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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.]

roasting

(ˈrəʊstɪŋ)
adj
extremely hot
n
severe criticism
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roasting - cooking (meat) by dry heat in an oven (usually with fat added)roasting - cooking (meat) by dry heat in an oven (usually with fat added); "the slow roasting took several hours"
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"
barbecuing - roasting a large piece of meat on a revolving spit out of doors over an open fire
basting - moistening a roast as it is cooking

roasting

noun
1. reprimand, dressing down (informal), chastisement, bawling-out (informal), criticism, discipline, condemnation, telling-off, castigation He was given a roasting from his boss.
adjective
1. blazing, baking, blistering, scorching, sizzling, sweltering, boiling hot, extremely hot Not all of Britain was roasting in the nineties today.

roasting

adjective
Translations
حار جِدا
parný
steikjandi
sparný
kavurucu

roasting

[ˈrəʊstɪŋ]
A. ADJ
1. [chicken etc] → para asar
2. (= hot) [day, heat] → abrasador
B. N
1. (Culin) → asado m; [of coffee] → tostadura f, tueste m
2. to give sb a roasting (= criticize) → criticar a algn, censurar a algn; (= scold) → desollar vivo a algn
C. CPD roasting jack, roasting spit Nasador m

roasting

[ˈrəʊstɪŋ] n
to give sb a roasting → sonner les cloches à qn

roasting

n
(lit)Braten nt
(inf: = criticism) → Verriss m; (= telling-off)Standpauke f; to give somebody a roastingjdn verreißen, jdm eine Standpauke halten
adj
(inf: = hot) days, weatherknallheiß (inf)
(Cook) → zum Braten; roasting chickenBrathähnchen nt; roasting meatBratenfleisch nt

roasting

:
roasting bag
nBratschlauch m
roasting tin, roasting tray
nBräter m

roasting

[ˈrəʊstɪŋ]
1. adj
a. (chicken) → da fare arrosto; (pan) → per arrosti
b. (fam) a roasting (hot) dayuna giornata torrida
2. n (fam) to give sb a roastingdare una lavata di capo a qn

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.
References in classic literature ?
A Frenchman who had just pushed a Russian soldier away was squatting by the fire, engaged in roasting a piece of meat stuck on a ramrod.
Life, in its freedom of come and go, by heaving sea and reeling deck, through the home of the trade-winds, back and forth between the ports, ceased there for him in Walter Merritt Emory's office, while the calm-browed Miss Judson looked on and marvelled that a man's flesh should roast and the man wince not from the roasting of it.
Mary did look up, and she did stare at me: the ladle with which she was basting a pair of chickens roasting at the fire, did for some three minutes hang suspended in air; and for the same space of time John's knives also had rest from the polishing process: but Mary, bending again over the roast, said only -
Much the miller's son fell to roasting the deer afresh, while another and fatter beast was set to frizzle on the other side of the fire.
Antioxidant increases upon roasting in blanched seed peanut were attributed to greater concentrations of phenolic compounds and/or "browning" reaction products.
Or maybe you just think it would be a hoot to try.Maybe youAAEre just a coffee geek.The jump into the rabbit hole of roasting can start with simple desire.
The traditional roast typically consists of roasted meat, roast potatoes (roasted in meat dripping but more recently, due to the unhealthy nature of saturated fats, in vegetable oil), Yorkshire pudding, two or three roast and/or boiled seasonal vegetables (for example mashed swede or turnip, roast parsnip, boiled or steamed cabbage, broccoli, green beans and boiled carrots and peas) and gravy made from juices released by the roasting meat.
The next wave in achieving coffee perfection at home was in actually roasting one's own beans, but the machines that were available were costly and required practice and training to use correctly without burning the beans; also, consistency was often an elusive goal.
Java Roasting, which owns Java Roasting Cafe and a couple other brands, currently has four Arkansas storefronts--three in Little Rock and one in Bentonville--and hopes [T.sup.2] can help it grow outside the Natural State.
'Without doubt the better the quality of the raw ingredient, the better the roast will be, and this is vitally important, since roasting brings out and exposes the best and worst in food.'
``Without doubt the better the quality of the raw ingredient, the better the roast will be, and this is vitally important since roasting brings out and exposes the best and worst in food.
This wonderful, well-illustrated book encourages roasting food, one of the healthiest ways to prepare a variety of different dishes.