coffee klatch

coffee klatch

or coffee klatsch also kaf·fee·klatsch  (kŏf′ē-klăch′, -kläch′, kô′fē-)
n.
A casual social gathering for coffee and conversation.

[Partial translation of German Kaffeeklatsch : Kaffee, coffee + Klatsch, gossip; see klatch.]
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