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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
a coffee bar
▪ We met up in the student coffee bar.
a coffee cup
▪ He picked up the coffee cups and took them into the kitchen.
a coffee machine (=for providing cups of coffee)
▪ She was at the coffee machine last time I saw her.
a coffee/tea break
▪ How about a coffee break?
a morning coffee/run/swim (=that someone does, drinks etc in the morning)
▪ She read the paper while drinking her morning coffee.
a wine/coffee/blood etc stain
▪ How can I get coffee stains out of a cotton tablecloth?
coffee bar
coffee bean
coffee break
coffee grinder
coffee house
coffee machine
coffee mill
coffee morning
coffee pot
coffee shop
coffee table book
coffee table
coffee/pasta etc maker
▪ Grind the beans to suit your coffee maker.
coffee/wine/car etc producer
▪ leading oil producers
Irish coffee
Turkish coffee
▪ I no longer drank black coffee nor smoked, so I could only chew my almonds and sip my herb tea.
▪ That morning he stretched his back and sipped black coffee and enjoyed the sudden, urgent peristalsis of a much younger man.
▪ Amy leaned forward and put her mug on the black coffee table. ` She's right, you know.
▪ House Minority Leader Art Hamilton had a slice of toast and black coffee.
▪ Whereas traditional politicians offer visitors green tea, the Reform of Heisei serves black coffee.
▪ She served us each a small cup of thick black coffee and poured one for herself.
▪ I hollered for fortified wines and drank quarts of tongue-frazzling black coffee.
▪ Crusty white bread, aromatic black coffee with thick sweet cream and buttery cheese had accompanied them.
▪ The most familiar popular smells are probably fresh coffee, newly mown grass, hyacinths and freshly baked bread.
▪ Peter returned with fresh coffee and explained how to score and interpret the material.
▪ The tantalising aroma of fresh coffee wafted towards them, over the buzz of voices and laughter.
▪ I was having fresh coffee and feeling free again.
▪ Serve sliced, with jam and fresh coffee, or with a well-chilled dessert wine.
▪ The following morning, owner Elaine greeted us with fresh coffee and conversation while she prepared a wonderful breakfast.
▪ He would be craving hot coffee and food.
▪ A typical menu consisted of tomato surprise, assorted cold meats, sandwiches, fruit cup, cake, and hot coffee.
▪ Then he fetched a mug and a can of hot coffee.
▪ Boiling hot coffee shot out in a stream on to my leg.
▪ I pour a hot coffee, and sit sipping at it in my kitchen armchair.
▪ We are going to have ourselves some nice hot coffee and you can lie there and watch.
▪ Inside it was warm with the smell of hot coffee and fried pork.
▪ I regularly pay £5 for 300g of instant coffee.
▪ He tries very slowly to stand up and get to the kitchen to give me some instant coffee.
▪ He then began adding back one food per day and when he included instant coffee it produced another bout of severe depression.
▪ He was advised to cut out all instant coffee from his diet and since then has kept very well by doing so.
▪ I've always got plenty of instant coffee and rapport ... Maybe he was shy.
▪ He could only regard her existential pain as a cup of instant coffee to be sweetened with saccharin.
▪ Widely available since the 1930s, instant coffee is produced commercially by brewing ground freshly roasted coffee to a strong concentrate.
▪ Freeze dried instant coffee is more aromatic than the instant coffee powder and more expensive.
▪ So they go into the kitchen and Keith makes some real coffee.
▪ Adults spoke longingly of real coffee, since even the watery liquid brewed from burnt chicory was not regularly available.
▪ And while we were in there, Mama let me drink real coffee.
▪ After a cup of strong coffee and a slice of dry toast, she contemplated the day ahead.
▪ A pint of strong black coffee, however, relaxes the system, and soon we feel somewhat refreshed.
▪ To get rid of garlic breath try strong coffee, cloves, honey, yogurt, or parsley.
▪ That was back when our unofficial city aroma was strong coffee and sea air, not urine.
▪ Some women find a cup of strong coffee every hour or so helpful, as it helps them pass more water.
▪ She made a pot of strong coffee, and reached for the envelope.
▪ The room smelt of stale sweat and strong coffee.
▪ She needed a sit down, a cup of strong coffee, and a chance to get the whole thing in proportion.
▪ Congressional leaders met them at the White House for coffee before escorting them to Capitol Hill.
