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toast

verb [T] (HEAT) 加熱     /təʊst/ US  /toʊst/
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? Can I have a toasted sandwich, please? 我能要一份烤三明治嗎? Preparing food using heatPreparing food
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。 Warm
(Definition of toast verb (HEAT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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