Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Starbucks"

The meaning of "Starbucks" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He said it was not disputed that a Starbucks employee drew an image of a smile and what was referred to in the hearing as "slanty" eyes on the cup as a way of marking it as Ms Foley's cup. mean?
A: I've broken the sentence down into two parts. This should be easier to understand:

1. He said it was not disputed that a Starbucks employee drew an image of a smile on the cup as a way of marking it as Ms Foley's cup.
2. The image of a smile on the cup was referred to in the hearing as "slanty" eyes.

From the looks of it, somebody is suing Starbucks for that "slanderous" drawing.
Q: What does I need to top up my Starbucks card mean?
A: I need to put more money on my Starbucks card.

"Top up" generally means "add more of something."

"Can you top up my drink?"

"I want to top up my gas tank before we go on the trip."
Q: What does Starbucks accused of racial discrimination mean?
A: @jokifreek yes, this is how we would write the sentence if it were the headline in a news article. Grammatically, it should be “Starbucks has been accused of racial discrimination.“
Q: What does Starbucks mean?
A: the name specifically doesn’t really have a meaning - it’s just what the store is called
(maybe there’s a deeper meaning but I’m pretty sure it’s just a name)
Q: What does Get me a Starbucks mean?
A: Let me try rephrasing this for you and see if that helps. "Go to Starbucks and buy me a coffee." Essentially, that's what this phrase means.

Synonyms of "Starbucks" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Shall we go to Starbucks? and Let’s go to Starbucks. ?
A: In American English "shall" sounds very old fashioned and weird. Using let's go sounds much, much more natural.
Q: What is the difference between "Starbucks" and "pubs" and "bars" ?
A:
in my country they use that words too

and I wonder if they think they are in a developed country.

here is "restaurant, bar and "lanchannete" instead "cafe"

haha
cafe is the back liquid in the cup

so saying you're in a cofe you'll dei in a cup

or in a Starbucks you will go to a developed country haha
Q: What is the difference between meet up at Starbucks and meet at Starbucks ?
A: "Meet up at Starbucks" is like when you're telling someone to see you at Starbucks like a request, and "Meet at Starbucks" although it is grammatically incorrect, it is a short phrase for for seeing them at Starbucks at that moment.
If that makes sense..
Q: What is the difference between I work at Starbucks and I work for Starbucks and I work in Starbucks ?
A: There’s very little difference in this context. “For” implies that you work FOR that particular company (like you’re a paid employee). “At” and “in” are just stating casually to someone where you work.
Q: What is the difference between at the Starbucks and at Starbucks ?
A: at the Starbucks = at a specific Starbucks

I'm at the Starbucks on corner of 9th and Valley Way.

At Starbucks = at Starbucks, but not specifying an exact location

I'm at Starbucks right now, but I'l pick up the kids from soccer practice afterwards.

Translations of "Starbucks"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? またスターバックスで働けることになった!

Can I say “I can work at Starbucks again!!!”
A: Thank you!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 氷を少なめで、ミルクを多めにしてください。
(when ordering at Starbucks)
A:
注文する飲み物を今言ったばかりなら
"Light ice and extra milk, please." を付け加えれば大丈夫です。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when you buy a Starbucks card and want to know the minimum price to put on, how do u say??
A: What's the smallest amount I can put on this card?

or, if you have an amount in mind, you could ask something like...
Can I just put ¥5 on this card?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Starbucksは世界の中でもハイレベルのカスタマーサービスを提供している
A: I'm still learning but it would be something like: "Starbucks is offering the highest level of customer service in the world."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 氷少なめでお願いします。(Starbucks でアイスコーヒー頼む時)
A: Oh!!!!!!! I get it! Thank a lot(^O^)

Other questions about "Starbucks"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Recently Starbucks has served decaffeinated drinks then. So I can enjoy coffee again..
A: No “then”
Q: Starbucks we visited was so awesome view Does this sound natural?
A: Better if you say : the Starbucks that we visited had an awesome view
Q: 1 Starbucks drinks is change depens on the season in japan
2 Depends on how you feel. Does this sound natural?
A: of course 🙈
Q: Starbucks is buying one and getting one free today. If I want to ask someone already bought it or not. What should I ask?

"Have you bought Starbucks today?"
Or "Did you buy Starbucks today?"
A: "Did you get something from Starbucks today? They're having a buy-one-get-one-free sale."
This is what I would say.

Also, note that it's better to say "Starbucks is having a buy-one-get-one-free sale today" rather than "Starbucks is buying one and getting one free today". The second sentence means that Starbucks (the store/company) is buying something, not the customer.
Q: Brazilian Starbucks frappuccino is less sticky than that of Japanese ブラジルのスタバのフラペチーノは日本のよりサラサラしてる。 Does this sound natural?
A: Is less sticky than the Japanese one* should be the right ending.

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