- n. dialectal, US, New York, Eastern Massachusetts Coffee with cream and sugar (in contrast to the expected meaning of "black coffee" in other regions of the USA).
- n. dialectal Black coffee
- n. Coffee with caffeine (as opposed to decaffeinated).
- n. dialectal, US American coffee, as opposed to espresso, or a derived coffee drink (cappuccino, latte, iced coffee, etc.)
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