Definition of Oreo in English:

Oreo

noun

US
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  • 1A chocolate biscuit with a white cream filling.

    • ‘Yesterday I had a half a package of Oreos with chocolate creme filling.’
    • ‘‘Lets get a snack first,’ he said heading towards the kitchen, ‘Chocolate chip or Oreo?’’
    • ‘These quarter-sized versions of Oreos - crispy chocolate cookies with sugared-lard white filling - are both familiar and tasty.’
    • ‘For dessert we both had this concoction involving Oreo cookies and ice cream.’
    • ‘I was trying to drown my sorrows in Oreos and chocolate milk.’
    1. 1.1informal, derogatory A black American who is seen, especially by other black people, as wishing to be part of the white establishment.

Origin

Early 20th century: invented name.

Pronunciation:

Oreo

/ˈɔːrɪəʊ/