▪ Barakat was one of dozens of major Democratic donors and fund-raisers invited to the White House for coffees in 1995 and 1996.
▪ The other times he had sat in a coffee bar with her and listened to the juke box.
▪ Complimentary coffee and tea; also has a coffee bar for espresso and biscotti.! end! &038;.
▪ Again, as in the coffee bar, I almost turned round, so clear was the tone, so near.
▪ We never had a good restaurant or coffee bar before.
▪ Looking for my father, even after his cremation, in the coffee bar where I used to meet him.
▪ But you can do more than stand around the coffee bar and wring your hands with your co-workers.
▪ The bakery has a coffee bar, and cappuccino is sixty cents!
▪ Try placing a vanilla pod or coffee bean under the grill just before the viewers arrive.
▪ In comparison, steam is 212 degrees and coffee beans are roasted at temperatures of 350 to 425 degrees.
▪ Grinding the coffee beans he pondered life's smaller ambiguities.
▪ Beneath a layer of foam rubber there was a dark brown carpet of coffee beans.
▪ She added some chicory to the coffee beans and turned the handle quickly.
▪ It is still widely used on citrus fruit, soybeans, coffee beans, tobacco, cotton and other crops.
▪ Coffee brewed from ground coffee beans costs more than coffee made from an instant product.
▪ Called to attend at 10.15 in the morning, we started in the time-honoured way of civilization with a coffee break.
▪ To save paraffin we stopped having a mid-morning coffee break.
▪ Fast chargers and coffee break chargers reduce this to 15 minutes or a top up charge for 5 minutes.
▪ And now she deserved a coffee break.
▪ It appears to be an ideal resting place for lunch or a midmorning coffee break.
▪ During the coffee break that follows, you will have the chance to chat with these two experts.
▪ No attempt has been made to choose worthwhile bars that can be visited for a coffee break enroute.
▪ He placed a few coins by his empty coffee cup and waved at the waiter.
▪ Two empty coffee cups sat on the table between them.
▪ Giving the cold shoulder to his usual tipple, Ian Knight raises his coffee cup to Drinkwise Day.
▪ She broke the seal and poured me a hit in a coffee cup.
▪ Meg took the coffee cups to the sink and fetched a tablecloth from the dresser.
▪ She spooned more sugar into her empty coffee cup and motioned to the waitress for a refill.
▪ Had she been wise she would have bought the matching coffee cups.
▪ Jesse Johnson tipped back his empty coffee cup and flicked his tongue at the last drop.
▪ Keep the computer in a clean, vibration-free place away from smokers and coffee drinkers.
▪ A table of coffee drinkers in a Colorado cafe.
▪ If you are a regular coffee drinker, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee really does set the taste buds tingling.
▪ Such findings suggest that famous coffee drinkers such as Bach and Kant may have derived little help from their caffeine habits.
▪ Nestlé, for example, vary their instant coffee to suit the tastes of coffee drinkers in different countries.
▪ Quinn was in the sitting-room drinking coffee.
▪ In the newsroom, reporters hung around drinking coffee as they read or talked.
▪ They sat for several minutes, drinking coffee and talking companionably of this and that.
▪ So if, for example, you always smoke a cigarette when you have a cup of coffee, avoid drinking coffee.
▪ Vargas sat in the corner drinking coffee and reading a newspaper.
▪ Whether drinking coffee with his production people, chatting to his secretary or strolling along the corridor, his approach is professional.
▪ He spent half an hour in the restaurant, drinking coffee.
▪ We are sitting around drinking coffee in his flat, but you would think we were drinking champagne.
▪ The beans for the house coffee are roasted fresh every day in the Fazzis' other premises in Clyde Street.
▪ In the office, a choice desk location by the window or near the coffee machine may be worth defending.
▪ Others are made the target of slurs and anti-gay jokes around the coffee machine.
▪ Polling stations would be awash with coffee machines and potted plants.
▪ To this day, employees in Minnesota remember when the governor took away their coffee machines.
▪ She left him in the kitchen examining the espresso coffee machine with wonder, while she went to Patrick's office.
▪ What he did learn was the coffee machine.
▪ Anything ever go wrong with a coffee machine, then send for Bill Erlich.
▪ There was a coffee machine and a pile of styrofoam cups and we helped ourselves.
