Roast - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- negative criticism (syn: knock)
- subject to laughter or ridicule (syn: blackguard, guy, rib, ridicule)
The chicken is roasting in the oven.
We roasted the peanuts over the fire.
The peanuts roasted over the fire.
We were roasting in the hot sun.
The movie is being roasted by the critics.
She made a roast for dinner.
We're having pork roast for dinner.
The meat was roasting in the oven.
If we were to roast him it might hurt our business.
I was roasted for falling asleep in a deck-chair during play.
These films have been roasted by most critics.
Are you going to roast the chicken?
We caught a rabbit and roasted it over an open fire.
His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday
The roast should serve six.
present participle: roasting
past tense: roasted
past participle: roasted