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cheese1 British & World English

A food made from the pressed curds of milk, firm and elastic or soft and semi-liquid in texture

cheese2 British & World English

An important person

cheese3 British & World English

Exasperate, frustrate, or bore (someone)

blue cheese British & World English

Cheese containing veins of blue mould, such as Stilton and Danish Blue

hard cheese in cheese1 British & World English

Used to express sympathy over a petty matter

say cheese in cheese1 British & World English

Said by a photographer to encourage the subject to smile

cheese it! in cheese3 British & World English

Used to urge someone to stop doing something

hard cheese British & World English

Used to express sympathy over a petty matter

say cheese British & World English

Said by a photographer to encourage the subject to smile

cheese it! British & World English

Used to urge someone to stop doing something

cheese fly British & World English

A small shiny black fly whose larvae infest cheese

cheese head British & World English

A type of screw head with vertical sides and a slightly domed top

cheese mite British & World English

A mite that infests cheese

curd cheese British & World English

A mild, soft, smooth cheese made from skimmed milk curd

pot cheese British & World English

A coarse type of cottage cheese

Jack cheese British & World English

North American term for Monterey Jack.

cheese-cutter British & World English

An implement for cutting cheese, especially by means of a wire which can be pulled through the cheese

cheese-paring British & World English

Extremely careful or mean with money

cheese straw British & World English

A thin strip of pastry, flavoured with cheese and eaten as a snack

cream cheese British & World English

Soft, rich cheese made from unskimmed milk and cream

damson cheese British & World English

A solid preserve made from damsons and sugar

farmer cheese British & World English

An unripened cheese that is mild in flavor, firmer than cottage cheese and somewhat crumbly in texture

green cheese British & World English

Unmatured cheese

Swiss cheese British & World English

Cheese from Switzerland, typically containing large holes

American cheese British & World English

A type of mild-flavored semisoft processed cheese

cheese-skipper British & World English

another term for cheese fly.

cottage cheese British & World English

Soft, lumpy white cheese made from the curds of skimmed milk

macaroni cheese British & World English

A savoury dish of macaroni in a cheese sauce

cauliflower cheese British & World English

A savoury dish of cauliflower in a cheese sauce

Swiss cheese plant British & World English

A large monstera with perforated leaves (supposedly resembling the holes in a Swiss cheese), popularly grown as a houseplant while young, and with creamy arum-like spathes followed by pineapple-flavoured fruit when mature

as different as chalk and cheese in chalk British & World English

Fundamentally different or incompatible

as different as chalk and cheese British & World English

Fundamentally different or incompatible

feta British & World English

A white salty Greek cheese made from the milk of ewes or goats

feta cheese in feta British & World English

A white salty Greek cheese made from the milk of ewes or goats

lemon curd British & World English

A thick conserve made from lemons, butter, eggs, and sugar

lemon cheese in lemon curd British & World English

A thick conserve made from lemons, butter, eggs, and sugar

Monterey Jack British & World English

A kind of cheese resembling Cheddar

Jack cheese in Monterey Jack British & World English

A kind of cheese resembling Cheddar

cheeseball British & World English

Lacking taste, style, or originality

cheesemaker British & World English

A person who makes cheese

cheesesteak British & World English

A long bread roll with a filling of thinly sliced sautéed beef, melted cheese, and sautéed onions

Dunlop British & World English

A full-cream hard cheese originally made in Dunlop, near Ayr in Scotland

Dunlop cheese in Dunlop British & World English

A full-cream hard cheese originally made in Dunlop, near Ayr in Scotland

farmer's cheese in farmer cheese British & World English

An unripened cheese that is mild in flavor, firmer than cottage cheese and somewhat crumbly in texture

Monterey cheese in Monterey Jack British & World English

A kind of cheese resembling Cheddar

cheese-cutter cap in cheese-cutter British & World English

A cap with a broad, squared peak

sage Derby British & World English

A firm cheese made with an infusion of sage which flavours it and gives it a mottled green colour

sage Derby cheese in sage Derby British & World English

A firm cheese made with an infusion of sage which flavours it and gives it a mottled green colour


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