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Q & A: “cheesy” as a slang adjective

Question from Lucas:

What does “cheesy” mean as in “something is cheesy”?

 

Answer:

“Cheesy” as an adjective in this context means something is boring and unoriginal.

EXAMPLE

“That love song is cheesy,” means: “I don’t like that love song, it’s boring and unoriginal.”

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