Definition of 'cheek'
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He required surgery on his cheek bone, eye socket and nose. The Sun (2016)Put it where freckles would naturally be, across the top of your nose and inner cheek. The Sun (2016)Of course, from a journalist that's a bit of a cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But here the seaside elements are tongue in cheek rather than contrived. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Other fashion houses will be crying into their skinny lattes after seeing these two cheek to cheek. The Sun (2014)Suffering pressure pains over your forehead or cheeks? The Sun (2011)He has a beard and his cheeks and chin have a perfect geometric regularity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One recognised symptom is a butterfly shaped skin rash over the cheeks and nose. The Sun (2009)Her cheeks and mouth look fuller so she could have had fillers. The Sun (2010)Which is why my homes are a bit tongue in cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet still it was hard to tear your eyes away from his boyish body and hollow cheeks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He had a cigarette in his mouth and the unmistakable bulge in one cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Also use it on eyes and cheeks. The Sun (2008)He has brown hair and flushed cheeks and a face at once mischievous and ethereal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My cheeks and forehead were the worst affected. The Sun (2010)Slice two cheeks off the lemon to serve with the fish and add a squeeze of lemon to the mayo. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My nose and cheeks were red. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There may be dry patches on the cheeks and chin, or on elbows and knees. Eczema Relief - the comprehensive self-help plan (1990)Apply it lightly to the apples of the cheeks, rather than in diagonal stripes under the cheekbone. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You just can't charge 60 for braised cheeks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'cheek'
British English: cheek /tʃiːk/ NOUN
Your cheeks are the sides of your face below your eyes.
- American English: cheek
- Arabic: خَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bochecha
- Chinese: 脸颊
- Croatian: obraz
- Czech: tvář líce
- Danish: kind
- Dutch: wang
- European Spanish: mejilla
- Finnish: poski
- French: joue
- German: Wange
- Greek: μάγουλο
- Italian: guancia
- Japanese: ほお
- Korean: 뺨
- Norwegian: kinn
- Polish: policzek
- European Portuguese: bochecha
- Romanian: obraz
- Russian: щека
- Spanish: mejilla
- Swedish: kind
- Thai: แก้ม
- Turkish: yanak
- Ukrainian: щока
- Vietnamese: má trên mặt
Definition of cheek from the Collins English Dictionary
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