from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A caffe latte.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A drink of coffee made from espresso and steamed milk, generally topped with foam.
- n. A similar drink, where the espresso is replaced with some other flavoring ingredient such as chai, maté or matcha (green tea).
- n. A pillar capped by a hemispherical stone capital with the flat side facing up, used as building supports by the ancient Chamorro people and now used as a sign of Chamorro identity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as cafe latte; a type of espresso coffee served with foamy steamed milk, and usually served in a tall glass or mug.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. strong espresso coffee with a topping of frothed steamed milk
Butt ! u can still has a punkin spice latte N-E-wayz Here ya go *presents latte*
DD is offering good old American lattes, never mind that the word latte comes from the Italian word for milk and in French it's not latte at all, but cafe au lait, and that the actual coffee itself probably comes from somewhere in South America or Africa.
A lot has changed since the financial wizard coined the term "latte factor" to show us how our money seeps away.
I am happy that my matcha green tea latte is aiding in the creative process, however obliquely.
A “no foam cappuccino may my soul rot in coffee hell” becomes a latte once someone can be taught that the difference — the sole difference — between a cappuccino and a latte is the ratio of espresso and milk to foam.
So I try not to use the fact that I don’t actually need the Java the Hut job as a reason to be rude to customers who complain that their coffee is not hot enough or who say “I asked for a cappuccino and you gave me a latte,” huff, when I know for certain the word latte was uttered to me.
I went back to my car, grabbed a blanket, purchased a mocha latte from the chocolate shop nearby and headed back to find a spot where I could rest my head and enjoy the music.
Corey pointed out to us that the Dunkin 'Donuts advertising for their 99 cent latte is a bit misleading.
Seriously, though, we looked up the nutritional info on Dunkin 'Donuts' website, and their small latte is indeed 10 oz.
It's about sacrifice, giving your all for your country and other people; it's about being willing to lay down your life for the guy who never worked a hard day in his life and complains that his latte is too cold, his cab to expensive or for the lawyer who went to Florida for Al Gore in 2000 with orders to see too it military absentee ballots weren't counted.
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