Definition of cappuccino
: espresso coffee topped with frothed hot milk or cream and often flavored with cinnamon
Examples of cappuccino in a Sentence
We stopped for dessert and cappuccinos.
Recent Examples of cappuccino from the Web
Covered in glaze and filled with cappuccino gelato.
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Dunkin' Donuts and McDonald's don't have that kind of pricing ability because selling lattes and cappuccinos cannot change how consumers perceive their brands.
The creamy, cold, custard-like dish was unforgettable and paired incredibly well with the warm cappuccinos still on our table.
Signature dishes include duo canapé, corn and crab cappuccino, simply green salad and bird in a cage topped off with white chocolate bread pudding crème brûlée.
The kitchen has high-end appliances, an espresso/cappuccino maker, a curved breakfast bar and a $10,000 faucet that looks like a kinetic sculpture.
Part coffee shop, part workspace, the sleek venue serves a straightforward menu of coffee beverages like espresso, lattes and cappuccino while offering meeting space and even dedicated desks and community tables for rent at a monthly rate.
Espresso drinks include macchiatos, cappuccinos and lattes.
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Origin and Etymology of cappuccino
Italian, literally, Capuchin; from the likeness of its color to that of a Capuchin's habit
First Known Use: 1893See Words from the same year
CAPPUCCINO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cappuccino for English Language Learners
: a drink of strong coffee (called espresso) that has a bubbly layer of hot milk on top
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