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coffee shop

noun [C] uk   us  
A1 (UK also coffee bar) a small informal restaurant where drinks and small meals are served, sometimes in a larger shop or building: the hospital/theatre coffee shop A1 a shop where different types of coffee are sold, either to drink or as beans or powder
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