Definition of 'coffeepot'
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Example sentences containing 'coffeepot'
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He heard the coffeepot begin to burble and got up to take it off the stove. SLEEP WHILE I SING (1990)He went over to the stove and turned on the burner under a half full coffeepot. SLEEP WHILE I SING (1990)He went into the kitchen and busied himself with the automatic drip coffeepot. SLEEP WHILE I SING (1990)
Now, coffeepot in hand, Laurie waited on people in the saddest sense of the word. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN (1990)
Trends of 'coffeepot'
Used Rarely. coffeepot is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'coffeepot'
British English: coffeepot /ˈkɒfɪˌpɒt/ NOUN
A coffeepot is a tall narrow pot with a spout and a lid, in which coffee is made or served.
- American English: coffeepot
- Arabic: إِبْرِيق القَهْوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bule de café
- Chinese: 咖啡壶
- Croatian: posuda za kavu
- Czech: konvice na kávu
- Danish: kaffekande
- Dutch: koffiepot
- European Spanish: cafetera
- Finnish: kahvipannu
- French: cafetière
- German: Kaffeekanne
- Greek: καφετιέρα
- Italian: caffettiera
- Japanese: コーヒーポット
- Korean: 커피포트
- Norwegian: kaffekanne
- Polish: dzbanek do kawy
- European Portuguese: cafeteira
- Romanian: cafetieră
- Russian: кофейник
- Spanish: cafetera
- Swedish: kaffekanna
- Thai: หม้อกาแฟ
- Turkish: cezve
- Ukrainian: кавник
- Vietnamese: bình cà phê
Definition of coffeepot from the Collins English Dictionary
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