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coffee

noun /ˈkofi/
(a drink made from) the ground beans of a shrub grown in eg Brazil a cup of coffee. coffee pot noun a container from which to serve coffee
cafetera
a stainless steel coffee pot.
coffee shop noun a café serving coffee etc The coffee shop serves a delicious range of freshly prepared food and refreshments. coffee table noun a small low table in a living room, on which you put newspapers, magazines, cups etc
Mesita para Cafe
a glass coffee table.
Translations of “coffee”
in Arabic قَهْوة, بُنّ…
in Korean 커피, 커피콩, 커피가루…
in Malaysian kopi…
in French café…
in Turkish kahve, kahve taneleri…
in Italian caffè…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咖啡粉, 咖啡…
in Russian кофе…
in Polish kawa…
in Vietnamese cà phê…
in Portuguese café…
in Thai กาแฟ…
in German der Kaffee…
in Catalan cafè…
in Japanese コーヒー, コーヒー(豆)…
in Indonesian kopi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咖啡粉, 咖啡…
(Definition of coffee from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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