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  1. cream

    • IPA[kriːm]

    英式

    • n.
      the thick white or pale yellow fatty liquid which rises to the top when milk is left to stand and which can be eaten as an accompaniment to desserts or used as a cooking ingredient;the part of a liquid that gathers at the top
    • v.
      work (two or more ingredients, typically butter and sugar) together to form a creamy paste;add cream to (coffee)
    • verb: cream, 3rd person present: creams, gerund or present participle: creaming, past tense: creamed, past participle: creamed

    • noun: cream, plural noun: creams

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    • 1. work (two or more ingredients, typically butter and sugar) together to form a creamy paste you cream the butter first and then add the egg yolks
    • add cream to (coffee) she poured Jack a coffee and creamed and sugared it
    • 2. rub a cosmetic cream into (the skin) Madge was creaming her face in front of the mirror
    • 3. North American informal defeat (someone) heavily in a sporting contest on paper, England should have creamed Scotland
    • collide heavily with (someone), especially in a car she got creamed by a speeding car
    • 4. vulgar slang (of a person) be sexually aroused to the point of producing sexual secretions.
    • moisten (one's underpants) due to sexual arousal.