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roast

 (rōst)
v. roast·ed, roast·ing, roasts
v.tr.
1. To cook with dry heat, as in an oven or near hot coals.
2. To dry, brown, or parch by exposing to heat.
3. To expose to great or excessive heat.
4. Metallurgy To heat (ores) in a furnace in order to dehydrate, purify, or oxidize before smelting.
5. Informal
a. To ridicule or criticize harshly.
b. To honor at or subject to a roast.
v.intr.
1. To cook food in an oven.
2. To undergo roasting.
n.
1.
a. Something roasted.
b. A cut of meat suitable or prepared for roasting.
2.
a. The act or process of roasting.
b. The state of being roasted.
3.
a. Harsh ridicule or criticism.
b. A facetious tribute, as at a banquet, in which the honoree is alternately praised and insulted.
adj.
Roasted: roast duck.

[Middle English rosten, from Old French rostir, of Germanic origin.]

roast

(rəʊst)
vb (mainly tr)
1. (Cookery) to cook (meat or other food) by dry heat, usually with added fat and esp in an oven
2. (Cookery) to brown or dry (coffee, etc) by exposure to heat
3. (Metallurgy) metallurgy to heat (an ore) in order to produce a concentrate that is easier to smelt
4. to heat (oneself or something) to an extreme degree, as when sunbathing, sitting before the fire, etc
5. (intr) to be excessively and uncomfortably hot
6. informal to criticize severely
n
(Cookery) something that has been roasted, esp meat
[C13: from Old French rostir, of Germanic origin; compare Middle Dutch roosten to roast]

roast

(roʊst)

v.t.
1. to cook (meat or other food) by direct exposure to dry heat, as in an oven or over live coals.
2. to parch by exposure to heat, as coffee beans.
3. to cook or heat by embedding in hot coals, embers, etc.: to roast chestnuts.
4. to heat excessively.
5. to heat (ore or the like) in air in order to oxidize.
6. to warm (one's hands, etc.) at a hot fire.
7. to ridicule or criticize severely or mercilessly.
8. to honor with or subject to a roast.
v.i.
9. to roast meat or other food.
10. to undergo the process of becoming roasted.
n.
11. a piece of meat that has been roasted or is suitable for roasting.
12. something that is roasted.
13. the act or process of roasting.
14. severe criticism.
15. a facetious ceremonial tribute in which the guest of honor is both praised and good-naturedly insulted.
16. an outdoor get-together at which food is roasted: a weenie roast.
adj.
17. roasted: roast beef.
[1250–1300; (v.) Middle English rosten < Old French rostir < Germanic; compare Dutch roosten, German rösten; (adj.) earlier the past participle, Middle English roste]

roast

  • rule the roost - Was first "rule the roast," as it referred to the master of the house who sat at the head of the table.
  • steak - Seems to be related to Old Norse steikja, "roast on a spit," and stikna, "be roasted."
  • dry roast - To roast without oils.
  • rotisserie - First meant a restaurant or shop specializing in roasted or barbecued meat.

roast


Past participle: roasted
Gerund: roasting

Imperative
roast
roast
Present
I roast
you roast
he/she/it roasts
we roast
you roast
they roast
Preterite
I roasted
you roasted
he/she/it roasted
we roasted
you roasted
they roasted
Present Continuous
I am roasting
you are roasting
he/she/it is roasting
we are roasting
you are roasting
they are roasting
Present Perfect
I have roasted
you have roasted
he/she/it has roasted
we have roasted
you have roasted
they have roasted
Past Continuous
I was roasting
you were roasting
he/she/it was roasting
we were roasting
you were roasting
they were roasting
Past Perfect
I had roasted
you had roasted
he/she/it had roasted
we had roasted
you had roasted
they had roasted
Future
I will roast
you will roast
he/she/it will roast
we will roast
you will roast
they will roast
Future Perfect
I will have roasted
you will have roasted
he/she/it will have roasted
we will have roasted
you will have roasted
they will have roasted
Future Continuous
I will be roasting
you will be roasting
he/she/it will be roasting
we will be roasting
you will be roasting
they will be roasting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been roasting
you have been roasting
he/she/it has been roasting
we have been roasting
you have been roasting
they have been roasting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been roasting
you will have been roasting
he/she/it will have been roasting
we will have been roasting
you will have been roasting
they will have been roasting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been roasting
you had been roasting
he/she/it had been roasting
we had been roasting
you had been roasting
they had been roasting
Conditional
I would roast
you would roast
he/she/it would roast
we would roast
you would roast
they would roast
Past Conditional
I would have roasted
you would have roasted
he/she/it would have roasted
we would have roasted
you would have roasted
they would have roasted