▪ But government orders have dried up and the factory is struggling now by making vacuum cleaners and coffee makers.
▪ Players were given a welcoming morning coffee, followed after the match, by high tea in the Belleisle Hotel.
▪ He lay in white sheets; soon he would pull the bell for Francoise to bring him his morning coffee.
▪ But spooning five sugar lumps into your morning coffee won't have a memory-boosting effect.
▪ May Day dawned warm and sunny, and the two veterans nodded at each other over morning coffee.
▪ Calvin says he started dropping some into his morning coffee.
▪ He began the ritual of morning coffee here, before class, in July, when the summer semester began.
▪ The south-facing terrace is perfect for enjoying early morning coffee, evening cocktails or just admiring the scenery.
▪ Jody reads the story again as she waits in line at Starbucks for her morning coffee.
▪ Trent sat on the saloon deck, holding his coffee mug cupped in his hands.
▪ Primo is holding his coffee mug in both hands between his knees.
▪ He drained his coffee mug and leaned forward expectantly.
▪ His coffee mugs were said to more closely resemble vats than cups.
▪ With Gomez watching, he bound Trent s wrists in front of him so that he could hold the coffee mug.
▪ He sets the coffee mug on the dashboard.
▪ It was after ten in the morning and she had just entered the kitchen to replenish her coffee mug.
▪ Certes, my lord, I have the gelt to replace yon coffee pot.
▪ He got up stiffly, finding a steaming coffee pot beside his four-poster.
▪ Glass with coffee pots and metal and found magazine pictures and glass with just plain glass.
▪ A woman batters her husband to death with a coffee pot which she for ever after keeps in her shopping bag.
▪ Flight attendants have complained that everything in aircraft cabins, including coffee pots, are secured except small children.
▪ Micheline Vandepoel is a treat to watch as Rosa, the coffee pot lady.
▪ Pitchers were set out for milk and the large coffee pot was bubbling on the stove.
▪ She wants to open a coffee shop next door.
▪ Downtown Morgan Hill is sprouting coffee shops, brew pubs and restaurants.
▪ There is a lounge and sunny new coffee shop.
▪ By this time we had already closed the restaurant and turned it into a bakery coffee shop.
▪ Facilities include a coffee shop, restaurant, lobby bar, shops and small swimming pool.
▪ Finally the two women refused to fill out any more grant applications with him in coffee shops and on the street.
▪ In the burnt-out shopping precinct past the Beni Tourstravel shop, there is a coffee shop with blue barstools.
▪ You went to a coffee shop or got a soda.
▪ Amy leaned forward and put her mug on the black coffee table. ` She's right, you know.
▪ There are like hundreds more that are going to be in a coffee table book by the end of the year.
▪ Her big-boned body felt clumsy and she placed the tray on the coffee table with a loud clatter.
▪ He tosses the book on the coffee table.
▪ Love Thirty will sit comfortably on any coffee table, any bookstall.
▪ Horgan straightens the papers on the coffee table.
▪ Paperbacks in general had pushed aside the hardback, except for the specialized and coffee table markets.
▪ And I also learned there is more to shell collecting than picking up a few for the condo coffee table.
▪ Willy brought in the coffee and smiled at her.
▪ Well, if you can spare ten minutes, I thought I would bop over and bring you a coffee.
▪ Their food, if they arrange it, is brought to them: coffee, Cokes, sandwiches.
▪ He lay in white sheets; soon he would pull the bell for Francoise to bring him his morning coffee.
▪ A groan issued from the bedroom next door as Christine brought Jake his coffee.
▪ The waiter brought cheesecake and coffee.
▪ He no longer bothered to talk to her when she brought him his coffee.
▪ The waiter brought coffee while their luncheon plates were still on the table.
▪ The waitress came round and blackmailed us into buying another cup of coffee.
▪ Had she been wise she would have bought the matching coffee cups.
▪ The old man was begging him for a dime to buy a cup of coffee.
▪ Jenny bought two coffees and two buns and we went and sat down.
▪ You might think many people buy it as a coffee table book, but they don't.
▪ It can take half-an-hour to buy a coffee and seats are often not available.
▪ We drank evening coffee with them.
▪ I drink a lot of coffee in the morning.
▪ They sat there drinking coffee and looking at the Glovers with detached interest.
▪ She drank the burned coffee as she waited for the Percodan to take.
