sour cream

sour cream
noun Date: 1776 a soured cream product produced by the action of lactobacilli

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  • sour cream — noun uncount thick cream with a sour flavor …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sour cream — also .soured cream BrE n [U] cream which has been made thicker by adding a type of ↑bacteria …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sour cream — sour′ cream n. coo cream soured by the lactic acid produced by a ferment • Etymology: 1815–25, amer …   From formal English to slang

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  • sour cream — n. cream soured and thickened naturally or by adding a lactobacillus culture, for use in cooking, dressings, dips, etc …   English World dictionary

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  • sour cream — also soured cream N UNCOUNT Sour cream is cream that has been artificially made sour by being mixed with bacteria. It is used in cooking …   English dictionary

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