- n a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion
- n negative criticism
- v cook with dry heat, usually in an oven
roast the turkey
- v subject to laughter or ridicule
His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday
- s (meat) cooked by dry heat in an oven
- Gordon Ramsay and April Bloomfield asked for roast beef; Jamie Oliver chose a big bowl of spaghetti chased with rice pudding; Laurent Tourondel would have a tuna sandwich with .
- If you aren't ready to roast at home, you can still get fresher coffee.
- MANNERS MORALS When preparing pot roast of horse, the cook should remember that the meat tends to be sweet.
- Wang Zhizhi in USA Today
I'll be happy to meet him in Beijing,Wang said. "We played basketball together and are good friends. I'll try to find a chance to show him around the city and bring him to a roast duck restaurant."
- Boog Powell in The Canadian Press
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84372 112106 roast When I'm up there hawking my roast beef, people are coming up and saying, 'Why don't you make a comeback?'" Powell said. "I say, 'I can still hit. Can you run for me?'"