Recent Examples of cafeteria from the Web
Over lunch at the CNA company cafeteria, a handful of interns chatted with TJ Pavlov, a psychology teacher who oversees ChiTech’s Real-World Learning program and regularly checks in at student worksites.
For many first-year college students, this week is full of visions of dorm-room parties, cafeteria meals, and frosh week.
The problem is, however, there is no cafeteria at 770 Broadway; Armstrong’s team is building one that’s expected to open sometime next year.
Similar to Cooper's and Hard Eight, this new barn-size 'cue spot in Mansfield is set up cafeteria-style.
At the same time, the company plans to add 12,000 square feet of space at Micron’s cafeteria, bolstering the current 33,210 square feet of that two-story building.
Since her confirmation, DeVos has been making the rounds, shaking hands in the halls and dropping in, casually, at the cafeteria.
The 32-year-old school cafeteria worker was killed during a traffic stop July 6, almost a year ago.
In St. Paul, jurors watched dashboard video showing Officer Jeronimo Yanez shoot into the car where Philando Castile, a cafeteria worker, was sitting with his fiancée and her daughter, and acquitted the officer.
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Origin and Etymology of cafeteria
First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
First Known Use of cafeteria
CAFETERIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cafeteria for English Language Learners
: a place (such as a restaurant or a room in a school) where people get food at a counter and carry it to a table for eating
CAFETERIA Defined for Kids
Definition of cafeteria for Students
- a school cafeteria
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