Definition of venti in English:

venti

Line breaks: venti
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛnti
 
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noun

[usually as modifier] trademark in the US
A serving of a drink of coffee measuring 20 US fluid ounces.
More example sentences
  • In New York, a more stressful town, he's now moved to straight-up venti ice coffee.
  • Instead of quaffing one giant emergency venti latte, you're better off taking frequent sips of small servings of coffee.
  • You could have had a venti Iced Caffe Latte with skim milk for only 110 calories.

Origin

1990s: Italian, literally 'twenty'.

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