1. To run away.
2. To flee.
3. To scramble as if you just robbed a bank.
by Slurm Addict April 4, 2003
adverb:
1) to run away from a member of law enforcement or authority.

Derived from the jive talk word from the 50's era. First said in the movie West Side Story.
by Rachel Horowitz September 15, 2006
In the game Super Mario Maker (on Wii U), it means to beat a level or get past something difficult in an easier but unintended way.
Basically, an unintended shortcut.
I totally just cheesed that entire part with the saws and spikes! I wish I had known I could cheese it earlier.
by powderedtoast May 22, 2019
is a simple cautionary expression that can be quickly & easily uttered under one's breath without pursing of the lips (in other words- it is possible to exclaim through the teeth with little movement of the jaw and mouth).. thus, an innocent smile may be seen maintained and unbroken on the face of a lookout as he or she directs accomplices to halt their actions- 'cheese it' is simply a warning to desist that can be spoken by a guard without giving himself away as an accomplice or drawing attention to the forbidden act at hand.
CHEESE IT! or cheese it! would not necessarily be used in a sentence unless in literature or in film and, then, only to better convey to the audience the reason for it's use. For instance- to say CHEESE IT! will suffice in common usage- adding "THE COPS!" is completely unnecessary.
by Red Iron Tool January 18, 2017
a rare STD. commonly goes along with the SRD Gatorade
Dammit, Why didn't you tell me you had cheese its then i would have used a condom
by Desiree June 22, 2004