▪ Out of interest I drank a cup of coffee and watched the pulse zoom up.
▪ I yell at David, Matt and Matthew all the time because they drink way too much coffee.
▪ Five minutes later they were back in the sittingroom drinking the steaming coffee.
▪ She was drinking coffee, and her sister asked if Bernstein would like some.
▪ Christina finished her coffee, then walked back to the house.
▪ Ruth finished her coffee and rinsed her cup out before writing a note for Steve.
▪ In silence, Marge concentrated on finishing her coffee.
▪ Oh aye, she's finished her coffee.
▪ We finish our coffee, put our photos away, and bow good-bye for the morning.
▪ He finished his coffee and stared at her disconcertingly.
▪ Trent sat on the saloon deck, holding his coffee mug cupped in his hands.
▪ Primo is holding his coffee mug in both hands between his knees.
▪ He sat holding his coffee cup in both hands, looking out over the Mekong.
▪ On March 28, we're holding our next coffee morning at Branksome Hall.
▪ In his hands he holds a mug of coffee.
▪ He asked me to hold the coffee up to his lips and I was gone.
▪ She listened, her little finger cocked as she held her coffee cup poised above its saucer.
▪ She liked her coffee sweet and sickly below a head of warm foam.
▪ She liked grinding the coffee beans; she liked the sharp smell.
▪ Which of you would like coffee and what kind?
▪ Marge liked the coffee that his filter pot made.
▪ I asked if he would like a coffee, or to be taken home, but he could only shake his head.
▪ Nick was out, Joey was engaged, Jim was just making coffee and why didn't I come over.
▪ Delgado's boy got back while we were making some coffee and said Russell would be here.
▪ The water was boiling and she began to make the coffee.
▪ As soon as he limped through the doorway she called to the owner to make more coffee.
▪ So... you make a pot of coffee, boot up the computer, and sit at your desk.
▪ That morning Doreen's absence meant that I had to make the coffee and take in the biscuits to Mr Hutton.
▪ That night, I left the park, came home, made coffee, put some cognac in my cup.
▪ Advice and assistance are offered, with coffee mornings and other meetings arranged.
▪ The one who talked offered the cup of coffee.
▪ I didn't offer them more coffee, and when they'd gone I mooched around the flat hoping to wind down.
▪ The slightest word of greeting roused them to stand, bow graciously and offer a cup of coffee.
▪ At Bow Street Station a woman sergeant had offered him coffee, and allowed him to call his lawyer.
▪ They tried to get her to sober up by offering some coffee and food.
▪ Ross offered coffee while they waited.
▪ The cafe offers regular and flavored coffees as well as sandwiches, muffins and ice cream.
▪ Haverford ordered a coffee and a cognac italiano per favore.
▪ He ordered another coffee with brandy.
▪ Back at the Agra Hotel we ordered coffee to warm up and started a game of Scrabble.
▪ They stopped talking while the officers ordered coffee.
▪ Filmer came alone to sit at an untenanted table, ordering eggs and coffee from Oliver without looking at him.
▪ Jack ordered the coffee and asked if she'd eaten.
▪ One has to think twice before one orders a cup of coffee, in case one's making use of one's position.
▪ As she poured coffee for Jenny and Paul, she felt unbearably sad.
▪ His genteel manner of pouring coffee for his guests is perfectly in place.
▪ Hussa got out the della and began to pour coffee.
▪ I wish I could tell you that I poured scalding coffee in his lap!
▪ Then he continued to watch her as he poured himself more coffee.
▪ Henry pulled a chair out for me and then poured me some coffee while I looked around.
▪ I cast my eye over the front page of the Telegraph while Anne poured the coffee.
▪ At separate tables, couples talk; the late-shift workers dine alone; the waitresses pour coffee.
▪ Whereas traditional politicians offer visitors green tea, the Reform of Heisei serves black coffee.
▪ Investors were led into a stylish, wood-panelled conference room and served coffee, tea, and cookies.
▪ Automatically, Jenna began to serve the coffee.
▪ His wife scurried around serving ersatz coffee and comforting a baby born four days previously.
▪ Very good sandwich cafe in the centre of Greenwich, serving excellent coffee, and with a small garden out back.
▪ No one spoke - they did not even sip their coffee.
▪ Ray and his friend Dan sipped coffee.
▪ The majestic Schönbrunn and Belvedere Castles assume the attention of artists great and amateur, and locals sip coffee in timeworn cafés.
▪ Fen leaned back, totally relaxed, sipping his coffee.
