Cafe in spanish

Café

pronunciation: kɑfe part of speech: noun
In gestures

cafe = cafetería, café. 

Example: The 1st phase of a cultural centre, with library, art gallery, swimming pool, cafe and day centre for the elderly, was opened in Sept 87.

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» curbside cafe = cafetería con terraza, bar con terraza, café-bar terraza, bar terraza.

Example: Alongside the bus stations, passengers will need convenience stores, supermarkets, coffee shops and curbside cafes.

» cybercafe [cyber-cafe] = cibercafé.

Example: This article describes the current state of public Internet access, charts the rise of the cybercafe.

» Internet cafe = cibercafé.

Example: This study compares public libraries and Internet cafes as a source of access to electronic public information.

» kerbside cafe = cafetería con terraza, bar con terraza, café-bar terraza, bar terraza.

Example: The city has more than 500 kerbside cafés contributing to the vibrant, dynamic and attractive atmosphere of the streets.

» pavement cafe = cafetería con terraza, café-bar terraza, bar con terraza, bar terraza.

Example: In Paris, spiritual home of the pavement cafe, most waiters have developed a deep and fetching tan by mid May.

» sidewalk cafe = cafetería con terraza, bar con terraza, café-bar terraza, bar terraza.

Example: A sidewalk cafe requires a permit to use ostensibly public space for a business purpose.
Cafe synonyms:
coffeehouse in spanish: cafetería, pronunciation: kɔfihaʊs part of speech: noun coffee shop in spanish: cafetería, pronunciation: kɑfiʃɑp part of speech: noun coffee bar in spanish: barra de cafe, pronunciation: kɑfibɑr part of speech: noun
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