Topic: FOOD

Date: 1700-1800
Language: Dutch
Origin: koekje, from koek 'cake'


cook‧ie [countable]
1 especially American EnglishDF a small flat sweet cake [= biscuit British English]
a glass of milk and a cookie
a chocolate chip cookie

tough/smart cookie

informal someone who is clever and successful, and knows how to get what they want

that's the way the cookie crumbles

informal said when something bad has happened and you must accept things the way they are, even though you do not want to
4TD technical information that a website leaves in your computer so that the website will recognize you when you use it again
5 American English old-fashioned an attractive young woman

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