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    Over coffee

    Hello!

    What does the expression ‘over coffee’ mean?

    Does it refer to certain periods of time spent on drinking coffee?

    Please explain it, giving a sample sentence.


    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Over coffee

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazuo View Post
    Hello!

    What does the expression ‘over coffee’ mean? It means 'while drinking coffee'.
    Please explain it, giving a sample sentence.
    Let's discuss it over (a cup of) coffee.

    We'll decide it over lunch. (= We'll decide it while having lunch.)
    Thanks in advance
    2006

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