▪ I left Farris sipping his coffee and went looking for Resler.
▪ Amanda sipped her coffee, letting her mind dwell pleasurably on thoughts of the future.
▪ He smiles around at the residents sipping coffee.
▪ The other times he had sat in a coffee bar with her and listened to the juke box.
▪ He sat holding his coffee cup in both hands, looking out over the Mekong.
▪ They sat there drinking coffee and looking at the Glovers with detached interest.
▪ Love Thirty will sit comfortably on any coffee table, any bookstall.
▪ I got bored with it and sat down with my coffee.
▪ He merely sat at the coffee counter there, hour after hour, alone.
▪ Now we will sit and have a coffee, yes?
▪ I sat in the coffee bar for a long time.
▪ I smelled the coffee and followed my nose.
▪ Trouble is, my tenant on the second floor can smell coffee from my kitchen on the first floor.
▪ I could certainly smell coffee brewing.
▪ While the field has changed with rent control nearly quashed, wake up and smell the coffee of a new day.
▪ Wake up and smell the coffee, guys.
▪ When I woke, I smelled coffee and heard footsteps in the kitchen and the hallway.
▪ Alone, she smelled other people's coffee, other people's cakes.
▪ I thought I was helping, but I just want to throw the coffee out of the window.
▪ In an informal setting the same speaker might well say Want some coffee? or even Coffee?
▪ She wants to open a coffee shop next door.
▪ Compare the formal Would you care for some coffee? with the informal Want some coffee?
▪ She sat down without a word and shook her head when Whitlock asked if she wanted coffee.
▪ If you want coffee, bring a thermos.
▪ In the morning, Jessica wanted toast and coffee, not more love-making.
▪ Cooperative farmers want to continue growing coffee on the land.
a wine/coffee/snack etc bar
▪ Afterwards, I went to a wine bar with a couple of other crime writers.
▪ Complimentary coffee and tea; also has a coffee bar for espresso and biscotti.! end! &.
▪ If he was lucky he might start a wine bar when he left.
▪ The bakery has a coffee bar, and cappuccino is sixty cents!
▪ The other times he had sat in a coffee bar with her and listened to the juke box.
▪ There is a snack bar by the pool, a taverna in the grounds and an excellent restaurant in the Atlantis itself.
▪ Thurso has got a swimming pool and a wine bar.
▪ We went to a coffee bar.
coffee/pepper mill
▪ Have lemons and a pepper mill on the table and toast as for sardine butter.
▪ Provençal green tableware, salt & pepper mills, utensils and condiments, from a selection at Divertimenti.
▪ You eye the pepper mill, pause and pick the tablecloth.
coffee/wine/champagne etc drinker
▪ A table of coffee drinkers in a Colorado cafe.
▪ Founded in 1900, Beaulieu Vineyard is trying to lure younger wine drinkers.
▪ Good news for the champagne drinker?
▪ However, more wine drinkers are consuming Pinot Noir these days, and the biggest reason is sheer pleasure.
▪ If you are a regular coffee drinker, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee really does set the taste buds tingling.
▪ Keep the computer in a clean, vibration-free place away from smokers and coffee drinkers.
▪ Such findings suggest that famous coffee drinkers such as Bach and Kant may have derived little help from their caffeine habits.
▪ The increased healing rate in wine drinkers is consistent with other reports that moderate alcohol intake may be harmless or beneficial.
wake up and smell the coffee
▪ While the field has changed with rent control nearly quashed, wake up and smell the coffee of a new day.
▪ A variety of gourmet coffees are on sale.
▪ That's four coffees and two pieces of apple pie, right?
▪ But it was far too early for any taverns or coffee houses to be open.
▪ Maybe you gave up, stopped for a cup of coffee on Hudson Street, and got lucky when I turned up.
▪ More stories, more coffee and another try with Pete's transistor radio.
▪ The chicken was delicious, and Lisa was feeling revitalised as she made herself some coffee and settled down to work.
▪ They can be purchased as liquid, frozen liquid, or spray-dried coffee whitener.
▪ They discussed the plans over coffee in SoHo.
▪ This chamber is a natural place for Bardul to retire to talk with the adventurers and offer some of his Lustrian coffee.
▪ We finish our coffee, put our photos away, and bow good-bye for the morning.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Coffee \Cof"fee\ (k[add]"f[-e]; k[o^]f"f[-e]; 115), n. [Turk. qahveh, Ar. qahuah wine, coffee, a decoction of berries. Cf. Caf['e].]

