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Definition of full-cream in English:

adjective

British
(Of milk) unskimmed.
Example sentences
  • All families with children under two years old (for whom full-cream milk is recommended) could also be provided with full-cream milk vouchers worth £1 a week.
  • The health revolution continued: full-cream milk gave way to semi - skimmed, to the extent that in Adelaide you'd be hard-pressed to find anything else.
  • Fruit, cakes, biscuits, sandwiches filled with exotic spreads reminiscent of their supposed origins and breakfast cereals smothered in rich full-cream milk.

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