latte

[lah-tey]
noun
hot espresso with steamed milk, usually topped with foamed milk.
Also called caffè latte.


Origin:
1990–95; < Italian (caffè) latte (coffee with) milk

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latte (ˈlæteɪ, ˈlɑːteɪ)
 
n
coffee made with hot milk
 
[C20: from Italian (caffè e) latte (coffee and) milk]

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latte
by 1990, espresso coffee with milk, short for caffè latte, from It., lit. "milk coffee" (see cafe au lait).
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It reminds me of mushroom bisque or hazelnut ice cream or an especially creamy
  latte.
Warm up with a velvety rich latte in the new home of locals' long-loved
  coffeehouse.
Then you could drink your latte while the car charges.
Drinks include vanilla soy milk and sweet pumpkin latte.
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