tossverb

  • ja軽くかき混ぜる
  • ento mix food gently to coat with sauce or dressing

Examples

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So I'm gonna hand this over to you guys 'cause you look like you're experts at tossing salad.
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- You don't want to toss our salad? - Oh!
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- You went there. - Oh, I went there.
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Cook the pasta, and then we toss it in a pan with butter.
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That too much butter?
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No, there's not such a thing.
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We're gonna add a little bit of Frank's hot sauce,
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toss them around in the bowl, and plate them up.
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We toss it very simply
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with prosciutto and cream and parmigiano.
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After the cake soaks overnight, we toss it in toasted coconut flakes.

Other meanings for toss...

tossverb

  • ja家宅捜査を強行する
  • ento search a room, apartment, house, office, or person without regard to the condition in which the premises or person are left
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You still have to toss the room because they have hidden devices.
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I don't know where they come from!

tossverb

  • jaほうる、軽く投げる
  • ento throw gently, lightly, or carelessly
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I have arrived at the safe!
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Goomer, punch in 7-4-7-3-9.
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Hi.
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Yeah, toss me a puck.
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Sure.
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Ow, my nose!
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There's no method to it, but you can toss it in the air
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and do a little boom shakalaka.
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Toss it in the air again.
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Boom shakalaka.
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Can you toss me a water, babe?
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Thank you, Sugar.
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You have to toss it in the air, then catch it on the sides.
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Aw, so close!
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Next, I'm going to do roughly the same amount of garlic.
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I'm just crushing it so that it breaks open and tossing them in.