  1. The ``beans'' or ``berries'' (pyrenes) obtained from the drupes of a small evergreen tree of the genus Coffea, growing in Abyssinia, Arabia, Persia, and other warm regions of Asia and Africa, and also in tropical America.

  2. The coffee tree.

    Note: There are several species of the coffee tree, as, Coffea Arabica, Coffea canephora, Coffea occidentalis, and Coffea Liberica. The white, fragrant flowers grow in clusters at the root of the leaves, and the fruit is a red or purple cherrylike drupe, with sweet pulp, usually containing two pyrenes, commercially called ``beans'' or ``berries''.

  3. The beverage made by decoction of the roasted and ground berry of the coffee tree.

    They have in Turkey a drink called coffee. . . . This drink comforteth the brain and heart, and helpeth digestion.

  4. a cup of coffee[3], especially one served in a restaurant; as, we each had two donuts and a coffee; three coffees to go.

  5. a social gathering at which coffee is served, with optional other foods or refreshments.

  6. a color ranging from medium brown to dark brown.

    Note: The use of coffee is said to have been introduced into England about 1650, when coffeehouses were opened in Oxford and London.

    Coffee bug (Zo["o]l.), a species of scale insect ( Lecanium coff[ae]a), often very injurious to the coffee tree.

    Coffee rat (Zo["o]l.) See Musang.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

c.1600, from Italian caffe, from Turkish kahveh, from Arabic qahwah "coffee," said originally to have meant "wine," but perhaps rather from Kaffa region of Ethiopia, a home of the plant (coffee in Kaffa is called buno, which was borrowed into Arabic as bunn "raw coffee"). Much initial diversity of spelling, including chaoua.\n

\nYemen was the first great coffee exporter and to protect its trade decreed that no living plant could leave the country. In 16c., a Muslim pilgrim brought some coffee beans from Yemen and raised them in India. Appeared in Europe (from Arabia) c.1515-1519. Introduced to England by 1650, and by 1675 the country had more than 3,000 coffee houses. Coffee plantations established in Brazil 1727. Meaning "a light meal at which coffee is served" is from 1774. Coffee break attested from 1952, at first often in glossy magazine advertisements by the Pan-American Coffee Bureau. Coffee pot from 1705.\n\nDid you drink a cup of coffee on company time this morning? Chances are that you did
--for the midmorning coffee break is rapidly becoming a standard fixture in American offices and factories.

["The Kiplinger Magazine," March 1952]

  1. Of a pale brown colour, like that of milk coffee. n. A beverage made by infuse the beans of the coffee plant in hot water. v

  2. (context intransitive English) To drink coffee.

