Definition of Dunlop in English:

Dunlop

Line breaks: Dun¦lop
Pronunciation: /ˈdʌnlɒp
 
, dʌnˈlɒp/
(also Dunlop cheese)

noun

[mass noun]
A full-cream hard cheese originally made in Dunlop, near Ayr in Scotland.
More example sentences
  • By the 1790s, when parish accounts were compiled, it had become established as ‘Dunlop cheese’, made in five parishes of Ayrshire and two of neighbouring Lanarkshire.
  • Kilmory is home to the Torrylinn Creamery, where Arran Dunlop cheese is made, as well as Auchaleffan Farm, which provides free-range meat and poultry.

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