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Greek coffee

Syllabification: Greek cof·fee

Definition of Greek coffee in English:

noun

Very strong black coffee served with the fine grounds in it.
Example sentences
  • The best meals are the simplest: Greek salad, aubergine purée, fresh bread and red wine, followed by a tiny cup of strong Greek coffee to rev you up for a hard night's dancing at the Bar.
  • The honeyed filo pastries and buttery nut cookies compose a separate late afternoon meal accompanied by thick Greek coffee.
  • A flask of Greek coffee so sweet and thick you could cut it with a knife wakes you up and it's time to go back to work again.

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