- n. （用汽加压煮出的）浓咖啡
- n. (Espresso)人名；(法、意)埃斯普雷索
es-, 向外，同ex-. press, 压制，压缩。
- espresso:  Etymologically, espresso is coffee that has been ‘pressed out’. The word comes from Italian caffè espresso, literally ‘pressed-out coffee’, which refers to the way in which the coffee is made by forcing pressurized steam or boiling water through the finely ground beans. Espresso is the past participle of esprimere ‘press out’, from Latin exprimere – which is also the source of English express.
- espresso (n.)
- coffee made under steam pressure, 1945, from Italian (caffe) espresso, from espresso "pressed out," past participle of esprimere, from Latin exprimere "press out, squeeze out" (see express (v.1)). In reference to the steam pressure.
- 1. Und dann kann ich an fast keinem Espresso macchiato vorbeigehen, ohne ihn zu probieren.
- 2. But in Italy, you make a cappuccino in the morning or an espresso in the afternoon.
- 在意大利, 人们早上喝奶沫咖啡cappuccino,下午喝“espresso”咖啡.
- 3. Rich flavors of plum and raspberry are balanced by chocolate and espresso.
- 4. Recently, citizens prepare to vote in a referendum on taxing espresso drinks.
- 5. Sergio: They use espresso and hot milk, more milk than a cappuccino.
- 塞吉奥: 特浓咖啡加热牛奶.比卡普蒂诺的牛奶还多.
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