(=food) pain m grillé, toast m
a piece of toast une tranche de pain grillé, un toast
→ beans on toast
(=drink, speech) toast m
to drink a toast to sb porter un toast à qn
→ They drank a toast to the dead.
to propose a toast proposer un toast
→ At the end of the meal Burgoyne was asked to propose a toast.
→ I'd like to propose a toast to the bride and groom.
* to be toast être cuit (e)
If she catches you, you're toast. Si elle t'attrape, tu es cuit.
[+bread] faire griller
→ Toast the bread lightly on both sides.
a toasted sandwich un sandwich grillé
(=drink to) porter un toast à → Party officials toasted his health.
n toast m à la cannelle
→ I had made some hot chocolate and cinnamon toast
(US, bread dipped in egg and then fried) pain m perdu
(=very thin toast) pain m grillé (d'un seul côté)
n porte-toast m inv
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