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How do I express the concept of with/without in the following sentences:

I'd like a coffee with sugar please.

The best I can do is to use 'and':

コーヒーとさとうを下さい

And for 'without':

I'd like a pizza without cheese.

My best attempt at this would be:

チーズがないピザを下さい

Maybe I could re-engineer the coffee and sugar one in that way too. It seems clunky though. Is there a better way?

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Pizza without cheese :

チーズ無しピザを下さい

Shoyu Ramen without garlic

醤油ラーメンニンニク抜き

With cheese

チーズ付き

Curry with Tomato

トマト入りカレーを下さい

You don't ask for sugar in your coffee since you have to pour it yourself in most coffee shop.

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抜き is also an option for 'without':

チーズ抜きピザ

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ピザはチーズ抜きお願いします。 piza wa chiizu nuki onegaishimasu.

You can also use なし: ピザはチーズなしお願いします。

When I want to drink water without ice. I just say the following: 水は氷なしお願いします。

mizu wa kouri nashi onegaishimasu

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