cheeseburger

[cheez-bur-ger]
noun
a hamburger cooked with a slice of cheese on top of it.

Origin:
1935–40, Americanism; cheese1 + -burger

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cheeseburger (ˈtʃiːzˌbɜːɡə)
 
n
a hamburger cooked with a slice of cheese on top of it

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cheeseburger
1938, Amer.Eng., from cheese + ending abstracted from hamburger.
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Example sentences
One such twist comes in cheeseburger spring rolls, a dish that sounds so
  misconceived you feel you have to try it.
But the technique will never generate a cheeseburger.
Some people would no sooner toast the season with eggnog than order a double
  cheeseburger, rare, with fries.
Traditional fare such as cheeseburger and fries are also on the menu.
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