a weak tea infusion with large proportions of milk and sugar
KAYM-brihk] An American term used to describe a hot drink of milk, water, sugar and, if desired, a dash of tea. It was a favorite of children and the elderly in the late 19th and early 20th century. The name is taken from a fabric called cambric, which is white and thin ... just like the "tea."
a beverage for children containing hot water and milk and sugar and a small amount of tea
a very weak tea infusion in an excess of milk and sugar
An American beverage of milk, water, sugar, and tea, served hot.