Traducción de decaf en español:

decaf

descafeinado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdikæf/ /ˈdiːkaf/

Ver definición en español de descafeinado

nombre

(decaff)
coloquial
  • 1

    descafeinado masculino
    • Meanwhile, only 8 percent of regular coffee drinkers drink decaf.
    • I was convinced that someone was slipping me regular coffee instead of the decaff.
    • Cut the caffeine: Settle for a "half-caf" or decaf.
    • People sigh, or at least wish they hadn't ordered decaf that morning.
    • Researchers don't yet know whether decaf is the culprit.
    • Put decaf in the coffee maker for 3 weeks.
    • Either that, or your wife has secretly switched you over to decaf.
    • The attempt to develop GM decaf is just one way in which scientists are seeking to apply genetic engineering to meet consumer demand.
    • I drink about eight cups of coffee in the morning, but I drink decaf.
    • Eddie orders the largest ribeye steak they have to offer and a cup of decaf.
    • A quick espresso can banish the sleepies; but fight the urge to offer decaf and then slip your guest a regular shot.
    • What to do: It's too early to conclude that decaf raises the risk of rheumatoid arthritis.
    • I love love love coffee, but even decaf kept me up after our rants.
    • He pauses and takes a sip of decaf, thinking of the best way to describe the film.
    • Methinks he needs to switch to decaf.
    • Monday, 6 p.m.: Same cup of decaf with the same splash of cream in hand, I board the train for the same vinyl seat.
    • It is decaff, of course - we are, after all, in a very health-conscious restaurant.
    • I've tried decaff, but it's a concept I find rather difficult to reconcile myself to.
    • I sometimes allow myself decaff.
    • We prefer decaff if that's an option.