noun, plural es·pres·sos.
Origin of espresso
Examples from the Web for espresso
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Espresso breaks are common in Palermo, especially at the elegant, old world Antico Caffe Spinnato.
At home, I start the day by scooping out a couple of heaping tablespoons of Starbucks espresso roast into my Breville machine.
Two cups of espresso before walking the dog and reading the Arts section of The New York Times.
According to Lowe, Farley “has a shot of espresso before every closeup” and also has a gargantuan appetite.
British Dictionary definitions for espresso
noun plural -sos
Word Origin for espresso
Word Origin and History for espresso
1945, from Italian caffe espresso, from espresso "pressed out," from past participle of esprimere, from Latin exprimere "press out" (see express). In reference to the steam pressure.