roast

To cook food in heated air, usually in an oven.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roast - a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portionroast - a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion
cut of meat, cut - a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
blade roast - a roast cut from the blade
pot roast - cut of beef suitable for simmering in liquid in a closed pot
rib roast, standing rib roast - a cut of meat (beef or venison) including more than one rib and the meat located along the outside of the ribs
top round - roast cut from the round; usually suitable for roasting
rump roast - a cut of beef or veal from the fleshy hindquarters of the animal
beef roast, roast beef - cut of beef suitable for roasting
roast veal, veal roast - cut of veal suitable for roasting
lamb roast, roast lamb - a cut of lamb suitable for roasting
pork roast, roast pork - cut of pork suitable for roasting
2.roast - negative criticism
criticism, critique - a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
Verb1.roast - cook with dry heat, usually in an oven; "roast the turkey"
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
cook - transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
pan roast - roast in a pan; "pan-roast that meat"
2.roast - subject to laughter or ridiculeroast - subject to laughter or ridicule; "The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house"; "The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher"; "His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday"
bemock, mock - treat with contempt; "The new constitution mocks all democratic principles"
tease - mock or make fun of playfully; "the flirting man teased the young woman"
lampoon, satirise, satirize - ridicule with satire; "The writer satirized the politician's proposal"
debunk, expose - expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas; "The physicist debunked the psychic's claims"
stultify - cause to appear foolish; "He stultified himself by contradicting himself and being inconsistent"
Adj.1.roast - (meat) cooked by dry heat in an oven
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat

roast

verb
1. cook, bake, grill, broil (U.S.), spit-roast I would rather roast a chicken whole.
2. criticize, condemn, censure, disparage, knock (informal), blast, pan (informal), slam (slang), flame (informal), carp, put down, slate (informal), have a go (at) (informal), disapprove of, tear into (informal), diss (slang, chiefly U.S.), find fault with, nag at, lambast(e), pick holes in, excoriate, pick to pieces, give (someone or something) a bad press, animadvert on or upon, pass strictures upon She was roasted by the critics.

roast

verb
1. To feel or look hot:
2. Informal. To criticize harshly and devastatingly:
Slang: slam.
Idioms: burn someone's ears, crawl all over, pin someone's ears back, put someone on the griddle, put someone on the hot seat, rake over the coals, read the riot act to.
Translations
مُحَمَّصيُحَمِّصيَشْوي لَحْماشِواء، لَحْم مَشْوي
pečeněpečenýpécipéctpražit
stegstegestegtriste
paistipariloidapaahdettupaahtaapaistaa
butpečen
megsülpörkölsülsült hús
ristasteiksteikjasteiktur
焼いた焼く煎った煎る酷評
구운굽기에 적합한 고기 토막
baisiai karštabaisiai karštasiškeptikepsnysmėsa kepsniui
cepešgaļacepetisceptceptiescepts
pečienka
pečenpečenkapečipražiti
stekugnstekt
เนื้อที่ใช้สำหรับอบที่อบ
kavrulmuşkavurmakkemikli etızgarada/fırında pişirmekızgarada/fırında pişmiş
quaysúc thịt

roast

[rəʊst]
A. Nasado m
B. ADJasado; [coffee] → torrefacto, tostado
roast beefrosbif m
C. VT
1. [+ meat] → asar; [+ coffee] → tostar
2. (fig) the sun which was roasting the cityel sol que achicharraba la ciudad
to roast one's feet by the fireasarse los pies junto al fuego
to roast o.s. in the suntostarse al sol
3. to roast sb (= criticize) → criticar a algn, censurar a algn; (= scold) → desollar vivo a algn
D. VI [meat] → asarse (fig) [person] → tostarse
we roasted there for a whole monthnos asamos allí durante un mes entero

