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 Translation for 'Turkish coffee' from English to Russian
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турецкий кофе {м} [нескл.]
Turkish coffee
Partial Matches
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турецкий {adj}
Turkish
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турецкий язык {м}
Turkish
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турецкий ван {м}
Turkish Van
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кофе {м}
coffee
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кофешоп {м}
coffee shop
кофейная чашка {ж}coffee cup
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растворимый кофе {м}
instant coffee
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варить кофе [несов.]
to brew coffee
короткий перерыв {м} [в работе, чтобы выпить кофе]coffee break
кофеварка {ж}coffee maker
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кофейный порошок {м}
coffee powder
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кофе {м} в зёрнах
coffee beans
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кофе {м} с собой [кофе на вынос]
coffee to go
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кофе {м} с молоком
coffee with milk
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сливки {мн} для кофе
coffee cream {sg}
У меня кончился кофе.I've run out of coffee. [coll.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Arabic coffee and Turkish coffee require that the grounds be almost powdery in fineness, finer than can be achieved by most burr grinders.
  • also describes the creamy foam in the Turkish coffee, and a lot of other coffees in the Balkans.
  • Probably the purest form of kafana can be found in Bosnia where no food is served (differentiating kafana from "ćevabdžinica", "aščinica" and "buregdžinica"), staying true to the original Turkish coffee and alcohol concept.
  • Although not the most common substitute for coffee it is occasionally served in lieu of coffee (Turkish coffee).
  • Cafestol is present in highest quantity in unfiltered coffee drinks such as French press coffee or Turkish coffee/Greek coffee.

  • The grind spectrum ranges from Turkish coffee and espresso on the finer end to a French press and cold brew extraction on the coarse/extra coarse end, with pour-overs and drip coffee in the medium-fine to medium range.
  • Marghiloman gave his name to "Marghiloman coffee", Turkish coffee boiled in brandy.
  • Turkish tea or Turkish coffee, with or without sugar, is usually served after dinner or more rarely together with desserts.
  • As in the rest of the former Yugoslavia, coffee drinking is an important cultural and social practice and Serbian coffee (a local variant of Turkish coffee) is the most commonly consumed non-alcoholic beverage in Serbia.
  • , derived from Persian through Arabic, denotes simply a pitcher or ewer, the term is often used in English to mean a Turkish coffee pot, which is known in Turkish as a [...].

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