n.祝酒, 祝酒词, 被祝酒的人
v.(为 ... )祝酒
If you cut the bread (ie into slices) we'll make some toast.
We breakfasted on toast and coffee.
He spread some strawberry jam on his toast.
I wish to propose a toast to our friendship.
He put the toast on the breakfast tray.
I had two slices of toast as breakfast.
I propose a toast to the health of the guests.
Let's toast the friendship between two countries.
Lally was spreading marmalade on a piece of toast.
She toasted bread for breakfast.
He toasted his feet before the fire.
She sat toasting in the sun.
1. 祝酒; 敬酒[C][(+to)]
We all drank a toast to the bride and groom.
3. 被敬酒的人(或事)[the S]
The King was the first toast drunk by the officers.
4. 极受欢迎的人(或事)[the S][(+of)]
After the success of her show she was the toast of Broadway.
They toasted the signing of the new agreement.