Definition of flat white in English:

flat white

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noun

A type of coffee made with espresso and hot steamed milk, but without the froth characteristic of a cappuccino: I stumbled into one of those trendy bookshops with cafes and ordered a large flat white
More example sentences
  • His fuss over something possibly quite trivial ruined her skim-milk flat white.
  • The chain has been buoyed by the introduction in January of the "flat white", a less milky version of the latte.
  • Ash personally prefers a flat white, which along with lattes are the most popular among his customers.

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