Translation of "toast" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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toastnoun

uk /təʊst/ us /toʊst/

toast noun (BREAD)

A2 [ U ] sliced bread made warm, crisp (= hard enough to break), and brown by being put near a high heat

烤麵包片,吐司
a slice of toast 一塊烤麵包片
I have toast and jam for breakfast. 我早飯吃烤麵包片和橘子醬。
I'm having beans on toast for supper. 晚飯我吃烤麵包片加豆子。

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toast noun (DRINK)

C1 [ C ] an expression of good wishes or respect for someone that involves holding up and then drinking from a glass of alcohol, especially wine, after a short speech

祝酒;乾杯
Now, if you'd all please raise your glasses, I'd like to propose a toast to the bride and groom. 現在請大家都舉起杯來,我提議為新娘新郎乾杯。
Champagne corks popped and the guests drank a toast to the happy couple. 香檳酒瓶砰地打開了,客人舉杯為這對幸福的伉儷乾杯。

toastverb [ T ]

uk /təʊst/ us /toʊst/

toast verb [ T ] (HEAT)

to make bread or other food warm, crisp (= hard enough to break), and brown by putting it near a high heat

烤,烘
Do you want this bread toasted? 你要把這塊麵包烤一烤嗎?
The sandwich was served on lightly toasted ciabatta. 我能要一份烤三明治嗎?

informal to warm yourself or part of your body

使暖和,給…烤火
He's just toasting his feet by the fire. 他正在火旁烤腳。

toast verb [ T ] (DRINK)

to hold up your glass and then drink as an expression of good wishes or respect

為…乾杯
We toasted the happy couple. 我們為這對幸福的伉儷乾杯。

(Translation of “toast” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)