Word: toast

Category: toast

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Related words: toast

french, french toast, french toast recipe, make french toast, the toast, cinnamon, french toast casserole, cinnamon toast, baked french toast, wedding toast, french toast crunch, best french toast, french toast bake, easy french toast, cinnamon toast crunch

Synonyms: toast

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: toast

spanish
tostada, brindis, tostar, asar


german
trinkspruch, tischrede, röstbrot, toastbrot, toast, ...

french
rôtir, griller, rôtie, toast

italian
tosto, toast, tostare, brindisi, abbrustolire

portuguese
sapo, brindar, brinde

dutch
roosteren, branden, toost, braden

russian
тост, учреждение, поджаривать, здравица, событие, ...

norwegian
skål, riste

finnish
kilistää, paistaa, malja

danish
stege

czech
přípitek, opékat, topinka

polish
przypiekać, tost, toast, grzanka, opiekać

hungarian
pirítós

greek
πρόποση, τοστ

ukrainian
підсмажувати, установа, сушитися, подія, подію

albanian
dolli

bulgarian
тост

estonian
röstima, toost

croatian
prepečenac, dvopek, zdravica

romanian
china

slovenian
toast, zdravice

slovak
hrianka, zdravice, toast

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The meaning and "use of": toast

noun
  • sliced bread browned on both sides by exposure to radiant heat.
  • a call to a gathering of people to raise their glasses and drink together in honor of a person or thing, or an instance of drinking in this way.

verb
  • cook or brown (food, especially bread or cheese) by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.
  • drink to the health or in honor of (someone or something) by raising one's glass together with others.
  • (of a DJ) accompany a reggae backing track or music with improvised rhythmic speech.

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