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Polish translation of “cake”

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cake

noun [C, U]
 
 
/keɪk/
A1 a sweet food made from flour, butter, sugar, and eggs mixed together and baked
ciasto, ciastko
a chocolate/fruit cake a piece/slice of cake to bake/make a cake Cakes
→  See also the icing on the cake , be a piece of cake , have your cake and eat it
Translations of “cake”
in Korean 케이크…
in Arabic كَعْكة…
in French gâteau, croquette, galette d’avoine…
in Italian dolce, torta, pasta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食品, 蛋糕…
in Russian торт, пирог…
in Turkish pasta, kek…
in Spanish pastel, tortita, croqueta…
in Portuguese bolo…
in German der Kuchen, kuchenartig geformte Masse, der Riegel…
in Catalan pastís…
in Japanese ケーキ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食品, 蛋糕…
(Definition of cake from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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