Definition of 'cheeseburger'
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Example sentences containing 'cheeseburger'
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Expensive bespoke hunts have become as risky to the client as queuing for a double cheeseburger. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The chain argued this turned the hamburger into a cheeseburger and therefore she should have charged more. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can buy a double cheeseburger for 99 cents. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So popular that she once posted a video about wanting a cheeseburger and got 600,000 views in a week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I just wanted the cheeseburger. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So you pick up a double cheeseburger on the way home - complete with French fries and a milkshake. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990) Eat a cheeseburger now. Times, Sunday Times (2007)After paying taxes all my life, the closest I can get to having a horse is to buy a cheeseburger. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'cheeseburger'
British English: cheeseburger NOUN
A cheeseburger is a hamburger with a slice of cheese on top, served in a bread roll.
- American English: cheeseburger
- Brazilian Portuguese: cheesebúrguer
- Chinese: 奶酪汉堡
- European Spanish: hamburguesa con queso
- French: cheeseburger
- German: Cheeseburger
- Italian: cheeseburger
- Japanese: チーズバーガー
- Korean: 치즈버거
- European Portuguese: cheeseburguer
- Spanish: hamburguesa con queso
Definition of cheeseburger from the Collins English Dictionary
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