cheeseburger

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EtymologyEdit

Blend of cheese +‎ hamburger (1928)

NounEdit

 
A cheeseburger.

cheeseburger (plural cheeseburgers)

  1. A hamburger containing cheese (usually one or more slices of processed cheese).
    • 2007, Loretta Ichord, Double Cheeseburgers, Quiche, and Vegetarian Burritos (page 48)
      Busy Americans (many women were working and not cooking as much) were dining on foods such as deep-fried chicken, thick slices of pizza, double cheeseburgers, and big slabs of steak.

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /t͡ʂizˈbur.ɡɛr/

NounEdit

cheeseburger m anim

  1. cheeseburger

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