What does toast mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. toast(noun)

    slices of bread that have been toasted

  2. toast(noun)

    a celebrity who receives much acclaim and attention

    "he was the toast of the town"

  3. goner, toast(noun)

    a person in desperate straits; someone doomed

    "I'm a goner if this plan doesn't work"; "one mistake and you're toast"

  4. pledge, toast(verb)

    a drink in honor of or to the health of a person or event

  5. crispen, toast, crisp(verb)

    make brown and crisp by heating

    "toast bread"; "crisp potatoes"

  6. toast, drink, pledge, salute, wassail(verb)

    propose a toast to

    "Let us toast the birthday girl!"; "Let's drink to the New Year"

Wiktionary

  1. toast(Noun)

    Toasted bread.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  2. toast(Noun)

    A proposed salutation (e.g. to say "cheers") while drinking alcohol.

    At the reception, there were many toasts from the well-wishers.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  3. toast(Noun)

    A person, group, or notable object to which a salutation with alcohol is made; a person or group held in similar esteem.

    He was the toast of high society.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  4. toast(Noun)

    Something that will be no more; something subject to impending destruction, harm or injury.

    If I ever get my hands on the guy that stole my wallet, he's toast!

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  5. toast(Noun)

    Extemporaneous narrative poem or rap.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  6. toast(Noun)

    A software engineering term for a transient, pop-up informational window

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  7. toast(Verb)

    To lightly cook by browning via direct exposure to a fire or other heat source.

    We liked to toast marshmallows around the campfire.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  8. toast(Verb)

    To grill, lightly cook by browning specifically under a grill or in a toaster

    Top with cheese and toast under the grill for a few minutes.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  9. toast(Verb)

    To engage in a salutation and/or accompanying raising of glasses while drinking alcohol in honor of someone or something.

    We toasted the happy couple many times over the course of the evening.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

  10. toast(Verb)

    To perform extemporaneous narrative poem or rap.

    Etymology: From toster (to roast, to grill), from tostus (grilled, burnt, from verb torrere (to burn, to grill)).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Toast(verb)

    to dry and brown by the heat of a fire; as, to toast bread

  2. Toast(verb)

    to warm thoroughly; as, to toast the feet

  3. Toast(verb)

    to name when a health is proposed to be drunk; to drink to the health, or in honor, of; as, to toast a lady

  4. Toast

    bread dried and browned before a fire, usually in slices; also, a kind of food prepared by putting slices of toasted bread into milk, gravy, etc

  5. Toast

    a lady in honor of whom persons or a company are invited to drink; -- so called because toasts were formerly put into the liquor, as a great delicacy

  6. Toast

    hence, any person, especially a person of distinction, in honor of whom a health is drunk; hence, also, anything so commemorated; a sentiment, as "The land we live in," "The day we celebrate," etc

Freebase

  1. Toast

    Toast is bread that has been browned by exposure to radiant heat. This browning is the result of a Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread and makes it firmer, so it holds toppings more securely. Toasting is a common method of making stale bread more palatable.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Toast

    tōst, v.t. to dry and scorch at the fire: to name when a health is drunk: to drink to the health of.—v.i. to drink toasts.—n. bread toasted: a slice of such dipped in liquor: the person or thing named whose health is to be drunk.—ns. Toast′er, one who, or that which, toasts; Toast′ing-fork, -ī′ron, a long-handled fork for toasting bread: a sword; Toast′-mas′ter, the master and announcer of toasts at public dinners; Toast′-rack, a stand, with partitions for slices of toast, for setting on the table. [O. Fr. toster—L. tostus, roasted, pa.p. of torrēre.]

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. toast

    1. n.Any completely inoperable system or component, esp. one that has just crashed and burned: “Uh, oh ... I think the serial board is toast.” (This sense went mainstream around 1993.) 2. vt. To cause a system to crash accidentally, especially in a manner that requires manual rebooting. “Rick just toasted the firewall machine again.” Compare fried.

British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'toast' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3045

  2. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'toast' in Nouns Frequency: #2965

Anagrams for toast »

  1. toats

  2. stoat

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of toast in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of toast in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of toast in a Sentence

  1. President Obama:

    If they really want to pay that much for two eggs and a piece of toast, we’ll sell it to them.

  2. Anuj Somany:

    Self-seeker enjoys the most on getting the support from stupids and sycophants on own social media post bearing her/his own photo uploaded almost daily because s/he foolishly feels that they are raising the toast for her/him while they just mischievously hate or roast her/him via their LIKEs vote.

