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cream

noun uk   /kriːm/ us  
A2 [U] the thick, yellowish-white liquid that forms on the top of milk: strawberries and cream Do you like cream in your coffee? UK a cream cake (= cake with cream in it)A2 [U] the colour of creamB1 [C or U] a soft substance that you rub into your skin: face/hand cream moisturizing cream Put some sun cream on to protect your face. [C] a type of sweet that is soft inside: chocolate/peppermint creams [U] a thick liquid used for cleaning things: cream cleanercream of mushroom, tomato, etc. soup soup that has been made into a smooth thick liquid and usually has cream in it
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cream

adjective uk   /kriːm/ us  
A2 having a yellowish-white colour: a cream shirt
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cream

verb [T] uk   /kriːm/ us  
to make food into a smooth, thick liquid: Cream the butter and sugar together.
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Переводы “cream”
на корейский 크림, 크림색, (피부에 바르는) 크림…
на арабский قِشْدة, كريمي, كِريم…
на французский crème…
на турецкий kaymak, krem, krem rengi…
на итальянский panna, color crema, crema…
на китайский (традиционный) 忌廉, 鮮奶油, 奶油色,淡黃色,米黃色…
на русский сливки, крем, кремовый цвет…
на польский śmietana, krem, (kolor) kremowy…
на испанский nata, crema, la crema…
на португальский creme de leite, creme…
на немецкий der Rahm, die Sahne, die Creme…
на каталонский nata, crema…
на японский (食べ物の)クリーム, クリーム色, (化粧品の)クリーム…
на китайский (упрощенный) 奶油, 乳脂, 奶油色,淡黄色,米黄色…
(Definition of cream from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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