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    Question Stay in your ( tost)

    Hi,
    I want to know if there is a usage of this word (Stay in your toast) or not, I heard this many time from teenagers people. Can any one tell about it whether it exist or not.


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    Re: Stay in your ( tost)

    Quote Originally Posted by waseemoo View Post
    Hi,
    I want to know if there is a usage of this word (Stay in your toast) or not, I heard this many time from teenagers people. Can any one tell about it whether it exist or not.


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    Hi, waseemo! I have not heard this expression used in American English! Can you provide more context?

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    Re: Stay in your ( tost)

    Quote Originally Posted by waseemoo View Post
    Hi,
    I want to know if there is a usage of this word (Stay in your toast) or not, I heard this many time from teenagers people. Can any one tell about it whether it exist or not.


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    are you sure it isnt 'stay on your toes'. this means to stay alert or aware.

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    Smile Re: Stay in your ( tost)

    Quote Originally Posted by wanda83 View Post
    are you sure it isnt 'stay on your toes'. this means to stay alert or aware.
    Could be,,
    I will tell you the story when the first time I heard it.
    When I was in a class, always one of our classmate interrupt our teacher with her questions. Another student some times answer her question, and end his talking with that say.

    I thought it means stay calm or don't interrupt, also stay alert or aware make sense to me in that situation.

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