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- ‘The local variety of sour cream, smetana is often sweeter than is common in the West, closer actually to heavy cream.’
- ‘They prepare a variety of rich and tasty soups, which are almost always served with a dollop of sour cream, or smetana.’
Russian, from smetatʹ sweep off.
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