Definition of 'decaffeinated'
Example sentences containing 'decaffeinated'
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Try some of the new decaffeinated coffees. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Switching to decaffeinated coffee is another way of limiting caffeine intake. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Researchers gave pairs of men and women caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee to drink and monitored the effects. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The Nespresso range offers 12 varieties including decaffeinated but you must order online. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Instead, try to drink decaffeinated products or fruit and herbal infusions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'decaffeinated'
British English: decaffeinated /dɪˈkæfɪˌneɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Decaffeinated coffee has had most of the caffeine removed from it.
- American English: decaffeinated
- Arabic: مَنْزُوعٌ مِنْ الكافييـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: descafeinado
- Chinese: 脱咖啡因的
- Croatian: bez kofeina
- Czech: bezkofeinový
- Danish: koffeinfri
- Dutch: cafeïnevrij
- European Spanish: descafeinado
- Finnish: kofeiiniton
- French: décaféiné
- German: koffeinfrei
- Greek: ντεκαφεϊνέ
- Italian: decaffeinato
- Japanese: カフェイン抜きの
- Korean: 카페인을 뺀
- Norwegian: uten koffein
- Polish: bezkofeinowy
- European Portuguese: descafeinado
- Romanian: decafeinizat
- Russian: без кофеина
- Spanish: descafeinado
- Swedish: koffeinfri
- Thai: ไม่มีคาเฟอีน
- Turkish: kafeinsiz
- Ukrainian: без кофеїну
- Vietnamese: được khử chất cafein
Definition of decaffeinated from the Collins English Dictionary
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