  1. n. a beverage consisting of an infusion of ground coffee beans; "he ordered a cup of coffee" [syn: java]

  2. any of several small trees and shrubs native to the tropical Old World yielding coffee beans [syn: coffee tree]

  3. a seed of the coffee tree; ground to make coffee [syn: coffee bean, coffee berry]

  4. a medium to dark brown color [syn: chocolate, deep brown, umber, burnt umber]

Coffee -- U.S. County in Alabama
Population (2000): 43615
Housing Units (2000): 19837
Land area (2000): 678.990152 sq. miles (1758.576346 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.488301 sq. miles (3.854683 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 680.478453 sq. miles (1762.431029 sq. km)
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 31.378987 N, 85.956841 W
Coffee, AL
Coffee County
Coffee County, AL
Coffee -- U.S. County in Tennessee
Population (2000): 48014
Housing Units (2000): 20746
Land area (2000): 428.843616 sq. miles (1110.699819 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 5.619704 sq. miles (14.554967 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 434.463320 sq. miles (1125.254786 sq. km)
Located within: Tennessee (TN), FIPS 47
Location: 35.465790 N, 86.115771 W
Coffee, TN
Coffee County
Coffee County, TN
Coffee -- U.S. County in Georgia
Population (2000): 37413
Housing Units (2000): 15610
Land area (2000): 598.896007 sq. miles (1551.133471 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 3.716715 sq. miles (9.626248 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 602.612722 sq. miles (1560.759719 sq. km)
Located within: Georgia (GA), FIPS 13
Location: 31.537784 N, 82.839769 W
Coffee, GA
Coffee County
Coffee County, GA
COFFEE (Cinema 4D)

COFFEE (often written as "C.O.F.F.E.E") is a computer scripting language that forms part of CINEMA 4D, a proprietary 3D graphics application. Although presented as an acronym the letters of the word COFFEE do not appear to stand for anything, but are rather a comic reference to Java, a considerably more famous computer language.

Coffee (color)

Coffee is a brownish color that is a representation of the color of an unroasted coffee bean. Different types of coffee beans have different colors when unroasted--the color coffee represents an average.

The first recorded use of coffee as a color name in English was in 1695.

The source of the color displayed at right is the ISCC-NBS Color List (see Page C, coffee, color sample #58).

Coffee (Miguel song)

"Coffee" (also titled "Coffee (Fucking)") is a song by American singer Miguel, featuring vocals from fellow American rapper Wale, taken from his third studio album Wildheart (2015). It was released on May 4, 2015 by ByStorm Entertainment and RCA Records as the album's lead single.


Coffee is a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, which are the seeds of berries from the Coffea plant. The genus Coffea is native to tropical Africa, Madagascar, and the Comoros, Mauritius and Réunion in the Indian Ocean. The plant was exported from Africa to countries around the world and coffee plants are now cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in the equatorial regions of the Americas, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa. The two most commonly grown are the highly regarded arabica, and the less sophisticated but stronger and more hardy robusta. Once ripe, coffee berries are picked, processed, and dried. Dried coffee seeds (referred to as beans) are roasted to varying degrees, depending on the desired flavor. Roasted beans are ground and brewed with near boiling water to produce coffee as a beverage.

Coffee is slightly acidic and can have a stimulating effect on humans because of its caffeine content. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. It can be prepared and presented in a variety of ways (e.g., espresso, French press, cafe latte, etc.). It is usually served hot, although iced coffee is also served. Clinical studies indicate that moderate coffee consumption is benign or mildly beneficial in healthy adults, with continuing research on whether long-term consumption inhibits cognitive decline during aging or lowers the risk of some forms of cancer.

The earliest credible evidence of coffee-drinking appears in the middle of the 15th century in the Sufi shrines of Yemen. It was here in Arabia that coffee seeds were first roasted and brewed in a similar way to how it is now prepared. Coffee seeds were first exported from Eastern Africa to Yemen, as the coffee plant is thought to have been indigenous to the former. Yemeni traders took coffee back to their homeland and began to cultivate the seed. By the 16th century, it had reached the rest of the Middle East, Persia, Turkey, and northern Africa. From there, it spread to Europe and the rest of the world.

