Definition of decaffeinated in English:

decaffeinated

Line breaks: de|caf¦fein|ated
Pronunciation: /diːˈkafɪneɪtɪd
 
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adjective

  • (Of coffee or tea) having had most or all of the caffeine removed.
    More example sentences
    • The fasting group, however, were not allowed to consume anything but water or decaffeinated tea or coffee for 36 hours.
    • Either switch to decaffeinated tea or coffee or herbal infusions like vervain, mint or camomile.
    • Each of the seven decaffeinated coffees contained some caffeine, although all contained Less than 18 mg per serving.

Derivatives

decaffeinate

verb
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  • Today, there are three main decaffeinating processes used in the market.
  • It is used mainly as a degreaser for metal parts and at one time was used to decaffeinate coffee.
  • In two experiments with trichloroethylene, used as a decaffeinating agent in coffee, rats were given the human equivalent of 50 million cups of coffee a day.

decaffeination

noun
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  • Eve replies: Total decaffeination is not an option.
  • But instead, we're going to do a little experiment in decaffeination.
  • One hypothesis is that when these women were drinking coffee when they, were younger, the decaffeination process involved chemical solvents that have been implicated in connective-tissue diseases [like rheumatoid arthritis].

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