Traducción de caffeine en Español:


cafeína, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkæfˌin//ˈkafiːn//kæˈfin/


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    cafeína femenino
    • A good dose of caffeine stimulated just the right amount of thought, he figured.
    • They have a similar effect to tea or coffee, since they contain the same alkaloid, caffeine.
    • Eliminate or restrict severely the intake of stimulants such as caffeine or alcohol.
    • Limit the amount of caffeine you consume to no more than two cups of coffee per day.
    • If you like caffeine, you can include two or three tea bags of either black or green tea.
    • From what I hear it's basically a stimulant similar to caffeine but without the crash at the end.
    • Also, try to avoid drinking too much tea and coffee as caffeine can increase anxiety levels.
    • The caffeine in the coffee brought a welcome kick to wake us up after our super-stodgy lunch.
    • It has the same chemical composition as caffeine, and the same physiological action.
    • A tea or coffee plant can probably grow perfectly well without caffeine.
    • Decaffenation is the process of removing caffeine from products that contain it.
    • She pointed out that I had a habit of not eating at all on race day and drinking a lot of caffeine.
    • The second major effect of caffeine is its increase of dopamine levels in the body.
    • If nothing else, the unexpected jolt of caffeine will get you through the rest of the day.
    • While the colas do contain some caffeine, they are not equal to the real stuff.
    • It could take all day and part of the night for the body to rid its systems of caffeine.
    • He'd made his own cup with extra caffeine to help shake off such an early start to the day.
    • The stimulant effects of caffeine in coffee are well known to help improve energy and alertness.
    • In flowering plant pollen tubes, caffeine disrupts vesicle zonation at the tip and stops elongation.
    • Copious quantities of caffeine and alcohol will stimulate the production of urine, so keep them to a minimum.