Definition of creme in English:

creme

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Pronunciation: /kriːm
 
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noun

A substance or product with a thick, creamy consistency: self-tanning creme
More example sentences
  • Pomade is a creme based substance that gives your hair a separated, textured look.
  • The first item was a package of chocolate cremes, made by Berger Cookies, a bakery founded in Baltimore in the 1830's.
  • Seriously folks, I like to eat fruit salad, creme and granola for breakfast in the summer.

Origin

from French crème, 'cream'.

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