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cheese·cloth

 (chēz′klôth′, -klŏth′)
n.
A coarse, loosely woven cotton gauze, originally used for wrapping cheese.

cheesecloth

(ˈtʃiːzˌklɒθ)
n
(Textiles) a loosely woven cotton cloth formerly used only for wrapping cheese

cheese•cloth

(ˈtʃizˌklɔθ, -ˌklɒθ)

n.
a lightweight cotton gauze of loose, open plain weave.
[1650–60; first used to wrap cheese]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cheesecloth - a coarse loosely woven cotton gauze; originally used to wrap cheeses
netting, veiling, gauze - a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
Translations

cheesecloth

[ˈtʃiːzklɒθ] Nestopilla f

cheesecloth

[ˈtʃiːzˌklɒθ] ntela indiana, garza
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After hydration for 10 min using blender, the diluted material was then filtered through cheese cloth and then pH was determined by using a digital pH meter.
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She simmers the ingredients, then strains them through cheese cloth so it is clear.
This hanging canvas art from Mud Pie features vintage-inspired bird's nest prints on cheese cloth with burlap band and brass-stud details.
Such sources during cheese production might be: starter culture, brine, floor and packaging material, cheese vat, cheese cloth and curd cutting knife, cold room and also must be considered the dairy workers as well (KOUSTA et al., 2010).