Definition of 'toaster'
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Example sentences containing 'toaster'
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Buy them a toaster and eat the receipt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But buy a toaster and you get a full set of information. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Put the kettle and toaster on. The Sun (2015)It's probably worth checking to see if the kitchen has a kettle and toaster. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At least you won't have to buy them a toaster for their wedding. The Sun (2009)I bought a new toaster when the old toaster was perfectly fine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A toaster and kettle are locked away behind a glass door. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Their first task on Thursday will be to race out of bed for a key that unlocks a kettle and toaster. The Sun (2007)DO you have an older toaster? The Sun (2010)But there aren't many gizmos that can hold a permanent place on the kitchen work surface alongside the trusted toaster and kettle. The Sun (2014)Because, with the possible exception of the electric toaster, new technology always is. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you must, you can put the kettle, toaster and coffee machine back. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Apart from the stainless-steel toaster and kettle, the marble counters are deserted. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pop a fillet of flat fish (mackerel or sea bream work well) with lemon and seasoning in a sandwich toaster bag and put it in the toaster. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'toaster'
British English: toaster /ˈtəʊstə/ NOUN
A toaster is a piece of electric equipment used to toast bread.
- American English: toaster
- Arabic: مِحْمَصَةُ خُبْزٍ كَهْرَبائِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: torradeira
- Chinese: 烤面包机
- Croatian: toster
- Czech: topinkovač
- Danish: brødrister
- Dutch: toaster broodrooster
- European Spanish: tostador
- Finnish: leivänpaahdin
- French: grille-pain
- German: Toaster
- Greek: φρυγανιέρα
- Italian: tostapane
- Japanese: トースター
- Korean: 토스터
- Norwegian: brødrister
- Polish: toster
- European Portuguese: torradeira
- Romanian: toaster
- Russian: тостер
- Spanish: tostador
- Swedish: brödrost
- Thai: เครื่องปิ้งขนมปัง
- Turkish: ekmek kızartma makinesi
- Ukrainian: тостер
- Vietnamese: lò nướng
Definition of toaster from the Collins English Dictionary
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