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toast and jam
a slice of toast
We drank a toast to the happy couple.
He proposed a toast to the marketing team.
If she finds out, we're toast.
The next day she was the toast of Paris, with wonderful reviews in all the newspapers.
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American definition of toast from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.