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half-caf

Syllabification: half-caf

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of half-caf in English:

adjective

Denoting a drink of coffee with regular and decaffeinated coffee mixed in equal parts, so as to make coffee with half the normal level of caffeine: a half-caf latte

noun

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A drink of coffee made using regular and decaffeinated coffee mixed in equal parts: he’s down to about one cup of half-caf a day customers queued up for morning lattes, half-cafs, and mochas

Origin

1990s: from half + caffeine or caffeinated, on the pattern of decaf.

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