French toast

French toast NOUN 1) bread coated in egg and milk and fried. 2) Brit. bread buttered on one side and toasted on the other.

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  • French toast — n [U] pieces of bread put into a mixture of egg and milk and then cooked in hot oil …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • French toast — noun uncount bread covered in raw egg and milk and cooked in hot fat …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • French toast — French′ toast′ n. coo bread dipped in a batter of egg and milk and sautéed until brown • Etymology: 1880–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • French toast — ☆ French toast n. sliced bread dipped in a batter of egg and milk and then fried …   English World dictionary

  • French toast — noun bread slice dipped in egg and milk and fried; topped with sugar or fruit or syrup • Hypernyms: ↑dish * * * noun Usage: usually capitalized F : bread dipped in a mixture of egg and milk and then sautéed * * * bread dipped in a batter of egg… …   Useful english dictionary

  • French Toast — Armer Ritter Arme Ritter, Rostige Ritter, Fotzelschnitten, Semmelschnitten, Kartäuserklöße, Weckschnitten, Gebackener Weck, Pofesen, Blinder Fisch oder French Toast sind eine einfache Süßspeise aus altbackenen Brötchen oder Weißbrotscheiben.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • French toast — n. to make French toast * * * to make French toast …   Combinatory dictionary

  • French toast — noun Food prepared by dipping bread into egg batter and frying. Id like syrup on my French toast …   Wiktionary

  • French toast — /frɛntʃ ˈtoʊst/ (say french tohst) noun sliced bread soaked in a milk and egg batter and lightly fried …   Australian English dictionary

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