英 [,kæpʊ'tʃiːnəʊ] 美 [,kæpu'tʃino]
  • n. 热牛奶咖啡;(意)卡普齐诺咖啡
  • n. (Cappuccino)人名;(意)卡普奇诺
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cappuccino 卡布奇诺咖啡

来自意大利词Capuccin, 斗篷,词源同cap, chaperon.因咖啡颜色与意大利修士头戴的棕色斗篷相似而得名。参照电影《博物馆奇妙夜》重要配角猴即叫做Capuccin,僧帽猴。

cappuccino: [20] Frothy coffee was given the name cappuccino in Italian from its supposed resemblance to the habit of Capuchin monks, which is the colour of lightly milked coffee. The Order of Friars Minor Capuchins, an independent branch of Franciscans, was founded in 1528. In emulation of St Francis they wear a pointed cowl, in Italian a cappuccio (from late Latin cappa ‘hood’, source of English cap and cape), from which the name Cappuccino ‘Capuchin’ (literally ‘little hood’) was derived.

The term Capuchin itself arrived in English in the late 16th century, and the order’s vestimentary arrangements have gifted other items of vocabulary to English, notably capuchin [18] for a woman’s cloak and hood and capuchin monkey [18] for a type of South American monkey with a tuft of hair on its head resembling a monk’s cowl.

=> cap, cape
cappuccino (n.)
1948, from Italian cappuccino, from Capuchin in reference to the beverage's color and its supposed resemblance to that of the brown hoods of the Friars Minor Capuchins (see Capuchin).
1. And cappuccino is also coffee with foamed milk.


2. And cappuccino is also coffee with foamed milk. Like what you have right here.
cappuccino是咖啡中加泡沫牛奶制成的. 就是我们为您准备的这一种.


3. 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.


4. We could go to one of those cappuccino pIaces.


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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