prepared or served with milk.
Caf au lait came in next morning at 7.30, and was distributed by Pierre, the orderly, a most willing and really excellent fellow.
Wounded and a Prisoner of War Malcolm V. (Malcolm Vivian) Hay
prepared or served with milk
French for served with milk
Café au lait is sometimes called white coffee.
- Au pair
a person, usually a young foreign visitor, employed to take care of children, do housework, etc., in exchange for room and board: We sent the children to the beach with the au pair. of, relating to, or employed under such an arrangement: an au pair girl. Contemporary Examples Sure, she was more expensive than an […]
- Au naturel
in the natural state. naked; nude. cooked plainly. ; uncooked. Contemporary Examples Marmur says—”au naturel” being a relative term in Manhattan. The One Good Thing Michele Bachmann Did: Proudly Blurt Out Her Age Judith Newman January 7, 2012 Here we see an au naturel Moore, bra-less in faded rock T-shirts and vowel-mangling California accent. Julianne […]
- Au revoir
until we see each other again; goodbye for the present. Contemporary Examples Tracy McNicoll on how Francois Hollande said au revoir to former president Sarkozy. François Hollande Sworn in as French President Tracy McNicoll May 14, 2012 Historical Examples The doctors grinned sardonic disgust; intimated that a serious danger was threatening society, and hinted an […]
- Au vol
a cry used to encourage a hawk to fly.