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Serve boiled sprouts with toasted almonds or chopped chestnuts. The Sun (2016)Scatter with chopped mint and toasted almond slivers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the toasted almond slivers and mix well before turning into the pastry case. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While they are cooking, toast the tortillas in a dry pan. The Sun (2016)Cut the rolls into 1cm slices and toast lightly. The Sun (2016)Toast the skinned almonds in a dry frying pan over a medium-high heat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I might have toast with cheese, ham and bits of cucumber and tomato. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When ready, set aside, while you toast the cut sides of the buns in the pan. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tip the hazelnuts onto a baking tray and pop them in the oven for 7-8 minutes, or until lightly toasted. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Lightly toast all three. The Sun (2016)Who makes the best cheese on toast? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Toast cut side up under a hot grill until golden. The Sun (2014)This allows the steam to escape so the toast becomes crisp. The Sun (2016)Scatter with a handful of lightly toasted hazelnuts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Add the remaining spices and toast until lightly browned and aromatic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Two poached eggs on wholemeal toast with grilled tomatoes. The Sun (2010)Serve with mascarpone scattered with toasted almonds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Place over a medium heat and toast for two minutes until aromatic. The Sun (2012)This one was served in a sandwich of salted toast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Lift the fish and shellfish out of the pan and place on the toast. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Serve straightaway with hot toast while you cook the second omelette. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The two toasted it with champagne and the media was informed of the new dream ticket. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is the correct etiquette for drinking toasts after dinner? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Very good with grilled feta cheese on toast. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Slice the garlic and rub the sourdough toast with the cut side. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Serve with crisp little toasts or use as a relish. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Lightly toasted pitta and a green salad on the side would be perfect complements. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Try boiled or scrambled egg with a slice of wholemeal toast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Scatter with the toasted almonds and orange zest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My guess is that far more men than women eat toasted cheese sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Butter the toast and place a handful of shrimps on each slice. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Bean on toast is another story. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If a toast is proposed at a royal banquet, she merely pretends to take a sip. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)Toast until golden brown, then remove from the heat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I hope he pulls off a shock and we can toast another British champ. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'toast'
British English: toast /təʊst/ NOUN
bread Toast is slices of bread heated until they are brown and crisp.
...a piece of toast.
- American English: toast grilled bread
- Arabic: خُبْزٌ مُحَمَّص
- Brazilian Portuguese: torrada
- Chinese: 烤面包片
- Croatian: tost
- Czech: topinka
- Danish: toast når der drikkes
- Dutch: toast heildronk
- European Spanish: tostada
- Finnish: malja juotava
- French: pain grillé
- German: Trinkspruch
- Greek: φρυγανιά
- Italian: brindisi
- Japanese: トースト grilled bread
- Korean: 구운 빵
- Norwegian: skål hyllest
- Polish: toast
- European Portuguese: torrada
- Romanian: felie de pâine prăjită
- Russian: тост зажаренный хлеб
- Spanish: tostada
- Swedish: skål med dryck
- Thai: การดื่มอวยพร
- Turkish: kadeh kaldırmak
- Ukrainian: грінка
- Vietnamese: bánh mì nướng
British English: toast /təʊst/ NOUN
drink When you drink a toast to someone, you wish them success or good health, and then drink some alcoholic drink.
We drank a toast to our old teacher.
- American English: toast tribute
- Arabic: نَخْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: brinde
- Chinese: 祝酒
- Croatian: zdravica
- Czech: přípitek
- Danish: skål når der drikkes
- Dutch: toast geroosterd brood
- European Spanish: brindis
- Finnish: paahtoleipä
- French: faire griller
- German: Toast
- Greek: πρόποση
- Italian: pane tostato
- Japanese: 乾杯 tribute
- Korean: 건배
- Norwegian: ristet brød
- Polish: grzanka
- European Portuguese: brinde
- Romanian: închinarea/ale paharului
- Russian: тост доброе пожелание
- Spanish: brindis
- Swedish: rostat bröd
- Thai: ขนมปังปิ้ง
- Turkish: tost
- Ukrainian: тост
- Vietnamese: chúc
British English: toast VERB
When you toast something such as bread, you cook it at a high temperature so that it becomes brown and crisp.
Party officials and generals toasted his health.
Definition of toast from the Collins English Dictionary
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