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cheese 1 (chēz)n.1. a. A solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk, often seasoned and aged.b. A molded mass of this substance.2. Something resembling this substance in shape or consistency.[Middle English chese, from Old English cȳse, from Germanic *kasjus, from Latin cāseus.]cheese 2 (chēz)tr.v. cheesed, chees·ing, chees·es Slang To stop.Phrasal Verb: cheese off Chiefly British Slang To anger or irritate: The footballers were cheesed off by the referee's decision that cost them the game.Idiom: cheese it Slang 1. To look out. Often used in the imperative.2. To get away fast; get going. Often used in the imperative.[Origin unknown.]cheese 3 (chēz)n. Slang An important person.[Perhaps from Urdu chīz, thing, from Persian, from Old Persian *ciš-ciy, something; see kwo- in Indo-European roots.]