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Meaning of “cheek” - Learner’s Dictionary

cheek

noun     /tʃiːk/
BODY [C]
B1 the soft part of your face below your eye: Tears ran down his cheeks. The head and face
BEHAVIOUR [U, no plural] mainly UK
rude behaviour that shows that you do not respect someone: [+ to do sth] She had the cheek to ask me to pay for her!Rude and cheekyRelating to sex and sexual desire
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