||sharp reply, sarcasm, lip
||When I called Mom a crab, she said, "No more of your cheek!"
|cheek by jowl
||beside, alongside, side by side
||Jack and James fought cheek by jowl in World War I.
||rude, impolite, lippy, sassy
||Tara is too cheeky. She told her mom to stop flirting with men.
||goodbye, bye for now, so long, toodle-oo
||"Cheerio, dear. See you at lunchtime!"
||a British toast or greeting meaning good health to you or goodbye and good wishes, chimo, ciao
||I raise my glass to a great leader: Sir Winston Churchill. Cheers!
||goodbye, bye, cheerio
||I'll see you tomorrow. Cheery-bye!
||naked flesh, bare skin
||The dancer provided lots of cheesecake - lots of bare leg.
||upset, annoyed, ticked off
||They were cheesed off when I said you wouldn't pay them.
||poor quality, crappy, shabby
||The acting was pretty cheesy. The actors didn't know their lines.
||a player who waits at center ice for a pass
||Our coach told us about the cherrypicker on the other team.