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crème

or creme

[ krem, kreem; French krem ]
/ krɛm, krim; French krɛm /
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noun, plural crèmes [kremz, kreemz; French krem]. /krɛmz, krimz; French krɛm/.
one of a class of liqueurs of a rather thick consistency.
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Origin of crème

From French, dating back to 1815–25; see origin at cream
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British Dictionary definitions for crème

crème
/ (krɛm, kriːm, kreɪm) /

noun
cream
any of various sweet liqueurscrème de moka
adjective
(of a liqueur) rich and sweet
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