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toast

(jargon)
1. Any completely inoperable system or component, especially one that has just crashed and burned: "Uh, oh ... I think the serial board is toast."

2. To cause a system to crash accidentally, especially in a manner that requires manual rebooting. "Rick just toasted the firewall machine again."

Compare fried.
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To be as beautiful, as seductive, as kittenish as the procession of dim starlets queuing outside his bedroom door for an appointment with he of the cavernous wrinkles and toastrack ribs.
This year sees the return of a toastrack bus which gave tours around the headland from 1929-55 and has been restored by students at Southampton University.
Dresser produced designs for a large number of manufacturers making textiles, glass, silver, ceramic and even toastracks and wallpaper, but his line of cast iron tables, stoves, fireplaces, coat stands, chairs and benches produced for Coalbrookdale from 1867 is among his best work.