• buttered [dry] toast
  • バターを塗った[塗らない]トースト
  • drink [make] a toast to a person
  • 人のために乾杯する[乾杯の音頭をとる]
  • propose a toast
  • 乾杯を呼びかける
  • After several rounds, Gertrude toasts Hamlet—against the urgent warning of Claudius—accidentally drinking the wine he poisoned.
  • Wikipedia: Hamlet
  • After the match the players and officials attended a dinner at which former Prime Minister David Lloyd George proposed the toast.
  • Wikipedia: 1923 FA Cup Final
  • At the dinner to commemorate the end of the bridge tour, civil war veteran General Henry Warner Slocum gave a toast and called the Suspension Bridge a symbol of inspiration for the United States in its rebuilding efforts.
  • Wikipedia: Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge
  • Carroll's case may have been undermined when he came to the defense of his nephew, who had raised a toast to the Catholic James Stuart.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Carroll the Settler
  • Dashwood often had himself depicted in portraits in fancy dress (in one, dressed as the pope toasting a female Herme), and it is his love of fancy dress which seems to have pervaded through to his parties at West Wycombe Park.
  • Wikipedia: West Wycombe Park
  • Dressing stations were set up at strategic points to treat the mock casualties; they also treated the two real casualties of the event, a soldier who sprained his ankle and a woman who cut her thumb preparing toast during the early-morning blackout.
  • Wikipedia: If Day
  • Every January 19, in the early hours of the morning, the person made a toast of cognac to Poe's original grave marker and left three roses.
  • Wikipedia: Edgar Allan Poe
  • For 18 months Anderson was the toast of New York society.
  • Wikipedia: Anna Anderson
  • In their first week after hatching, the ducklings would be fed on boiled eggs, toast soaked in water, boiled rice and beef liver.
  • Wikipedia: Aylesbury duck
  • Knox-Johnston, thoroughly at home on the sea, treated himself to a generous dose of whisky and held a rousing solo carol service, then drank a toast to the Queen at 3pm.
  • Wikipedia: Sunday Times Golden Globe Race
  • Maple syrup and its various artificial imitations are widely used as toppings for pancakes, waffles, and French toast in North America.
  • Wikipedia: Maple syrup
  • She was amused by the children making tadpoles on toast for their French master, and encouraged them to confide in her.
  • Wikipedia: Edward VIII
  • The director encouraged Adams and Goodman to make other allusions to classical operatic forms; thus the expectant chorus that begins the work, the heroic aria for Nixon following his entrance, and the dueling toasts in the final scene of Act 1.
  • Wikipedia: Nixon in China (opera)
  • The fine gentleman of the play, drinking his mistress's health in Nantes brandy from six in the morning to the time he waddled upon the stage in the evening, had toasted himself up to such a pitch of vigour, I confess I once gave Amanda for gone.
  • Wikipedia: The Relapse
  • The moment when the badnjak burns through may be marked with festivities, such as the log being kissed by the head of household, and wine being poured over it accompanied by toasts.
  • Wikipedia: Badnjak (Serbian)