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A semisoft cheese made of cow's milk and having a greenish-blue mold and strong flavor. Also called bleu cheese.
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(Cookery) cheese containing a blue mould, esp Stilton, Roquefort, or Danish blue. Also called (Austral and NZ): blue vein
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any of various usu. rich, strong-flavored cheeses streaked with blue or greenish veins of mold.
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|Noun||1.||blue cheese - cheese containing a blue mold |
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
Stilton - English blue cheese
Roquefort - French blue cheese
gorgonzola - Italian blue cheese
Danish blue - blue cheese of Denmark
Bavarian blue - blue cheese of Bavaria
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blue cheesen → gorgonzola
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