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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
cuppacup‧pa /ˈkʌpə/ noun [countable] British English spoken  DFDa cup of tea I’m dying for a cuppa!
Examples from the Corpus
cuppaLook, I've brought you some things so you can have a cuppa on me.Back home safely, I made a cuppa and sat for a good hour revelling in my favourite magazine.It was the best cuppa I've ever tasted!This, plus a gutful of lager would have stirred a concrete cuppa.Back at the car park we had a well earned cuppa and reminisced over another hot day back in 1933.Well ... I finishes my cuppa just before the train is due.The breakfast used is not of the ruff-core variety, it's employed subtly throughout and will enliven your regular cuppa.
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