English version

dry bread/toast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdry bread/toastdry bread/toastDFFbread etc eaten on its own without anything such as butter or jam spread on it dry
Examples from the Corpus
dry bread/toastFelt v. contented but tired. 1230 lunch, carrots, dates, dry bread.Serve chilled with hot dry toast.His breakfast consists of dry bread and a cup of tea.Who wants to count calories and munch on a piece of dry toast at such a time?However, don't feed your feathered friends very dry bread, desiccated coconut or salty food.After a cup of strong coffee and a slice of dry toast, she contemplated the day ahead.It went down well, with dry bread to mop up the water.
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