Definition of Cafeterias

1. Noun. (plural of cafeteria) ¹



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Definition of Cafeterias

1. cafeteria [n] - See also: cafeteria

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cafeterias

caesuric
cafard
cafards
cafarsite
cafe
cafe'
cafe-au-lait spot
cafe au lait
cafe noir
cafe royale
cafes
cafestol
cafeteria
cafeteria facility
cafeteria tray
cafeterias (current term)
cafetite
cafetites
cafetière
cafetoria
cafetorium
cafetoriums
caff
caffe latte
caffearine
caffeate O-methyltransferase
caffeate peroxidase
caffeic acid
caffeic acids
caffein

Literary usage of Cafeterias

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1. The Food of Working Women in Boston by Lucile Eaves (1917)
"Then, too, the price paid for a satisfactory lunch in the cafeterias was but 15 cents, whereas it was 25 cents in the restaurants. As has been shown, ..."

2. U.S. Trends in Eating Away from Home 1982-89: A Survey by Eating Occasion by Jesus C. Dumagan, John W. Hackett (1995)
"However, cafeterias have the smallest eating parties per breakfast, with 1.25-1.50 eaters, ... The total number of meals and snacks in cafeterias and ..."

3. Vignettes of San Francisco by Almira Bailey (1921)
"Lacking that sort of mind, I do not get on well in cafeterias. As sure as I equip myself with a tray and silver in a napkin and become one of the long ..."

4. Americans with Disabilities Act: Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Except as specified or modified in this section, restaurants and cafeterias shall comply with the requirements of 4.1 to 4.35. Where fixed tables (or dining ..."

5. Adaag Manual: A Guide to the Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility edited by Evan Terry, Evan Terry Associates (1998)
"... and cafeterias [5] General [5.1]/ Access Aisles [5.3] Access is required to 5% of fixed or built-in tables distributed throughout dining areas. ..."

6. Annual Report of the United States Shipping Board by United States Shipping Board (1920)
"Dormitories and cafeterias constructed or planned for the Emergency- Fleet Corporation. TABLE XIX.—Schedule of housing projects, including charter of ..."

7. Vocations for the Trained Woman; Opportunities Other Than Teaching by Agnes Frances Perkins (1917)
"Then, too, the price paid for a satisfactory lunch in the cafeterias was but 15 cents, whereas it was 25 cents in the restaurants. As has been shown, ..."

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