Cheese : noun Le cheese is a food obtained by the coagulation du Milk, whether or not followed by fermentation.
Making a cheese out of something / making it (everything) a cheese: exaggerating the importance of a fact or giving a disproportionate importance to a case. (Make a big fuss of…).
Become a cheese: become a godsend, a chance.
Being in a hell of a cheese: in a hell of a mess.
A nice little cheese: a good little deal.
Being in the cheese: being in a privileged situation.
Cheese and dessert: you don't have to choose, you can enjoy the best.
Between pear and cheese: at the end of the meal, when the words become less serious.
The twelve cheeses: the members of the jury.
Cottage cheese: brain; brain.
Cheeses: the feet.
Eat cheese: bisquer, rage. Children say to each other by raking one of their fingers over the other
Making cheeses: said (slang of little girls in a particular game which consists in printing a rotational movement on their dress and in bending down quickly so as to form a “bell chard” on the ground).
Retire to a cheese: location, advantageous and not tiring (sinecure).
Go eat cheese: go to the funeral.
He will make us eat cheese: we will go to his funeral (allusion to the snack taken in the cafe when leaving the cemetery, snack consisting of bread and cheese washed down with glasses of wine).
Eat cheese: bisquer, rage. You bisque, you rage, you eat cheese (language of children).
Eat cheese: be in a bad mood.
Let go of your cheesy cat: let yourself be fucked by a man.
Man's sperm or woman's love juice; caseum produced by the lower parts, having the appearance of the caseum produced by the upper parts.