cream noun translate to Mandarin Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "cream" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

cream

noun
 
 
/kriːm/
[U] the thick yellowish-white liquid that forms on the top of milk
奶油;乳脂
strawberries and cream
加奶油的草莓
Do you like cream in your coffee?
你的咖啡要加奶油吗?
UK a cream cake (= cake with cream in it)
奶油蛋糕
Dairy products and eggs
[U] the colour of cream
奶油色,淡黄色,米黄色
Black, white and grey
[C or U] a soft substance that you rub into your skin
护肤霜
face/hand cream
面霜/护手霜
moisturizing cream
润肤霜
Put some sun cream on to protect your face.
抹点防晒霜保护脸部。
Toiletry and perfumes
[C] a type of sweet which is soft inside
奶油夹心糖
chocolate/peppermint creams
巧克力/薄荷奶油夹心糖
Sweets
[U] a thick liquid used for cleaning things
清洁乳液
cream cleaner
乳液清洁剂
Cleaning agents
cream of mushroom/tomato, etc. soup soup that has been made into a smooth thick liquid and usually has cream in it
奶油蘑菇/西红柿等汤
Soups
(Definition of cream noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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