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Translation of "cream" - English-Spanish dictionary

cream

noun /kriːm/
the yellowish-white oily substance that forms on the top of milk, and from which butter and cheese are made nata single/double cream. any of many substances made of, or similar to, cream crema ice-cream face cream. the best part; the top people la crema, la flor y nata the cream of the medical profession. (also adjective) (of) a yellowish-white colour/color crema cream paint. creamy adjective ( comparative creamier, superlative creamiest) full of, or like, cream cremoso creamy milk. smooth and white de porcelana a creamy complexion. creaminess noun cremosidad, suavidad the creaminess of the soup. cream cheese noun a soft white smooth cheese made with cream Queso para Untar Chicken filled with cream cheese, bacon, and fresh chives. cream of tartar noun an ingredient in baking powder. crémor tártaro cream tea noun (British) an afternoon meal consisting of tea, scones, jam, and clotted cream. Té con Crema
(Definition of cream from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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