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cafe culture

Syllabification: ca·fe cul·ture

Definition of cafe culture in English:

noun

A lifestyle characterized by regular social visits to cafes or coffeehouses, typically that associated with European countries such as France or Italy: a thriving cafe culture fueled in part by the large student population
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  • At a time when cafe culture in Ireland is mushrooming, the most famous coffee house of them all only seems to attract tourists.
  • A continental cafe culture was beginning to supplant traditional pub life: the foam on a pint of stout was being replaced by the froth of a cappuccino.
  • But if that's a strange attempt at recreating European cafe culture in an inappropriate environment, then inside is much more successful.

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