Traduction de café
- [boisson, graine] coffee
faire du café to make coffeecafé frappé ou glacé iced coffeecafé instantané ou soluble instant coffeecafé noir black coffeecafé crème coffee with creamcafé filtre filter coffeecafé en grains coffee beanscafé au lait white coffee (UK), coffee with milk (US)café moulu ground coffeecafé turc Turkish coffeecafé viennois Viennese coffee
- [fin du repas] coffee, coffee-time
(Belgique) early evening meal (served with coffee),, ≃ high tea (UK)au café, il n'avait toujours pas terminé son histoire he still hadn't finished his story by the time we got to the coffeevenez pour le café come and have coffee with us (after the meal)
café (bar) (licensed) caféc'est une discussion de café du Commerce (péjoratif) it's bar-room talk
1. In French cafés, a small cup of strong black coffee is called un (petit) café, un express or, colloquially, un petit noir. This may be served serré (extra-strong), léger (weak) or allongé (diluted with hot water). An express with a tiny amount of milk added is called une noisette. A large cup of black coffee is un grand café, un double express or, colloquially, un grand noir. Coffee with frothy, steam-heated milk is called un (grand/petit) crème. The term café au lait is almost never used in cafés.
2. Parisian cafés have traditionally played an important part in the intellectual and artistic life of the city. For example, the Café de Flore was a favourite meeting place for the existentialists.