Definition of 'coffee'
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Your boyfriend might also want to try drinking two or three cups of coffee a day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You try making and drinking a cup of coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They're fed up with going to shopping malls and coffee shops. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Young entrepreneurs mingle, picking up free tea and coffee from a circular bar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That makes 10 coffee shops and two banks in the town. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Finding none, they took long walks and lingered in coffee houses. Smithsonian Mag (2017)If single, you recognise the love potential of a familiar face in a coffee shop. The Sun (2016)I buy lots of little treats like coffees? The Sun (2016)Some of Britain's biggest coffee shop chains have signed up to a scheme to boost recycling of takeaway cups. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And some people do watch quietly while sharing a train table for four (my friend saw a man doing this while drinking a Costa coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2017)His shops serve coffee but they do not charge. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So what about diet foes like alcohol and coffee? The Sun (2014)He was the founder of a coffee chain. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She poured me a cup of scalding coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The government had introduced cash crops of tea and coffee to land previously used to produce food. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She worked weekends in a coffee shop to make ends meet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Prepare to drink buckets of coffee and be royally entertained. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He then accepted a cup of coffee and cigarettes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They also provided facilities such as hot food and coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When the pub shut she asked me back to her house for coffee. The Sun (2007)Some people also use coffee grounds as a barrier to deter both slugs and ants. The Sun (2011) Chain stores and coffee shops also serve food. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)And washing them down with a cup of coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People exist who have coffee in their tea. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It just might make a coffee drinker out of me yet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you drink tea or coffee with milk you will need to take this into consideration. The Sun (2012)And would go great with a cup of coffee and a cigarette. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There was a man offering hot coffee at a stall nearby. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He sorted out tickets for staff at his favourite coffee house. The Sun (2013)Coffee grounds can also be used as a barrier to slugs and ants. The Sun (2014)They came over from Australia six years ago and were surprised by the quality of coffee here. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Would you like coffee, or something else? Times, Sunday Times (2014)And Wi-Fi is now common in bars and coffee shops. The Sun (2011)A lot of people who like nice wine enjoy quality coffee too, so it made sense to pair them up. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'coffee'
British English: coffee /ˈkɒfɪ/ NOUN
Coffee is a drink made from the roasted beans of the coffee plant.
Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer.
- American English: coffee
- Arabic: قَهْوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: café
- Chinese: 咖啡
- Croatian: kava
- Czech: káva
- Danish: kaffe
- Dutch: koffie
- European Spanish: café bebida
- Finnish: kahvi
- French: café boisson
- German: Kaffee
- Greek: καφές
- Italian: caffè
- Japanese: コーヒー
- Korean: 커피
- Norwegian: kaffe
- Polish: kawa
- European Portuguese: café
- Romanian: cafea
- Russian: обжаренные кофейные зерна
- Spanish: café
- Swedish: kaffe
- Thai: กาแฟ
- Turkish: kahve
- Ukrainian: кава
- Vietnamese: cà phê
Definition of coffee from the Collins English Dictionary
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