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toast

US [toʊst]
UK [təʊst]
  • n.干杯;祝酒;敬酒;烤面包片
  • v.为…举杯敬酒;为…干杯;烤(尤指面包);把…烤得焦黄
  • Web吐司;土司;祝酒词
Plural Form:toasts  Present Participle:toasting  Past Tense:toasted  
toast
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n.
1.
[u]
烤面包片;吐司slices of bread that have been made brown and crisp by heating them on both sides in a toaster or under a grill
cheese on toast
烤面包片加奶酪
a piece of toast
一块烤面包片
two slices/rounds of toast
两片烤面包片
2.
[c]
~ (to sb/sth)
干杯;祝酒;敬酒the act of a group of people wishing sb happiness, success, etc. by drinking a glass of sth, especially alcohol, at the same time
I'd like to propose a toast to the bride and groom.
我提议为新娘新郎干杯。
The committee drank a toast to the new project.
委员会为这项新计划干杯。
3.
[sing]
the ~ of…
(在某领域)广受赞誉的人,有口皆碑的人a person who is praised by a lot of people in a particular place because of sth that they have done well
The performance made her the toast of the festival.
她的演出使她在会演中备受推崇。
IDM
One mistake and you're toast.
要是出一次错,你就完了。
be toast
(informal)
会死;要完蛋to be likely to die or be destroyed
One mistake and you're toast.
要是出一次错,你就完了。
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb/sth
为…举杯敬酒;为…干杯to lift a glass of wine, etc. in the air and drink it at the same time as other people in order to wish sb/sth success, happiness, etc.
The happy couple were toasted in champagne.
人们举起香槟酒为这对幸福的伉俪干杯。
We toasted the success of the new company.
我们为新公司的成功干杯。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
烤(尤指面包);把…烤得焦黄to make sth, especially bread, turn brown by heating it in a toaster or close to heat; to turn brown in this way
a toasted sandwich
烤过的三明治
Place under a hot grill until the nuts have toasted.
把这些坚果放在高温烤架下面烤熟。
3.
[t]
~ sth
烤火;取暖;使暖和to warm a part of your body by placing it near a fire

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