decaffeinated coffee


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Noun1.decaffeinated coffee - coffee with the caffeine removed
coffee, java - a beverage consisting of an infusion of ground coffee beans; "he ordered a cup of coffee"
Translations
káva bez kofeinu
koffeinfri kaffe
kofeiiniton kahvi
kava bez kofeina
カフェイン抜きのコーヒー
카페인을 뺀 커피
koffeinfritt kaffe
กาแฟที่ไม่มีคาเฟอีน
cà phê đã được khử chất cafein

decaffeinated coffee

قَهْوَةٌ مَنْزُوعَةٌ الكافييـن káva bez kofeinu koffeinfri kaffe koffeinfreier Kaffee καφές ντεκαφεϊνέ café descafeinado kofeiiniton kahvi café décaféiné kava bez kofeina caffè decaffeinato カフェイン抜きのコーヒー 카페인을 뺀 커피 cafeïnevrije koffie koffeinfri kaffe kawa bezkofeinowa café descafeinado кофе без кофеина koffeinfritt kaffe กาแฟที่ไม่มีคาเฟอีน kafeinsiz kahve cà phê đã được khử chất cafein 脱咖啡因的咖啡
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