French press


Also found in: Wikipedia.

French press

n.
A coffeemaker with a cylindrical carafe and a plunger that is used to push the ground beans to the bottom of the carafe after the coffee has been brewed.
References in periodicals archive ?
On Thursday, April 23 The French Press presents a jewelry and gemology class from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 8, 2019-: Reviews of the Best Coffee Grinders with French Press Published at Homyden.com
The French Presidency told French Press Agency (AFP) that Macron "looks forward" to working with Johnson, who defeated Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt to take the leadership of Britain's "Tory" Party after a lively battle with Johnson who defeated Hunt with double the number of votes among the 160,000 party members.
The French press said Dieudonne was convicted of various kinds of fraud between 2009 and 2014 including diverting cash receipts from his production company.
According to the French Press Agency (AFP), authorities said it will deploy security on an "exceptional scale" throughout the streets, while shop-owners board up their windows bracing for riots carried out by radical protestors.
longer brewing times, use coarse grinds (like a French press), while
* Bonjour Method 8-Cup French Press with Lock & Toss Filter ($24.99): This innovative French Press features an ingenious basket-style filter that allows you to easily remove coffee grinds cleanly.
Recent French press reports, which have been verified by the company, confirm that Facebook (FB) decertified Criteo as a Facebook Marketing Partner on July 1, meaning Criteo is no longer referenced as a Facebook preferred marketing partner and will not have access to beta testing new features, Goldman Sachs analyst Heath Terry told investors in a note sent before the open.
The Experts Committee explained in a confidential report to the UN Security Council, according to the French Press Agency, that short-range ballistic missiles, as well as other weapons, were sent from Iran to Yemen after the arms embargo was imposed in 2015.
A Belgian citizen was very surprised when he received a fine ticket for driving at a speed of 696-kilometer per hour with his Opel Astra, the French press reported.
A French press requires coarse grounds, whereas a pour-over method requires fine.