Did you know that 吐司 ≠ toast?
“to brown with heat,” late 14c., from Old French toster “to toast, to grill, roast, burn” (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *tostare (source of Italian tostare, Spanish tostar), frequentative of Latin torrere (past participle tostus) “to parch”
“piece of bread browned by fire or dry heat,” early 15c., from toast (v.1); originally as something added to wine, ale, etc. From 17c. in the modern sense as something eaten on its own with a spread.
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