Meaning of kaffeeklatsch in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkafeɪˌklatʃ/

Translate kaffeeklatsch into Spanish


another term for klatch
‘But can he connect one-on-one with voters in New Hampshire kaffeeklatsches?’
  • ‘Town halls are one thing, but you can keep your catch-and-release handshake, your dandled baby, your pale-brew kaffeeklatsch.’
  • ‘In Davos, 3,000 CEOs of the world's biggest companies, political leaders, leading academics, assorted opinion-makers, media and hangers-on gathered for the great globalization kaffeeklatsch known as the World Economic Forum.’


German, from Kaffee ‘coffee’ + Klatsch ‘gossip’.