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Translation of "toast" - English-Spanish dictionary

toast

verb /təust/
to make (bread etc) brown in front of direct heat tostar We toasted slices of bread for tea.
toasted adjective
heated by direct heat, eg under a grill a la parrilla/plancha, tostado toasted cheese Do you like your bread toasted?
toaster noun
an electric machine for toasting bread. tostadora
toaster oven noun
a small oven for toasting bread or baking food. minihorno
toast rack noun
a small stand in which slices of toast can be served portatostadas Put the toast rack on the table.
(Definition of toast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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