I read “Kafka on the shore” and met the next sentence:
I look around, and seconds on toast don't seem likely to materialize.
Could you explain what “seconds on toast” mean? What is semantically and syntactically?
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He thinks he will not be able to get a second serving of toast.
second ORDINAL NUMBER
1.7 (seconds) informal
A second course or second helping of food at a meal.