There are 3 translations of roast in Spanish:

roast1

Pronunciation: /rəʊst/

adj

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There are 3 translations of roast in Spanish:

roast2

n

  • 1 1.1 (roasted meat) asado (masculine) (al horno) Sunday roastasado que se come tradicionalmente los domingos en Gran Bretaña acompañado de verduras etc 1.2 (uncooked meat) trozo (masculine) de carne para asar
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    • Featured under this brand are steaks, roasts, ground meat, patties and prepared chili.
    • For best quality, cook ground bison within two days of purchase, and steaks and roasts within three to five days.
    • He loaded me up with six dozen huge brown eggs, a jar of homemade pear jam, and three packages of steaks and roasts - all in exchange for driving him.
  • 2 (grilling, teasing) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar] the club holds an annual roast of one of its members cada año el club le gasta una broma pesada a uno de sus socios

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There are 3 translations of roast in Spanish:

roast3

vt

  • 1.1 (cook) [meat/potatoes/chestnuts] asar; [coffee beans] tostar*, torrefaccionar; [peanuts] tostar* to be roasted alive quemarse vivo
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    • The pages for January show children sledding with homemade wooden sleds, roasting apples over an open fire and pulling taffy.
    • Menu trends often highlight roasted garlic, and the fiery food trend that has swept the nation has caused hot peppers to become well known to many consumers.
    • You can boil it or roast it over the fire, as you like.
    1.2 (reprimand) they were roasted for smoking les dieron un buen sermón por fumar, se llevaron una buena bronca por fumar [colloquial/familiar] 1.3 (American English/inglés norteamericano) (ridicule) [person] ridiculizar*

vi

  • 1.1 [meat] asarse 1.2 [colloquial/familiar] (be hot) asarse (de calor) [colloquial/familiar] I'm roasting in this sweater me estoy asando or [colloquial/familiar] achicharrando con este suéter
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    • As we witness the people of Xenon, their houses destroyed by the battle and nearly roasted by a volcano, we are supposed to feel pity for these gamers and the loss of the computer system that caused the destruction.
    • On Monday I got roasted in the sun in Taunton.
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    • Some of the edgier, underground-variety indie films released by Phaedra were roasted by the critics.
    • This is a movie whose brain belongs in its pants, and which deserves to be roasted for the turkey it truly is.
    • He is roasted as often as he is sainted, as when these actors discuss their estrangement from him.
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    • There's nothing better than seeing a celebrity get roasted, especially by a master such as Groucho.
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    • After the lamb has been roasting for an hour, open the oven and add potatoes and white onions.
    • We were avoided by all the staff we saw and astonished at the lavish spread laid out for brunch, including an enormous cow on a spit, roasting in preparation for the evening's event.
    • Oval, with smooth, white-to-buff skin and white flesh, these are ideal for roasting, steaming, or boiling.

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Word of the day ampolla
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blister …
Cultural fact of the day

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an