Definition of 'roast'
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Same with stews and joints of roasted meat with crispy skin. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Divide the into four and with crumb place on an tray and roast at mins. The Sun (2016)Place both into the oven to roast. The Sun (2017)The buttery taste works with big flavours such as olives, roasted peppers and anchovies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Chicken with shallot vinaigrette and green salad Finely chopped shallot has an uplifting effect on roast chicken. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We all tucked into a steaming hot roast dinner, which was big enough to keep me fed for the weekend. The Sun (2016)He added:'It might be that eating two roast potatoes cooked like that will have the same acrylamide as five cooked in another way. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There will also be a hog roast and bar. The Sun (2008)Use roasted peppers from a jar for your salsa. The Sun (2015)This goes perfectly with any roast meat. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Where is the roast beef of yesteryear? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Roast for ten min until cooked through. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then we build a fire and roast some game. Christianity Today (2000)The degree to which the coffee is roasted makes a great difference to the flavour. The East India Company Book of Coffee (1994)You can build your own roast dinner from a choice of mains and sides. The Sun (2016)Roast lamb with all the trimmings is my favourite meal. The Sun (2010)She came back the next day with two big bags containing three roast chickens and some salads. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Food on offer includes a hog roast with sage and onion stuffing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There was a time when all meat was roasted on spits. The Sun (2012)Specialist shops resolve the problem by actually roasting coffee in their shops or nearby. The East India Company Book of Coffee (1994)We buy food and prepare a roast dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Place all of them in the fridge to go into the oven after the roast. The Sun (2012)Spread out on the tin and roast for 20-30 min until golden. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Stoke the fire, roast some chestnuts and get reading. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There was roast lamb, followed by fruit pudding and custard. Seminary Boy (2006)
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Translations for 'roast'
British English: roast /rəʊst/ ADJECTIVE
Roast meat has been cooked by dry heat.
I love roast chicken.
- American English: roast
- Arabic: مُحَمَّص
- Brazilian Portuguese: assado
- Chinese: 烘烤的
- Croatian: pečen
- Czech: pečený maso
- Danish: stegt
- Dutch: geroosterd
- European Spanish: asado
- Finnish: paistettu
- French: rôti au four
- German: gebraten
- Greek: ψημένος
- Italian: arrosto
- Japanese: 焼いた
- Korean: 구운
- Norwegian: stekt
- Polish: pieczony
- European Portuguese: assado
- Romanian: fript
- Russian: жареный
- Spanish: asado
- Swedish: ugnstekt
- Thai: ที่อบ
- Turkish: kavrulmuş
- Ukrainian: смажений
- Vietnamese: quay thức ăn
British English: roast VERB
When you roast meat or other food, you cook it by dry heat in an oven or over a fire.
I personally would rather roast a chicken whole.
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