Definitions

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  • noun A coffee shop; an establishment selling coffee and sometimes other drinks or snacks, with a facility to consume them on the premises.
  • noun South Africa (pronounced /kæˈfiː/) A convenience store, originally selling coffee and similar basic items.

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  • noun a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold

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Examples

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • A few years ago, the Toronto Star went around interviewing writers they found slogging it out in cafe windows.

    Nothing like a happy ending

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

  • Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.

    high speed internet

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  • That solution was so cafe. (Lately we have been hearing "cafe" used as an adjective, which seems to mean "mudane' or "ordinary", but we can't verify this definition to see if it is correct. Any thoughts?)

    April 3, 2009