There are 2 main definitions of Lancashire in English:

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Lancashire1

Line breaks: Lan¦ca|shire
Pronunciation: /ˈlaŋkəʃɪə
 
, -ʃə/

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There are 2 main definitions of Lancashire in English:

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Lancashire2

Line breaks: Lan¦ca|shire
Pronunciation: /ˈlaŋkəʃə
 
/

noun

[mass noun]
A mild white cheese with a crumbly texture.
Example sentences
  • Mr Procter said a cake with a cheddar base, a Lancashire cheese middle and Wensleydale and cranberry topping has proved the most popular so far.
  • The cottage cheese can be replaced with goat's cheese, ricotta, feta, Lancashire or Wensleydale.
  • Crumblies are best for toasting, especially Cheshire and Lancashire, as they melt into a mouth-watering, velvety mass under the grill.

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