Associations to the word «Cafe»
Pictures for the word «Cafe»
CAFÉ, noun. A coffee shop; an establishment selling coffee and sometimes other non-alcoholic beverages, simple meals or snacks, with a facility to consume them on the premises.
CAFÉ, noun. A French pub.
CAFE, noun. Alternative form of café
CAFE, noun. (South Africa) A convenience store, originally one that sold coffee and similar basic items.
CAFE, noun. (automotive) Initialism of Corporate Average Fuel Economy.
CAFÉ AU LAIT, noun. A mixture of coffee and hot milk.
CAFÉ AU LAIT, noun. Coffee and hot milk served in separate jugs as a breakfast drink
CAFÉ AU LAIT, noun. A light coffee colour
CAFE CURTAINS, noun. A style of curtain, where both the lower half of a window and the top are covered, but leaving a gap in the upper half.
CAFÉ DE PARIS SAUCE, noun. A complex butter-based sauce served with grilled beef.
CAFÉ LIÉGOIS, noun. A cold dessert made from lightly sweetened coffee, coffee flavour ice cream and chantilly cream
CAFÉ NOISETTE, noun. An espresso with a little bit of hot milk. It has a nutty taste. The hot milk is either poured in by the barista before serving, or served in a small pot so the drinker can pour it himself/herself.
CAFÉ SOCIETY, noun. Especially from the late-19th century through the mid-20th century in Europe and America, a culture characterized by continual socializing in bistros, coffee shops, and nightclubs, sometimes extravagantly frivolous and sometimes intensely intellectual in nature but always high-spirited.
CAFE SOCIETY, noun. Alternative form of café society
CAFE, noun. A small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold.
Words are always getting conventionalized to some secondary meaning. It is one of the works of poetry to take the truants in custody and bring them back to their right senses.