Definition of “curd” - English Dictionary

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“curd” in English

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curdnoun [ U ]

uk /kɜːd/ us /kɝːd/ also curds [ plural ]

Examples from literature

  • I owned some turkeys, and she presented me with the curds from the milk to feed them. 
  • It is usually studded with caraway seeds, the most natural spice for curds. 
  • The curd is salted after draining and sold in small parchment packages. 
  • They are stone-faced, white as a curd, there's something to take the eye! 
  • They were breaking up the masses of curd before putting them into the vats. 

(Definition of “curd” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“curd” in American English

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curdnoun [ U ]

us /kɜrd/

the solid substance that is left when the liquid is removed from milk

(Definition of “curd” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)