There are 3 translations of cream in Spanish:

cream1

Pronunciation: /kriːm/

n

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable [Cookery/Cocina] crema (f) (de leche), nata (f) (Spain/España) light o (British English/inglés británico) single cream crema líquida, nata líquida (Spain/España) heavy o (British English/inglés británico) double cream crema doble, doble crema (Mexico/México) , nata para montar (Spain/España) whipped cream crema batida, nata montada (Spain/España) cream of mushroom soup crema (feminine) de champiñones (before noun/delante del nombre) cream slice milhojas (masculine) de crema or (Spain/España) de nata cream tea (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) )té servido con scones, mermelada y crema batidascone cream sherrytipo de jerez dulce
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    • The teahouse also offers light meals such as sausage rice with cream sauce and curry beef rice.
    • Inside a long, high room, on mustard and black linens, sits a bowl of gently curried cream of carrot soup.
    • It is the perfect raw material for that gourmet's dish, cream of parsley soup.
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    • I have no idea why I was suddenly badgered by the smell of those biscuits in particular, rather than, say, Garibaldi (squashed-fly biscuits) or custard creams.
    • It became an alternative to rosewater, particularly in rich seed cakes, almond cakes and biscuits, and dessert creams.
    • As well as a plentiful supply of bourbons and custard creams, one of the first things the nurse will do is check the level of iron in your blood beforehand to ensure you won't feel faint afterwards.
  • 2 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (lotion) crema (feminine) face/night cream crema para la cara/de noche shoe cream betún (m), pomada (f) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) or (Mexico/México) grasa (feminine) or (Chile) pasta (feminine) de zapatos
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    • Dry skin lotions, creams, or thicker preparations may be used to lubricate the skin, prevent fissures, and keep the skin pliable.
    • He pulled out his razor and coated his face with shaving cream, preparing to shave, which he really needed to do.
    • The medicated cream could make the skin dry and cause itching.
  • 3 uncountable/no numerable (elite) the cream la flor y nata, la crema the cream of society la flor y nata or la crema de la sociedad
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    • The cream of Britain's funniest writers came out in force for the presentation of the first Saga Award for Wit at this year's Folkestone Literary Festival.
    • The cream of Europe's railway operators are being encouraged to make bold bids to put Scotland's network on the right track for the 21st century.
    • The cream of the local players were joined by bassist George Mitchell and reedman Donny McCaslin, who trekked in from New York.
  • 4 uncountable/no numerable (color) color (masculine) crema

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There are 3 translations of cream in Spanish:

cream2

adj

  • color crema (invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable)

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There are 3 translations of cream in Spanish:

cream3

vt

  • 1 [Cookery/Cocina] 1.1 [butter/sugar/eggs] batir
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    • In another bowl she creamed the butter and sugar using the electric whisk Jack gave her, then added the eggs.
    • You need to have an electric mixer to use the method described, although it is also successful using the traditional method that begins with creaming the butter and sugar.
    • In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a paddle, cream the butter and sugar until fluffy.
    1.2 [vegetables/chicken] mezclar con crema o bechamel creamed rice arroz (masculine) con leche creamed potatoes puré (masculine) de papas or (Spain/España) patatas 1.3 (skim) [milk] descremar, desnatar
  • 2 (defeat, smash) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [slang/argot], hacer* polvo or papilla [colloquial/familiar]
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    • The vegetables include creamed cauliflower, mashed potato, roast potato, carrots, peas, Brussels sprouts and cabbage.
    • Were they cooked, creamed, fried, pickled, or raw?
    • I had plans to make a green bean dish, creamed onions, and a salad later, while the turkey was in the oven.
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    • He wasn't about to let Saki humiliate him by first ruining his computer and then creaming him.
    • How can he cream him when he drops out of the race?
    • Kim and I were creaming him on the fact that Indian girls have better clothes than the guys, hands down, when his dad suddenly sprung the infamous line.
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    • Paul opens his mouth like he's going to say something, and I cream him with a pillow first.
    • The big lefty slugger creamed a low-and-away fastball into the rightfield upper deck for a two-run homer.
  • 3 [vulgar] [pants] mojarse to cream oneself (ejaculate) venirse* or (Spain/España) correrse or (South America/América del Sur) acabar [slang/argot]

Phrasal verbs

cream off

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento (British English/inglés británico)
[colloquial/familiar] [profits] llevarse, quedarse con they cream off the best young musicians se llevan a la flor y nata del talento musical joven

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