Cheek meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Cheek’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.
‘Cheek’ pronunciation= chek
Cheek meaning in English
1. Cheek (Formal Meaning)
▪ The soft skin on either side of the face below the eyes.
▪ The soft skin on each side of the face.
2. Cheek (Behavioural meaning)
▪ Behavior or talk that is rude
▪ Behave disrespectfully towards other
3. Cheek (informal meaning)
▪ Either of the buttocks
He gently slaps on her bottom cheeks.
The plural noun of the word ‘Cheek’ is ‘Cheeks’.
The past tense of the word ‘Cheek’ is ‘Cheeked’ and the gerund or present participle is ‘Cheeking’.
The word ‘Cheek’ acts as a ‘Noun and Verb‘.
▪ The chubby cheeks of children look too cute.
▪ The tears rolled on her cheeks as she heard that his father is no more.
▪ Her cheeks were wet with tears.
▪ She gave him a sharp slap across his cheek.
▪ She rubbed cream on his baby’s cheek.
▪ Her cheek is full of pimples due to hormone balance.
▪ When he smiled a dimple was visible just below his right cheek.
▪ The soft skin on the outer surface of the sides of the oral cavity is called the cheeks.
Cheek verb (informal)
Speak impertinently (arrogantly) to.
▪ He continues to cheek his betters, even after he has bested them.
(This means things are very close together, they are crowded together.)
▪ There were so many people in the concert; we were literally cheek by jowl.
The synonyms of the word ‘Cheek’ are as follows.
The antonyms of the word ‘Cheek’ are as follows.