Definition of Double Gloucester in English:

Double Gloucester

Line breaks: Double Glouces|ter
Pronunciation: /dʌblˈɡlɒstə(r)
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A kind of hard cheese originally made in Gloucestershire.
More example sentences
  • Double Gloucester uses full cream milk from both the evening and morning milkings, another possible reason for it being called Double.

Origin

so named because the curd is processed twice.

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