English → English - toast

n. grilled bread; raising glasses in honor, drinking to -; (Slang) person in big trouble (e.g.: "When Mom will see that you ate the last muffin, you are toast")
v. brown by exposure to heat; warm at a fire; propose or drink a toast, drink in honor of
n. toast, grilled bread; raising glasses in honor, drinking to -

English → Spanish - toast

s. tostada, pan tostado; brindis
v. brindar, hacer un brindis; tostar, dorar, torrar, turrar; tostarse

English → French - toast

n. toast, pain grillé, verre levé à la santé de, collation en l'honneur de; personne perturbée, personne troublée (préoccupée)
v. rôtir; griller; brûler; faire griller; porter un toast, boire en l'honneur de

English → German - toast

n. Toast; eine Scheibe Toast; Trinkspruch; (Slang) sich in große Schwierigkeiten befindliche Person
v. rösten, toasten; trinken auf

English → Indonesian - toast

n. roti panggang, roti bakar, tos
v. memanggang, mendiang, berpanas-panas, berdiang

English → Italian - toast

s. pane tostato, crostino; cin cin, alla salute di; (slang) uno che si trova in un brutto guaio
v. tostare, abbrustolire; sciogliere al fuoco; (fig) scaldare ben bene

English → Polish - toast

n. grzanka, tost, toast
v. przypiekać, opiec, zagrzać, wznieść toast, opiekać, zagrzewać

English → Portuguese - toast

s. torrada, pão torrado; brinde; pessoa em apuros (gíria)
v. torrar; beber a saúde de

English → Romanian - toast

n. pâine prăjită, toast, felie, persoană sau idee pentru care se toastează
v. bea în sănătatea cuiva, sărbători, prăji, toasta, încălzi picioarele

English → Russian - toast

с. ломтик хлеба, жареный хлеб, гренок, гренки, тост, предложение тоста, тостуемый, событие, учреждение
г. подрумянивать на огне, поджаривать, греться, сушиться

English → Turkish - toast

f. kızartmak, ısıtmak, kızarmak, yanmak, şerefine içmek, sağlığına içmek, kadeh kaldırmak
i. kızarmış ekmek, şerefe içme, kadeh kaldırma, tost

English → Ukrainian - toast

n. грінка, тост
v. підрум'янювати хліб, підрум'янюватися, зігрівати, зігріватися, тост: проголошувати тост, жарити, засмажувати, підсмажувати

French → English - toast

(m) n. pledge, toast

German → English - toast

v. brown by exposure to heat; warm at a fire; propose or drink a toast, drink in honor of

Italian → English - toast

n. toast, grilled bread

Polish → English - toast

n. toast

Romanian → English - toast

n. toast, speech: after-dinner speech, health, pledge

Dutch → English - toast

n. toast

English → Dutch - toast

zn. geroosterd brood, toast; het uitbrengen van een toost, het drinken op ..; (Slang) iemand in grote moeilijkheden (Bv.: "When my mom will see that you ate the last muffin, you are toast")
ww. roosteren, warmen; een toast instellen op; toasten

English → Greek - toast

ουσ. φρυγανιά, πρόποση, τοστ
ρήμ. προπίνω, φρυγανίζω, καψαλίζω, κάνω πρόποσιν, πίνω εις υγείαν, κολακεύω χαμερπώς

French → Spanish - toast

1. (boissons) brindis (m)
2. (nourriture) tostada (f); pan tostado

German → Spanish - toast

n. brindis (m), tostada (f)

French → German - toast

n. toast, trinkspruch, kanapee, prosit

French → Italian - toast

1. (boissons) brindisi (m)
2. (nourriture) pane tostato

French → Portuguese - toast

1. (boissons) brinde (m)
2. (nourriture) torrada (f)

French → Turkish - toast

[le] kadeh kaldırma; kızartılmış ekmek dilimi

German → French - toast

n. pain de mie (m), pain grillé (m), toast (m)

German → Italian - toast

n. brindisi (m), toast (m)

German → Russian - toast

n. тост (m), жареный хлеб (m), гренок (m)

German → Turkish - toast

i. tost (m), kanape (m)

Italian → German - toast

n. toast

French → Dutch - toast

1. (boissons) toost (m); heildronk (m)
2. (nourriture) toost (m); geroosterd brood (n)

German → Dutch - toast

toast ,toost

English → Arabic - toast

‏خبز محمص، الشخص الذي يشرب نخبه، شرب النخب‏
‏حمص الخبز، شرب نخب، دفأ، حمس‏

English → Chinese - toast

(名) 吐司, 烤面包片#祝酒; 祝颂词; 敬酒; 被敬酒的人
(动) 烤; 烘

English → Chinese - toast

(名) 吐司, 烤麵包片#祝酒; 祝頌詞; 敬酒; 被敬酒的人
(動) 烤; 烘

English → Hindi - toast

n. टोअस्ट, टोस्ट

English → Japanese - toast

(動) きつね色に焼く; 火でよく暖める; 乾杯をする; 敬意を表する
(名) トースト; 乾杯, 祝杯; (俗語)困った人(たとえば 『最後のマフィンをあなたが食べたのをママが知ったとき, あなたは困った人』)

English → Korean - toast

명. 토스트, 구운 빵; 축배, 건배, ...에게 축배
동. 노르스름하게 굽다; 불로 뎁히다; 건배하다

English → Vietnamese - toast

n. bánh mì nướng, chén rượu chúc mừng
v. nướng bánh mì

German → Chinese - toast

[der] 烤面包。乾杯。

Definition of toast

1. Toasted bread.
I ate a piece of toast for breakfast.
All toasters toast toast.
2. A proposed salutation (e.g. to say "cheers") while drinking alcohol.
At the reception, there were many toasts from the well-wishers.
3. A person, group, or notable object to which a salutation with alcohol is made; a person or group held in similar esteem.
He was the toast of high society.
4. Something that will be no more; something subject to impending destruction, harm or injury.
If I ever get my hands on the guy that stole my wallet, he’s toast!
5. Extemporaneous narrative poem or rap.
7. To lightly cook by browning via direct exposure to a fire or other heat source.
We liked to toast marshmallows around the campfire.
8. To grill, lightly cook by browning specifically under a grill or in a toaster
Top with cheese and toast under the grill for a few minutes.
9. To engage in a salutation and/or accompanying raising of glasses while drinking alcohol in honor of someone or something.
We toasted the happy couple many times over the course of the evening.
10. To warm thoroughly.
I toasted my feet by the fire.
11. To perform extemporaneous narrative poem or rap.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: toasting
Present: toast (3.person: toasts)
Past: toasted
Future: will toast
Present conditional: would toast
Present Perfect: have toasted (3.person: has toasted)
Past Perfect: had toasted
Future Perfect: will have toasted
Past conditional: would have toasted
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