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- n. café.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cafe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch form of chaff.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. informal British term for a cafe
Combine the two and cook for a bit, and you get what they call a caffèlatte.
But the greatest thing about the caff were the prices.
The caff was a mere babel of voices, and even the Rats 'Cooler was almost floated away from its moorings.
You'll also pay less than you would in Manhattan for treats such as caff latte and lemon poundcake.
CGI is like a quad, venti, half-caff, one pump sugar-free vanilla, two pumps sugar-free hazelnut, extra-hot, ristretto latte, with half soy, half lowfat organic milk, with two paper cups from Starbucks.
David HartThe Vows Moment Wobbles the SonnetI've walked the valley path in sticky rainto see the person I met in a caff by luck lost to the world out on a cloddy trackfull of ache, done-for-almost, in foul pain –Enough, I love you.
You reach it from Camden Road up a slanting lane opposite the excellent Coffee@Camden caff, the verge afoam with cow parsley in late spring.
And in a thousand years, even if they aren't walking around with cell phones, yoga pants, half-caff lattes, hair plugs, democracy, or SUVs, people will probably be distinctly human.
You too could order a venti half-caff skim lager merlot.
And you get into the caff before anyone else - trebles all round!