  3. Jeff Zalaznick:

    Nick McCabe said. The city’s hotels, meanwhile, are making big moves to accommodate the increasing numbers of luxury consumers. Last month, Aria introduced a luxury collection called The Tower Suites. Guests travel to and from the airport in limousines, they’re greeted at curbside and there is a dedicated entrance and private VIP lounge for speedy check-in. As soon as guests book a stay, the Tower Suites concierge reaches out to book dinner reservations and arrange show tickets. 5 best shows to see in Las Vegas This fall, Encore at the Wynn completed a design refresh, updating all suites to include push-button electronic amenities. It added custom linens and floor coverings and commissioned an amenities collection from top-of-the-line cosmetics and fragrance company Molton Brown. Meanwhile, Caesars will mark its 50th anniversary in 2016 with a $ 75 million renovation of its Roman Tower, which will be renamed the Julius Tower next month. While the behemoth resorts expand their luxury offerings, smaller boutique properties that offer a more intimate upscale experience have been opening. Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace debuted in 2013, and Delano Las Vegas and Delano Las Vegas opened last year. One of the smallest hotels, the Parisian-themed The Cromwell, opened last year with only 188 rooms, all with hardwood floors, glamorous boudoir lighting and chaise lounges. Guests are invited to a Moet Chandon toast with the general manager on Friday and Saturday nights. Ultra luxury packages at new Drai’s offer fireworks and private jets But Vegas ’ biggest draw might be its endless bounty of celebrity chef-driven restaurants. Recent eateries from boldfaced names in an already saturated market include three-Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse’s Rivea at Delano Las Vegas, two-Michelin-starred Julian Serrano’s Lago at Bellagio and two-Michelin-starred Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie at Aria. Two popular restaurants from other cities have just opened outposts in Delano Las Vegas. In October, the New York City hot spot Carbone( whose fans include Michelle Obama and Kim Kardashian) opened at Aria. Just like New York, Delano Las Vegas is Delano Las Vegas. We try to differentiate ourselves by not only serving excellent food but by creating a unique experience.

  4. Becket Executive Director Montse Alvarado:

    A hearty bah-humbug toast to university officials who make Christian and Jewish students feel like second class citizens at a time that should be full of brotherly love and giving.

  5. Tom Zegan:

    Why do toasters always have a setting that burns the toast to a horrible crisp which no decent human being would eat?

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Translations for toast

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  • النخبArabic
  • грэ́нка, тостBelarusian
  • тостBulgarian
  • torrada, torrar, brindar, brindisCatalan, Valencian
  • topinka, přípitek, toustCzech
  • tostWelsh
  • skål, ristet brødDanish
  • Röstbrot, Toast, Tischrede, rösten, toasten, Toastbrot, Trinkspruch, anstoßen, auf jds. Wohl trinkenGerman
  • φρυγανιάGreek
  • tostoEsperanto
  • brindar por, brindar, tostada, brindis, pan tostado, tostar, gratinarSpanish
  • نان تستPersian
  • paahtaa, kilistää, maljapuhe, skoolata, malja, paahtoleipäFinnish
  • skál, snerkt breyðFaroese
  • rôtie, griller, pain grillé, toast, boire à la santé de ...French
  • tóstaIrish
  • տոստ, կենացArmenian
  • brindisi, crostiniItalian
  • 祝杯, トーストJapanese
  • სადღეგრძელოGeorgian
  • 토스트Korean
  • propīnāre alicuiLatin
  • whakapakiMāori
  • тост, наздравува, здравица, двопек, потпекуваMacedonian
  • шарсан талх, хайрсан талхMongolian
  • bakarMalay
  • toost, roosteren, grillen, toasten, heildronkDutch
  • skål, toast, ristet brødNorwegian
  • kindę́ę́ʼ bááh diniiltsxoigoNavajo, Navaho
  • grzanka, toast, tostPolish
  • brinde, tostar, torrada, torrar, brindarPortuguese
  • hank'ayQuechua
  • гре́нка, тост, поджа́ривать, грено́к, поджа́ритьRussian
  • двопек, tost, dvopek, тост, prepečenac, препеченац, здравица, zdravicaSerbo-Croatian
  • hriankaSlovak
  • nazdraviti, zdravica, zdravljicaSlovene
  • rostat bröd, skål, skåla, rostaSwedish
  • சிற்றுண்டிTamil
  • ขนมปังปิ้ง, ปิ้ง, ดื่มอวยพร, ชนแก้ว, ยกแก้วThai
  • tost, kadeh kaldırmak, kadeh kaldırmaTurkish
  • грі́нка, тостUkrainian
  • tost, bod peloetölVolapük

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