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baste

verb [T] uk   /beɪst/ us  

baste verb [T] (POUR)

to pour hot fat and liquid over meat while it is cooking: Baste the turkey at regular intervals.

baste verb [T] (SEW)

mainly US →  tack verb : Baste the seams.
Translations of “baste”
in Chinese (Traditional) 傾倒, (烤肉時)給…抹油脂…
in Chinese (Simplified) 倾倒, (烤肉时)给…抹油脂…
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