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cheek
American English: /tʃik/
British English: /tʃiːk/

Translation of cheek in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    contestar
    responder
    Example sentences
    • When I like someone I find I do that terrible thing of giving them a bit of cheek and I am sorry to say that I cheeked the great man himself this very day.
    • They cheeked us back and we told them it wasn't a playground and shouted get out.
    • He was cheeking teachers for the first time since she had known him.

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