Emmenthaler


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Em·men·tal

or Em·men·thal  (ĕm′ən-täl′) also Em·men·tal·er or Em·men·thal·er (-täl′ər)
n.
A firm, pale yellow cheese with large holes and a sweet, nutty flavor.

[German Emmentaler, after Emmental, valley of west-central Switzerland where it was first produced.]
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Noun1.Emmenthaler - Swiss cheese with large holes
Swiss cheese - hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from Switzerland
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