crepe Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “crepe” in the English Dictionary

"crepe" in British English

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uk   us  

crepe noun (FOOD)

uk   us   /krep/ [C] mainly US (also crêpe) a ​thin, ​light pancake

crepe noun (CLOTH)

uk   us   /kreɪp/ [U] (UK also crêpe, crape) thincloth with a ​surface that has wrinkles (= ​small, ​thinfolds): a ​black crepe ​dress a crepe ​jacket

crepe noun (RUBBER)

uk   us   /kreɪp/ [U] (also crêpe) a ​strongtype of ​rubber with a ​roughsurface, used ​especially for making the ​bottom of ​shoes: crepe-soled ​shoes
(Definition of crepe from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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crepenoun [U]

 us   /kreɪp/
thincloth with ​unevenlines on ​itssurface: a ​darkblue crepe ​dress
(Definition of crepe from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “crepe”
in Chinese (Simplified) 食品, 薄煎饼…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食品, 薄烤餅…
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