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|English to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]|
Art/Literary - Idioms / Maxims / Sayings
|English term or phrase: "café culture" |
|The café culture in Wellington is unbeatable. Saturday morning is a great time to head into the city and just walk the streets leisurely stopping at various places to enjoy coffee, a snack or brunch.|
The term "café culture" has a particular meaning within the urban dictionary. It is intended to refer to the culture of visiting cafes, for coffee, brunch or lunch, and partaking in the seeing and being seen at the popular venues in town.
With researching café culture in Napier,
I wanted to explore the reasons relating to café consumption, including the most influential
of café identity. The literature on café culture focuses on the idea that placial icons,
themescapes and the third place combine to make a successful café and therefore a ‘café
Coffee culture describes a social atmosphere or series of associated social behaviors that depends heavily upon coffee, particularly as a social lubricant. The term also refers to the diffusion and adoption of coffee as a widely consumed stimulant by a culture. In the late 20th century, particularly in the Western world and urbanized centers around the globe, espresso has been an increasingly dominant form.
|cultura dos cafés / cultura das cafeterias|
"Café" (ou cafeteria) refere-se mais ao local onde se vai não só para tomar café, mas para encontrar amigos, realizar negócios, encontros amorosos, para ver e ser visto, etc., muito popularizado pela rede de cafeterias Starbucks daqui dos EUA e muito popular na Argentina, entre muitos outros países.
"Cultura do café" pode ser confundido com "cultivo do café".
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