Crossword clues for latte
- CaffГЁ ___
- Mocha alternative
- Caffe ___
- Drink from a machine
- Double order, perhaps
- Drink that may be vanilla-flavored
- Milch : German :: ___ : Italian
- Stimulating order
- Barista's offering
- Milky drink
- Beverage that may be foamy
- Order to a barista
- Foamy coffee order
- Coffee shop order
- Foamy mugful
- ___ machine (restaurant fixture)
- It might be served with a cinnamon stick
- It might be a triple
- ___ macchiato
- Drink that may feature "foam art"
- Iced ___
- Steaming beverage
- Source of morning stimulation, maybe
- Foamy drink
- Milk, in Milano
- Espresso order
- Java concoction
- Starbucks serving
- Cappuccino cousin
- Coffee-and-milk order
- Popular 90's beverage
- Coffee order
- Starbucks offering
- Starbucks order
- Caffeinated concoction
- Morning waker-upper
- Morning eye-opener
- Drink with milk
- Drink that may be a double
- It's an eyeopener
- Supply for a cappuccino machine
- Coffeehouse order
- Coffee concoction
- Caffe additive
- Drink with a foamy top
- Drink sometimes flavored with cinnamon
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
latte \lat"te\ (l[.a]*t[=a]"), n. Same as cafe latte; a type of espresso coffee served with foamy steamed milk, and usually served in a tall glass or mug.
caf'e latte \ca`f['e]" lat"te\ (k[.a]`f[=a]"l[.a]*t[=a]"), n. A type of espresso coffee topped with foamy steamed milk, and usually served in a tall glass or mug; also called latte.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
by 1990, espresso coffee with milk, short for caffè latte, from Italian, literally "milk coffee" (see cafe au lait).
Etymology 1 alt. A drink of coffee made from espresso and steamed milk, generally topped with foam. n. A drink of coffee made from espresso and steamed milk, generally topped with foam. Etymology 2
n. A pillar capped by a hemispherical stone capital with the flat side facing up, used as building supports by the ancient Chamorro people and now used as a sign of Chamorro identity.
n. (context hyperforeign English) (nonstandard spelling of latte English)
n. strong espresso coffee with a topping of frothed steamed milk [syn: caffe latte]
The term as used in English is a shortened form of the Italian caffè latte , caffelatte or caffellatte , which means "milk coffee". The word is also sometimes spelled latté or lattè in English with different kinds of accent marks, which can be a hyperforeignism or a deliberate attempt to indicate that the word is not pronounced according to the rules of English orthography.
In northern Europe and Scandinavia the term café au lait has traditionally been used for the combination of espresso and milk. In France, caffè latte is mostly known from the original Italian name of the drink (caffè latte or caffelatte); a combination of espresso and steamed milk equivalent to a "latte" is in French called grand crème and in German Milchkaffee or (in Austria) Wiener Melange.
Latte is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk.
The term may also refer to:
Usage examples of "latte".
I have received from London that you have come to France to find an Italian called Latte Cellini.
The decision to waste a few minutes having a coff-tea latte by herself was an impromptu one.
Unfortunately, she discovered as she sipped her latte and stared at the poster-covered wall, it was not easy to think clearly about him when he was safely out of sight, either.
There was a Starbucks across the street, and I went over to get a latte to take with me.
She wondered if Fenella had popped out to get herself a latte or to survey the competition.
Mari laugh softly, her hand cupping her mouth as she set the latte down.
Tessa picked up her latte and followed her coworkers toward the conference room.
By the time he came upstairs, dressed in a pair of loose cotton pants that tied at the waist, his bare chest beaded with sweat, his hair hanging damp and loose around his shoulders, she had a pot of oatmeal waiting for them and had made a protein shake for him and a hot latte for herself.
Coffee: Starbucks only, tall latte, two raw sugars, two napkins, one stirrer.
I put down the latte, looked over at Emily, who was too busy answering three phone lines to notice me, and hung up the snakeskin.
I set the plate on the edge of her desk and placed the latte and the napkin with all necessary accessories next to it.
Miranda set the offending latte on my desk and flipped through the new issue ofVanity Fair that a staffer had set on the table for her.
She herself got to work on a tall latte as soon as I walked in the door.
Miranda deigned to accept this slightly warmer latte and even gave us a few moments of peace between ten and eleven, when she sat in her office with the door closed, cooing to B-DAD.
She preferred Perrier or Pellegrino to champagne and certainly a milkshake or a latte to a cosmo, so the chances she was actually drunk right now were slim.