decaffeinated Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “decaffeinated” in the English Dictionary

"decaffeinated" in British English

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decaffeinatedadjective

uk   /diːˈkæf.ɪ.neɪ.tɪd/  us   /dɪˈkæf.ɪ.neɪ.t̬ɪd/
C2 Decaffeinated ​coffee or ​tea from has had the caffeine (= a ​chemicalsubstance)removed.
(Definition of decaffeinated from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"decaffeinated" in American English

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decaffeinatedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /diˈkæf·əˌnei·t̬ɪd/ (short form decaf,  /ˈdi·kæf/ )
having had caffeineremoved: decaffeinated ​coffee/​tea/​cola
(Definition of decaffeinated from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “decaffeinated”
in Korean 카페인을 줄인…
in Arabic بِدون كافيين…
in Malaysian dinyah kafeina…
in Russian без кофеина…
in Chinese (Traditional) (咖啡或茶)無咖啡因的…
in Italian decaffeinato…
in Turkish kafeinsiz…
in Polish bezkofeinowy…
in Spanish Descafeinado…
in Vietnamese được lọc hết cafein…
in Portuguese descafeinado…
in Thai ที่ไม่มีคาเฟอีน…
in Catalan descafeïnat…
in Japanese カフェイン抜きの…
in Chinese (Simplified) (咖啡或茶)无咖啡因的…
in Indonesian dekaf, tanpa kafein…
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