Definition of 'cappuccino'
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Would sir prefer a cappuccino or a latte with his croissant this morning? Times, Sunday Times (2012)An extra coffee or a cappuccino is now duly noted. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She gives me a look so scathing that it melts the froth on my cappuccino. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Last year the old ticket office for the miniature railway was turned into a cappuccino bar. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Give me an extra hour sipping a skinny cappuccino at my desk over the school run any day. The Sun (2012)I now have a skinny wet cappuccino. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A man who sits on his own in a crowded cafe looking at the froth on his cappuccino looks lonely. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This can be a bowl of porridge made with semi-skimmed milk or a large skimmed milk cappuccino with a banana and an apple. The Sun (2010)Go Ahead cereal bar, skim milk cappuccino. The Sun (2008)Have a take-out skinny cappuccino grande, which is made with skimmed milk. The Sun (2008)Forget coffee mornings and cappuccino machines: afternoon tea is back in style, cucumber sandwiches and all. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Although you are drinking rather than eating, remember that a latte or cappuccino is made from milk, which is rich in protein. The Sun (2012)Breakfast: A skinny cappuccino or latte with a fruit salad and a small pot of fruit yogurt. The Sun (2014)
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