the soft round part of your face below each of your eyes:
Lucy stretched up to kiss his cheek.
Billy had rosy cheeks and blue eyes.
her tear-stained cheeks
Julie's cheeks flushed with pleasure at the compliment.
a red-cheeked, plump old fellow
2 [singular,uncountable] British English
disrespectful or rude behaviour, especially towards someone in a position of authority:
I've had enough of your cheek.
have the cheek to do something
He had the cheek to make personal remarks and expect no reaction.
She's got a cheek; she just goes on till she gets what she wants.
It's a bit of a cheek, asking me for money.
What a cheek! Of course I read the instructions!
very close to someone or something else:
an expensive French restaurant cheek by jowl with a cheap clothes shop
to deliberately avoid reacting in an angry or violent way when someone has hurt or upset you
if two people dance cheek to cheek, they dance very close to each other in a romantic way
6 [countable] informalHBH
one of the two soft fleshy parts of your bottom [= buttock]