Definition of 'coffee shop'
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They're fed up with going to shopping malls and coffee shops. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That makes 10 coffee shops and two banks in the town. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If single, you recognise the love potential of a familiar face in a coffee shop. The Sun (2016)If you are looking for love, it looks right back when you walk into a coffee shop. The Sun (2016)It has been replaced by snacks on the go, such as takeaway bars from cafés and coffee shops. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He insists he would tell me this anyway, when we meet in a coffee shop in London. Times, Sunday Times (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)Try out a different local coffee shop each month. Christianity Today (2000)The coffee shop is also beautiful to behold. Sarah Brown's Vegetarian London (1988)Patience at the coffee shop union has snapped. Times, Sunday Times (2007)New love smiles in a coffee shop. The Sun (2014)He is now rushing to tick coffee shops off his list before they shut. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But what excites me most is that the coffee shop has plug sockets - no more dying gadgets for me. The Sun (2013)But you can still go into a coffee shop, get talking to people and discover they area writer, or an actor. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'coffee shop'
British English: coffee shop NOUN
A coffee shop is a kind of restaurant that sells coffee, tea, cakes, and sometimes sandwiches and light meals.
Definition of coffee shop from the Collins English Dictionary
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