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caff in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcaffcaff /kæf/ noun [countable] British English informal  DFDLa café
Examples from the Corpus
caffI was right - there's a caff there, so I go in.He's wearing a paper hat - you know, like they do in caffs.Usually flowers in caffs are plastic, but these ain't - they're really real.There's caffs and that usually in railway stations.It's pretty quiet in the caff.I du n no how tall it is, but the Christmas tree outside the caff is blummin huge.I du n no what to do, so I go back to the caff and have a look in the window.The caff now seems to have more customers than the railway, and would do better still if they cleared the tables.