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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoastertoast‧er /ˈtəʊstə $ ˈtoʊstər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  toaster.jpg DFCa machine you use for toasting bread
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toasterHow about a toaster that clicked because you activated it by twisting a taut timer dial?She had been the first to buy a toaster.There is no television, video, fax machine, even an oven or a toaster.A toaster, a pram and a hostess trolley, all lay wreathed in weed.It's an electrical shop, with a shining chrome display of toasters, coffee-pots, and electric carving-knives.You can also bake in small pancake-sized disks and store them for popping into the toaster later.Then she put two slices of toast into the toaster, and plugged the kettle in.Three toasters sailed away like spindrift in the gale.
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