Coffee is a major export commodity: it is the top agricultural export for numerous countries and is among the world's largest legal agricultural exports. It is one of the most valuable commodities exported by developing countries. Green (unroasted) coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. Some controversy is associated with coffee cultivation and the way developed countries trade with developing nations and the impact of its cultivation on the environment, in regards to clearing of land for coffee-growing and water use. Consequently, fair trade coffee and organic coffee are an expanding market.

Coffee (disambiguation)

Coffee is a widely consumed beverage.

Coffee may also refer to:

In geography:

  • Coffee City, Texas, a town
  • Coffee County (disambiguation), several counties in the United States
  • Coffee Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois
  • Coffee Crater, in British Columbia, Canada
  • Coffee Creek (disambiguation)
  • Coffee Island, Isle aux Herbes in Alabama
  • Coffee Swamp, in Wisconsin

Other uses:

  • Coffee (color)
  • Coffee (surname)
  • COFFEE (Cinema 4D), a computer scripting language
  • Coffee#1, a coffee house chain (a search for "Coffee#1" on Wikipedia takes you to Coffee)
  • The Coffee Cantata, alternative name for a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Ethiopian Coffee FC, a football club based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), a research centre at the University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Coffee High School, in Douglas, Georgia
  • Coffee, a song on the album None Shall Pass by the American alternative hip hop musician Aesop Rock
  • Coffee, a euphemism for sex
  • Coffee, a song by American singer Miguel
Coffee (surname)

Coffee is the surname of:

  • Claire Coffee (born 1980), American actress
  • Glen Coffee (born 1987), former American football running back
  • Glenn Coffee (born 1967), American lawyer and politician
  • Harry B. Coffee (1890–1972), American politician
  • Jerome Coffee (born 1958), American former bantamweight boxer
  • John Coffee (disambiguation)
  • Lenore J. Coffee (1896–1984), American screenwriter, playwright and novelist
  • Pat Coffee (born 1915), American former National Football League halfback
  • Paul Coffee (born 1956), American retired soccer goalkeeper
  • W. J. Coffee (1774–1846), English artist and sculptor

Usage examples of "coffee".

Apparently satisfied it would support his weight, he leaned back, rocking gently while Abie prepared their coffee.

I thanked him for doing Margarita the honour of accepting a cup of coffee from her hands, and begged him to take one with me, saying I would breakfast with him next morning.

It was deep twilight when Ace sat down in front of the fire and attacked the tender, roasted meat, washing it down with swallows of coffee.

I was greeted very courteously by three officers whom I had become acquainted with at the coffee house, and I walked along the promenade with them.

I am not addicted to coffee, it is still a drug and it feels fucking good.

Although it was an available alternative, some wholesalers refused to put chicory or any other additives in their coffee.

These measures stretched out the available coffee far better than did chicory additives or other substitutes, but there still were severe shortages.

His voice made Addle think of coffee, deep and dark and rich, with a texture that slid between her senses.

Solicitor of the Excise, against persons convicted of the fraud of manufacturing spurious, and adulterating genuine coffee.

But old Selim Aga and the other sages led the muezzin into the coffeehouse and ordered coffee, Turkish Delight and a narghile, to calm him down.

Persons of a lymphatic or bilious temperament often find that coffee disagrees with them, aggravating their troubles and causing biliousness, constipation, and headache, while tea proves agreeable and beneficial.

Fairly and Annette, dining on pancakes and juice, and Lars Aquavit, finishing a last cup of coffee.

After the cheese and fruit dessert, Natalie wanted to visit the aqueduct and take their coffee with them so Saul filled the steel Thermos while she went to her room and got a thick sweater from her suitcase.

Where could one obtain the best price for hundred-ton lots of Arabica coffee?

They liked visiting the coffee plantations where arabica coffee was grown, or climbing to the higher elevations where robusta coffee, the kind used for instant coffee, was grown, or watching the fishermen haul in their catch from Lake Tanganyika.