Definition of 'latte'
Example sentences containing 'latte'
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Snack: Skinny latte with a banana. The Sun (2016)Would sir prefer a cappuccino or a latte with his croissant this morning? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Bear this in mind the next time you queue for an overpriced cup of skinny latte. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Other fashion houses will be crying into their skinny lattes after seeing these two cheek to cheek. The Sun (2014)It means just one large latte coffee made with whole fat milk could put a woman over her recommended daily limit. The Sun (2016) Drink latte coffee made with 125ml of skimmed milk. The Sun (2006)We do gourmet sandwiches and skinny lattes, so maybe not. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Today we live in a skinny latte world and instant coffee won't do. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Skinny soy latte or builder's tea? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Builders' tea or skinny soya latte? Times, Sunday Times (2013)I buy him a skinny latte once a year on his birthday. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Tea or skinny soy latte? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fan of the skinny latte? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The single control lets you choose the strength of the shot, and a blast from the steam wand will froth milk for lattes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A regular skimmed milk latte is about 100 calories. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It began when I noticed that whole milk was being used in a skinny latte. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That'll be two skinny lattes, please. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Get back to your skinny lattes, ladies, and let us get on with enjoying life. Times, Sunday Times (2007)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)I think I had a strong latte! The Sun (2010)I let my hand hover over a male wrist as I reach for my skinny latte. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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