Definition of cheeseburger
: a hamburger topped with a slice of cheese
Recent Examples of cheeseburger from the Web
But mum’s the word from corporate heads at Costco who won’t even confirm that this cheeseburger exists?!
If ribs aren't your thing, there are plenty of alternatives: from cheeseburgers and corn dogs to veggie wraps and turkey legs, along with the usual fair fare like elephant ears and lemon shake-ups.
A bacon cheeseburger and chili-cheese fries never tasted so good — I just don’t want to stop eating.
Well, in that context, the Royals ate a metaphorical cheeseburger in what turned out to be a 8-3 loss to the Red Sox on Tuesday.
Now, pimento cheeseburgers are popping up everywhere.
When the quarters get cramped and the T-bone steak has to be skipped for a cheeseburger, all Singer has to do is swing by Dunphy's Facebook page for some inspiration.
The cheeseburger doesn’t always tie in with Vietnamese cuisine.
On June 5, stop by for the Dr. Cudmore burger ($5), a double cheeseburger built on Texas toast with tomato, lettuce and ketchup.
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Origin and Etymology of cheeseburger
cheese + hamburger
First Known Use: 1928See Words from the same year
CHEESEBURGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheeseburger for English Language Learners
: a hamburger with a piece of cheese on top of the meat
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