cook and make edible by putting in a hot oven
"bake the potatoes"
prepare with dry heat in an oven
"bake a cake"
heat by a natural force
"The sun broils the valley in the summer"
be very hot, due to hot weather or exposure to the sun
"The town was broiling in the sun"; "the tourists were baking in the heat"
Any of various baked dishes resembling casserole.
The act of cooking food by baking.
To cook (something) in an oven, but not in fat. Compare roast.
To dry by heat.
(Of a person, the weather, or an object:) To be hot.
To become baked.
The bread is baking at the moment.
To smoke marijuana.
Origin: From baken, from bacan, from bakanan, from bʰōg-. Cognate with bakken, backen, baka, φώγω, پختن.
to prepare, as food, by cooking in a dry heat, either in an oven or under coals, or on heated stone or metal; as, to bake bread, meat, apples
to dry or harden (anything) by subjecting to heat, as, to bake bricks; the sun bakes the ground
to harden by cold
to do the work of baking something; as, she brews, washes, and bakes
to be baked; to become dry and hard in heat; as, the bread bakes; the ground bakes in the hot sun
the process, or result, of baking
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bāk, v.t. to dry, harden, or cook by the heat of the sun or of fire: to prepare bread or other food in an oven: to harden as by frost.—v.i. to work as a baker: to become firm through heat.—pa.p. baked (bākt); pr.p. bāk′ing.—ns. Bake′house, a house or place used for baking in; Bake′meat (B.), pastry, pies.—pa.p. Bak′en = baked.—ns. Bak′er, one who bakes bread, &c.—(obs.) Bax′ter; Bak′ery, a bakehouse; Bake′stone, a flat stone or plate of iron on which cakes are baked in the oven; Bak′ing, the process by which bread is baked: the quantity baked at one time. [A.S. bacan; cog. with Ger. backen, to bake, Gr. phog-ein, to roast.]
To put a substance or product into an oven, kiln or furnace as part of the process of creation.
Bricks, pottery and dishes are put into an oven, kiln or furnace as part of the process of their creation.
The numerical value of bake in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of bake in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
If you want to bake an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the Universe.
I can bake, if you need bread for a thousand guys, or cakes or cookies or turnovers or doughnuts.
Care packages became a ritual, we would bake cookies and send them at least every two weeks, if not every one.
Leaders and managers please bake your content cake with context chocolate – it looks better & goes down easier...
I started the round off kind of slow, the greens were a lot slower today, i'm sure they just watered them in the morning, but I got used to them on the back nine and finished strong. But I'm sure with this sun and a little bit of breeze today, they'll bake out in the afternoon.
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Translations for bake
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- запячы, спячы, упячы́, упякаць, запякаць, пячыBelarusian
- пека, суша на слънце, изпичам сеBulgarian
- fornejarCatalan, Valencian
- péci, péctCzech
- tørre, bageDanish
- backen, trocknenGerman
- ψήνω, ψήνομαιGreek
- uuni, paistua, leivonta, laatikko, lämpö, leipominen, leipoutua, hehkua, paistaminen, leipoaFinnish
- bakkeWestern Frisian
- szárít, süt, sül, megsül, pörkölHungarian
- cuocersi, cuocere, infornareItalian
- 焼く, 焼けるJapanese
- wypalać, piecPolish
- assar, [[secar]] [[no]] [[calor]]Portuguese
- печься, сушить, выпекать, печь, испечь, испечься, высушить, выпечьRussian
- peći, пећиSerbo-Croatian
- baka, bakasSwedish
- kurutmak, fırınlamakTurkish
- пекти, випікатиUkrainian
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