Definition of green tea in English:

green tea

Pronunciation /ˌɡrēn ˈtē/ /ˌɡrin ˈti/

noun

  • Tea made from unfermented leaves that is pale in color and slightly bitter in flavor, produced mainly in China and Japan.

    Compare with black tea

    ‘Anyway, if you're going to drink caffeine, the best form to do it in is tea, and green tea is the best.’
    • ‘The green tea served at these ceremonies is usually bitter in taste.’
    • ‘Over cups of green tea and bowlfuls of rice crackers, we chat in his kitchen well into the afternoon.’
    • ‘It also helps keep all the beneficial chemicals intact, which is why green tea is so good for you.’
    • ‘We've been told of the health benefits of green tea, and even the benefits from dark chocolate.’