Spanish Word for toast  

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Spanish Word: brindis, asar
The Spanish Word for toast
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Translated sentences containing 'toast'
He used to eat toast with butter for breakfast.
Solía desayunar tostadas de pan con mantequilla.
The guests toast to the happiness of the newlyweds.
Los invitados brindan por la felicidad de los novios.
They eat eggs and toast for breakfast.
Ellos se desayunan con huevos y pan tostado.
Toast the bread before putting on butter.
Tuesta el pan antes de ponerle mantequilla.
I like to toast myself in the sun.
Me gusta tostarme al sol.
Let us toast the new promotion!
¡Brindemos por el nuevo ascenso!

I propose a toast, with my glass half full: two cheers for the Lisbon Treaty.
Propongo un brindis con mi copa medio llena: dos brindis por el Tratado de Lisboa.
As has been touched on already, in my home country of Scotland to toast one with a glass of whisky we say 'Slàinte mhaith' .
Ya se ha hablado antes de esta cuestión, así que acabaré diciendo que en mi país, Escocia, para brindar con un vaso de whisky decimos «Slàinte mhaith».
Indeed, after the enthusiastic advocacy of Mr Posselt, Mr Bösch and Mr Habsburg, I can scarcely wait to toast that occasion in Slovenian wine.
De hecho, después de la entusiasta defensa hecha por el Sr. Posselt, el Sr. Bösch y el Sr. Habsburg, estoy impaciente por brindar en esa ocasión con vino esloveno.
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