Cream definition

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To have an orgasm.
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(vulgar slang) To have an orgasm in (one's pants, for example).
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The best or finest part.
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The yellowish fatty component of unhomogenized milk that tends to accumulate at the surface.
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To beat into a creamy consistency.
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To add cream to.
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To have an orgasm.
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Cream is defined as the oily, yellowish part of milk, or something made from this substance.

An example of cream is a dollop of whipped white topping on an ice cream sundae; whipped cream.

An example of cream is a moisturizer in a jar.

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The definition of cream is containing, made of or resembling the color of the oily, yellowish part of milk.

An example of cream used as an adjective is in the phrase "cream soup," which means a soup made, in part, from the oily, yellowish part of milk.

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Cream means to form into a foamy consistency, or to add the oily part of milk to a recipe, or is slang for defeating or beating with great force.

An example of cream is to whip liquid into whipped topping.

An example of cream is to add this substance to a sauce.

An example of cream is to win a baseball game with the score of 10-0.

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A pale yellow to yellowish white.
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The choicest part.

The cream of the crop.

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Any of various substances resembling or containing cream.

Hand cream.

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To form cream.
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To form foam or froth at the top.
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To be excited or delighted about something.
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To remove the cream from; skim.
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To prepare or cook in or with a cream sauce.
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(vulgar slang) To have an orgasm in (one's pants, for example).
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To take or remove (the best part).

Creamed off the highest-paying jobs for her cronies.

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To take the best part from.

Creamed the whole department to form his management team.

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To defeat overwhelmingly.

Creamed our rival on their home court.

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To damage severely; destroy.

My camera got creamed when I dropped it.

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A pale yellow to yellowish white.
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The choicest part.

The cream of the crop.

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The yellowish fatty component of unhomogenized milk that tends to accumulate at the surface.
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Any of various substances resembling or containing cream.

Hand cream.

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To form cream.
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To form foam or froth at the top.
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To be excited or delighted about something.
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To remove the cream from; skim.
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To beat into a creamy consistency.
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To prepare or cook in or with a cream sauce.
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To add cream to.
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To take or remove (the best part).

Creamed off the highest-paying jobs for her cronies.

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To take the best part from.

Creamed the whole department to form his management team.

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To defeat overwhelmingly.

Creamed our rival on their home court.

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To damage severely; destroy.

My camera got creamed when I dropped it.

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The oily, yellowish part of milk, which rises to the top and which may be separated: commercial cream contains 18% or more butterfat.
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Any of various foods or confections made of cream or having a creamy consistency.

Ice cream.

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A cosmetic or emulsion with a creamy consistency.
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The color of cream; yellowish white.
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Containing cream; made of cream.
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Having the consistency of cream; creamy.
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Cream-colored.
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To form into cream or a foamy substance.
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To form cream or a creamy foam on top.
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To remove the cream from.
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To add cream to.
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To cook with cream or a cream sauce.
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To beat into a creamy consistency; make into a creamy mixture.
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To let (milk) form cream.
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To separate as cream.
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To remove, use, etc. the best part of.
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To remove, use, etc. (the best or most desirable items)
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To beat, thrash, or defeat soundly.
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To hurt, damage, etc., as by striking with great force.
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The butterfat/milkfat part of milk which rises to the top; this part when separated from the remainder.
  • (standard of identity, US) The liquid separated from milk, possibly with certain other milk products added, and with at least eighteen percent of it milkfat.
  • (standard of identity, UK) The liquid separated from milk containing at least 18 percent milkfat (48% for double cream).

Take 100 ml of cream and 50 grams of sugar …

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A yellowish white colour; the colour of cream.

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(informal) Frosting, custard, creamer, or another substance similar to the oily part of milk or to whipped cream.
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(figuratively) The best part of something.

The cream of the crop.

The cream of a collection of books or pictures.

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(medicine) A viscous aqueous oil/fat emulsion with a medicament added, used to apply that medicament to the skin. (compare with ointment)

You look really sunburnt; you should apply some cream.

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(vulgar, slang) Semen.
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Cream-coloured; having a yellowish white colour.
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To puree, to blend with a liquifying process.

Cream the vegetables with the olive oil, flour, salt and water mixture.

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To turn a yellowish white colour; to give something the color of cream.
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(slang) To obliterate, to defeat decisively.

We creamed the opposing team!

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(intransitive, vulgar, slang) To ejaculate (used of either gender).
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(vulgar, slang) To ejaculate in (clothing).
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(cooking) To rub, stir, or beat (butter) into a light creamy consistency.
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To skim, or take off by skimming, as cream.
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(figuratively) To take off the best or choicest part of.
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To furnish with, or as if with, cream.
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(vulgar slang) cream (one's) jeans
  • To be excited or delighted about something.
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(vulgar slang) cream (one's) jeans
  • To be excited or delighted about something.
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cream of
  • creamed purée of
    cream of tomato soup.
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cream of the crop
  • the best of a group
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
cream
Plural:
creams

Origin of cream

  • Middle English creme from Old French craime, cresme partly from Late Latin crāmum (of Gaulish origin) (akin to Welsh crawen, cramen crust) (and Middle Irish screm film) and partly from Vulgar Latin crisma an anointing (from Latin chrīsma) (from Greek khrīsma unguent) (from khrīein to anoint ghrēi- in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English creme from Old French craime, cresme partly from Late Latin crāmum (of Gaulish origin) (akin to Welsh crawen, cramen crust) (and Middle Irish screm film) and partly from Vulgar Latin crisma an anointing (from Latin chrīsma) (from Greek khrīsma unguent) (from khrīein to anoint ghrēi- in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English creime, creme, from Anglo-Norman creme, cresme (compare French crème), blend of Late Latin chrisma 'ointment' (from Ancient Greek χρῖσμα (chrisma) 'unguent'), and Late Latin crāmum 'skim', from Gaulish *crama (compare Welsh cramen 'scab, skin', Breton crammen), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)krama- (compare Middle Irish screm 'surface, skin', Dutch schram 'abrasion', Lithuanian kramas 'scurf'). Replaced Old English ream. Figurative sense of "most excellent element or part" appears from 1581. Verb meaning "to beat, thrash, wreck" is 1929, U.S. colloquial. The U.S. standard of identity is from 21 CFR 131.3(a).

    From Wiktionary