decaf

[dee-kaf] Informal.
noun
1.
decaffeinated coffee or tea.
adjective

Origin:
by shortening

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decaf (ˈdiːkæf)
 
n
1.  decaffeinated coffee
 
adj
2.  decaffeinated

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
decaf
decaffeinated coffee
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Example sentences
Decaf-coffee lovers, for instance, benefit from its ability to remove caffeine from coffee beans.
We ordered decaf cappuccinos, followed by dessert wine and a visit from the
  cheese cart.
Mixing caffeinated drinks with decaf can make for a comparatively painless
  detox.
And if you are one of the kind people who do make a pot of coffee, please pay
  attention to which is decaf and which is regular.
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