What does baker mean?

Definitions for baker
ˈbeɪ kərbak·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. baker(noun)

    someone who bakes commercially

  2. baker, bread maker(noun)

    someone who bakes bread or cake

Wiktionary

  1. baker(Noun)

    A person who bakes and sells bread, cakes and similar items.

    Etymology: bake + -er, cognate with Dutch: bakker

  2. baker(Noun)

    A portable oven for baking.

    Etymology: bake + -er, cognate with Dutch: bakker

  3. Baker(ProperNoun)

    for a baker, or owner of a communal oven

    Etymology: bake + -er, cognate with Dutch: bakker

Webster Dictionary

  1. Baker(verb)

    one whose business it is to bake bread, biscuit, etc

  2. Baker(verb)

    a portable oven in which baking is done

Freebase

  1. Baker

    A baker is someone who makes, bakes and sells breads, rolls, biscuits or cookies, and/or crackers using an oven or other concentrated heat source. Cakes and similar foods may also be produced, as the traditional boundaries between what is produced by a baker as opposed to a pastry chef have blurred in recent decades. The place where a baker works is called a bakery.

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British National Corpus

  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'baker' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4405

Anagrams for baker »

  1. break

  2. brake

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of baker in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of baker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of baker in a Sentence

  1. Bob Gray:

    That’s likely because voters want Charlie Baker to check on the Democratic-controlled legislature, but they’re turned off by Republicans in federal races, especially over social issues. He thinks Senator Warren and her deep-pocketed campaign will be tough to beat but that Dielh or Lindstrom are capable, with Diehl perhaps having the early advantage as a result of better name recognition. Senator Warren has $ 11 million in her campaign account through the end of June, compared with $ 260,000 for Geoff Diehl and $ 28,000 for Shiva Ayyadurai, another GOP candidate and a technology entrepreneur, according to Federal Election Commission records. Though presidents typically stay out of their party’s primaries, Bob Gray pointed out that Donald Trump has already defied that convention and mused that Donald Trump could be a factor in Massachusetts.

  2. Jay Gonzalez:

    Baker hides behind the chaos Trump creates. He hopes we’ll lower our expectations and simply be grateful he isn’t crazy like our president, well, Charlie, you can’t hide from us. We are pulling back the curtain on your failed leadership. We expect more from our governor. Not being crazy is not good enough.

  3. Elizabeth Sattely:

    Producing plant-derived drugs in easy-to-grow plants or baker's yeast in many cases will be a much more efficient way to make these drugs, this is currently being done for artemisinin (a malaria drug derived from the sweet wormwood plant), and will likely be the way we make morphine (derived from poppies) in the future.

  4. Reganel Reeves:

    The student was calm when she left the school, but at that point, Child Guidance had already made the decision to Baker Act based on their intervention with the student.

  5. Charlie Craig:

    In 2012, fiancs Charlie Craig and David Mullins attempted to order a cake to celebrate Charlie Craig and David Mullins upcoming wedding, from the Masterpiece Cakeshop, in Lakewood, Colo. Jack Phillips, Jack Phillips, told Charlie Craig and David Mullins Jack Phillips would sell Charlie Craig and David Mullins any other baked goods in Jack Phillips store, but would not design a wedding cake because it was in conflict with Jack Phillips Christian beliefs. Charlie Craig and Charlie Craig and David Mullins filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, which ruled in Charlie Craig and David Mullins favor, as did the Colorado Court of Appeals. In its determination in favor of Jack Phillips, the high court did not alter Colorado's anti-discrimination law, instead the case turned on the way in which the baker was treated by Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote,... some of the commissioners at the commission's formal, public hearings endorsed the view that religious beliefs can not legitimately be carried into the public sphere or commercial domain, disparaged Philips' faith as despicable and characterized it as merely rhetorical, and compared Justice Anthony Kennedy invocation of Justice Anthony Kennedy sincerely held religious beliefs to defenses of slavery and the holocaust. Charlie Craig, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, and the ACLU, which assisted in the case, agreed, on that part of the decision. We never disagreed about Charlie Craig religious convictions, we just think when you open the doors to the public, you have to serve everyone equally. Kristen Waggoner, Jack Phillips attorney, insists this isn't about discrimination, but religious freedom, which Kristen Waggoner said the high court affirmed. Jack Phillips said Jack Phillips lost 40 percent of Jack Phillips business after the initial lawsuit was filed six years ago. Jack Phillips has since been forced to lay off workers. Jack Phillips said Jack Phillips hopes the ruling will boost business.

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