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decaffeinated

adjective uk   /diːˈkæf.ɪ.neɪ.tɪd/ us    /dɪˈkæf.ɪ.neɪ.t̬ɪd/
C2 Decaffeinated coffee or tea from has had the caffeine (= a chemical substance) removed.
Translations of “decaffeinated”
in Spanish Descafeinado…
in Korean 카페인을 줄인…
in Arabic بِدون كافيين…
in Portuguese descafeinado…
in Catalan descafeïnat…
in Japanese カフェイン抜きの…
in Italian decaffeinato…
in Chinese (Traditional) (咖啡或茶)無咖啡因的…
in Russian без кофеина…
in Turkish kafeinsiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) (咖啡或茶)无咖啡因的…
in Polish bezkofeinowy…
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