roast

[ˈrəʊst]
nrôti m
adj [potatoes, vegetables, meat] → rôti(e)
roast chicken → poulet m rôti
roast potatoes → pommes fpl de terre rôties
roast pork → rôti m de porc
roast lamb → agneau m rôti
vt [+ meat] → faire rôtir, rôtirroast beef nrôti m de bœuf, rosbif m

roast

nBraten m; pork roastSchweinebraten m
adj pork, vealgebraten; potatoesin Fett im Backofen gebraten; roast chickenBrathähnchen nt; roast beefRoastbeef nt; we had roast porkes gab Schweinebraten
vt
meatbraten; chestnuts, coffee beans, orerösten; to roast oneself by the fire/in the sunsich am Feuer/in der Sonne braten lassen; to be roasted alive (fig)sich totschwitzen (inf); (by sun) → gebraten werden (inf) ? also roasting
(inf, = criticize) → ins Gericht gehen mit (inf)
vi (meat)braten; (inf, person) → irrsinnig schwitzen (inf); (in sun) → in der Sonne braten ? also roasting

roast

[rəʊst]
1. narrosto
2. adjarrosto inv
3. vt (meat) → arrostire; (coffee) → tostare
4. viarrostire
I'm roasting! (fam) → sto crepando dal caldo!

roast

(rəust) verb
1. to cook or be cooked in an oven, or over or in front of a fire etc. to roast a chicken over the fire; The beef was roasting in the oven.
2. to heat (coffee-beans) before grinding.
adjective
roasted. roast beef/chestnuts.
noun
meat that has been roasted or is for roasting. She bought a roast; a delicious roast.
ˈroasting adjective
very hot. It's roasting outside.

roast

قِطْعَةٌ كَبِيرَةٌ مِنَ الَلَّحْمِ لِلطَبْخِ فِي الفُرْنِ, مُحَمَّص pečeně, pečený steg, stegt Bratenstück, gebraten κότσι, ψημένος asado, trozo de carne paistettu, paisti rôti but, pečen arrosto, taglio di carne 焼いた, 骨付き肉 구운, 굽기에 적합한 고기 토막 braadstuk, geroosterd stek, stekt pieczony, schab assado, pedaço de carne жареный, мясной отруб stek, ugnstekt เนื้อที่ใช้สำหรับอบ, ที่อบ kavrulmuş, kemikli et quay, súc thịt 大块肉, 烘烤的

roast

a. asado-a
___ meatcarne ___;
v. asar, hornear.

roast

vt asar
References in classic literature ?
Everything turned out well, which was a mercy, Hannah said, "For my mind was that flustered, Mum, that it's a merrycle I didn't roast the pudding, and stuff the turkey with raisins, let alone bilin' of it in a cloth.
I have seen her put even a roast goose in this quilt to keep it hot.
The roast was in some way not to his fancy, and he did not like the manner in which the vegetables were served.
The varlets know the better pieces of the deer; and one would think they might carve and roast a saddle, equal to the best cook in the land
Requesting Phoebe to roast some coffee,--which she casually observed was the real Mocha, and so long kept that each of the small berries ought to be worth its weight in gold,--the maiden lady heaped fuel into the vast receptacle of the ancient fireplace in such quantity as soon to drive the lingering dusk out of the kitchen.
His gourmandism was a highly agreeable trait; and to hear him talk of roast meat was as appetizing as a pickle or an oyster.
The roast mutton was on the table, and I had dispensed with attendance.
Look at your knife-handle, there, my civilized and enlightened gourmand dining off that roast beef, what is that handle made of?
Who's afraid of him, except the old governor who daresn't catch him and put him in double-darbies, as he deserves, but lets him go about kidnapping people; aye, and signed a bond with him, that all the people the devil kidnapped, he'd roast for him?
The last time they had had a big basket with them and all their Christmas marketing to do--a roast of pork and a cabbage and some rye bread, and a pair of mittens for Ona, and a rubber doll that squeaked, and a little green cornucopia full of candy to be hung from the gas jet and gazed at by half a dozen pairs of longing eyes.
Now, there's Dinah gets you a capital dinner,--soup, ragout, roast fowl, dessert, ice-creams and all,--and she creates it all out of chaos and old night down there, in that kitchen.
She fetched crockery -- new, and plenty of it; new wooden goblets and other table furniture; and beer, fish, chicken, a goose, eggs, roast beef, roast mutton, a ham, a small roast pig, and a wealth of genuine white wheaten bread.