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E·dam

 (ē′dəm, ē′dăm′)
n.
A mild, yellow Dutch cheese, pressed into balls and usually covered with red wax.

[After Edam, a town in the western Netherlands.]
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Edam

(ˈiːdæm; Dutch ˈeːdam)
n
1. (Placename) a town in the NW Netherlands, in North Holland province, on the IJsselmeer: cheese, light manufacturing. Pop: 28 000 (2003 est; includes Volendam)
2. (Cookery) a hard round mild-tasting Dutch cheese, yellow in colour with a red outside covering
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E•dam

(ˈi dəm, ˈi dæm)

n.
a mild, hard, yellow cheese, produced in a round shape and coated with red wax.
[1830–40; after Edam, town in the Netherlands, where it originated]
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Noun1.Edam - mild yellow Dutch cheese made in balls encased in a red coveringEdam - mild yellow Dutch cheese made in balls encased in a red covering
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
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Translations

Edam

[ˈiːdæm] N (also Edam cheese) → queso m de Edam, queso m de bola
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Edam

nEdamer (Käse) m
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In his address to the ceremony the ministry organized on the graduation of its staff in the training sessions it made on the writing of reports and minutes, Edam said that the Ministry of International Cooperation has already started to implement several training programs during the past two years in order to raise the capabilities of its employees and the focal points in the relevant ministries.
Fuze, the cloud-based communications solution provider for the modern global enterprise, has contracted with Boon Edam, a global manufacturer of high-end revolving doors and access gates, which will deliver a business communications platform as part of its digital transformation program to overhaul the company's entire IT function, the company said.
Husky Energy, a Canada-based integrated energy companies, has started steam operations at the 4,500 barrels per day (bbls/day) Edam West Thermal in Saskatchewan.
Turkey has a long list of homework to do before it can improve its capabilities to confront cyber threats to its energy infrastructure, most importantly the planned Akkuyu and two other nuclear power plants, found the EDAM report.
Edam called the police statement a "fabrication" and called for justice.
EDAM notes that when the two options are aggregated, one could argue that an EU-linked solution remains the favoured outcome for 36 per cent of Turkish public opinion.
On April 20, State will hold a "birthday party" for its Edam, an event so momentous that even Mark Keenum, MSU's president, will be on hand for the festivities.
To commemorate the auspicious occasion, Chief guests Moula Al Bakhsh, chairman Al Hail CT, Hemal Mehta, captain of Oman Cricket Team, Vinu Mathew, manager of Assarain Cricket Team and KM Abdul Gafoor, founder and general secretary of Edam Muscat, Neil, manager of FCC, members of FCC, other distinguished guests.
It was a case of the Edam busters as top cheese-makers from both countries celebrated the launch of Flybe's flights to Schiphol Airport.