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Meaning of “toasty” in the English Dictionary

"toasty" in British English

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toastyadjective

uk   /ˈtəʊ.sti/  us   /ˈtoʊ-/
  • toasty adjective (WARM)

comfortably and ​pleasantlywarm: My ​feetfeel so ​warm and toasty in the new ​slippers.
  • toasty adjective (FLAVOUR)

mainly US like ​toast: a ​whitewine with a toasty ​flavour

toastynoun [C]

(also toastie) uk   /ˈtəʊ.sti/  us   /ˈtoʊ-/ UK
a ​sandwich that has been ​toasted: a ​cheese/​ham/​tuna toasty
(Definition of toasty from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"toasty" in American English

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toastyadjective

 us   /ˈtoʊ·sti/
warm and ​comfortable: You must ​feelnice and toasty ​sitting in ​front of the ​fire.
(Definition of toasty from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “toasty”
in Chinese (Simplified) 温暖的, 暖烘烘的,温暖舒适的…
in Turkish sıcak ve rahat…
in Russian теплый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 溫暖的, 暖烘烘的,溫暖舒適的…
in Polish przytulny…
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