Coffee Houses


A. = Adjective   ADV. = Adverb   IDM. = Idiom   N. = Noun   V. = Verb
to appeal to V. to attract or interest (a certain group of people)
to blend V. to combine, mix together
a blend

N. a combination, a mixture
"Blend" is often used to refer to a special mixture of coffee beans.
to chat V. to talk in a friendly, informal way; to discuss things for fun
a chat N. an informal discussion
decaf A. without caffeine, with reduced caffeine
This is the short form of "decaffeinated."
a fad N. a fashion, a trend, a short-term interest
to hang out V. to spend time at a place (just relaxing or being with friends)
a hangout N. a place where you spend much of your time
overpriced A. costing too much money
to pop up V. to suddenly appear
to sip V. to slowly drink
trendy A. 1) very fashionable, too fashionable 2) interested in extremely fashionable things
This word is sometimes used in a negative way to express that something has become ridiculously fashionable.


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