English generic term to mean 'a cup of tea'. This phrase was shortened to a cup of, and hence 'a cuppa'.
"ya want anyfink ta drink darlin'?"
"yeah please, i'll 'ave a cuppa."
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A word, famously used by Beetlejuice (Beetlepimp), to describe something he’s got or done a few times. Can be translated to “a few” or “a couple of”.
“How many drop kicks did it take to beat him, Beet?”
“Cuppa drop kicks.”
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British slang for A-CUP-OF tea
Man 1: Oi, Fancy a cuppa?

Man 2: Cream no sugar, ta
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slang contraction of "cup of", believed to be Irish in origin.

Meaning to have a cup of whatever the person offering is drinking, not necessarily tea, or coffee.
"Come 'ere an' 'ave yerself a cuppa, mate!"
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cuppas is slang for cup of coffee/tea
"your turn to make cuppas, ked"
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