noun, plural cap·puc·ci·nos
Origin of cappuccino
Examples from the Web for cappuccino
Francis then supposedly told the officer that he was the one giving orders now and ordered a cappuccino for the Swiss soldier.Is The Pope Unprotected Now That He’s Fired the Head of the Swiss Guards?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was July of 2010, and my biggest worry at the time was whether or not we should spring for the cappuccino bar at the reception.Why Komen Let Me Down: A Breast-Cancer Survivor's Haunting Tale|Rebecca Webber|February 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She celebrated over a cappuccino with her Perugian lawyer Luciano Ghirga.
Recipe This is the season for panettone and it makes the perfect breakfast pairing to my morning cappuccino!
This is the season for panettone and it makes the perfect breakfast pairing to my morning cappuccino!
She kept her face still and neutral, and calmly swallowed her cappuccino.Makers|Cory Doctorow
British Dictionary definitions for cappuccino
noun plural -nos
Word Origin for cappuccino
Word Origin and History for cappuccino
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).