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A trademark for a soft cheese made from sheep's milk and ripened in caves near Roquefort, France.


(Cookery) a blue-veined cheese with a strong flavour, made from ewes' milk: matured in caves
[C19: named after Roquefort, village in S France]


(ˈroʊk fərt)
Trademark. a strong-flavored cheese veined with blue mold, made from sheep's milk.
[1830–40; after Roquefort, village in S France (Aveyron), where the cheese is made]
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Noun1.Roquefort - French blue cheese
bleu, blue cheese - cheese containing a blue mold
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Roquefort cheese is made from the milk of which animal?
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Roquefort is thought to be the reason why the French enjoy good health despite a diet high in saturated fats.
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The suspension of these duties, which concerned first and foremost France, Germany, Denmark and Italy, will enable these and other member states to sell chocolate, pork, Roquefort cheese, mustard, onions and truffles and other products to the US and Canada at competitive prices.