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English definition of “toasty”

toasty

adjective uk   /ˈtəʊ.sti/ us    /ˈtoʊ-/

toasty adjective (WARM)

comfortably and pleasantly warm: My feet feel so warm and toasty in the new slippers.

toasty adjective (FLAVOUR)

mainly US like toast: a white wine with a toasty flavour

toasty

noun [C] uk (also toastie)   /ˈtəʊ.sti/ us    /ˈtoʊ-/ UK
a sandwich that has been toasted: a cheese/ham/tuna toasty
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