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Translation of "bake" - English-Spanish dictionary

bake

verb   /beɪk/ ( present participle baking, past tense and past participle baked)
A2 to cook something such as bread or a cake in an oven hornear I baked a cake for the party.
(Definition of bake from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bake

verb /beik/
to cook in an oven cocer al horno I’m going to bake (some bread) today She baked the potatoes.
to dry or harden by heat resecar The sun is baking the ground dry.
baked adjective
cocido; horneado baked ham freshly baked bread.
baked beans noun plural
small white beans cooked in tomato sauce and sold in cans Judias baked beans on toast.
baker noun
a person who bakes panadero He is a qualified baker She is a good baker.
a baker’s shop panadería I need to go to the baker to get some bread.
bakery noun ( plural bakeries)
a place where baking is done and / or where bread, cakes etc are sold panadería I bought some cakes at the bakery.
baking noun
the act or art of cooking bread, cakes etc pastelería Are you good at baking?
baking powder noun
a powder used to make cakes etc rise polvos de levadura This sponge cake is very flat – I don’t think you used enough baking powder.
a baker’s dozen noun
thirteen docena de fraile There’s a baker’s dozen of his grandchildren in the photograph.
(Definition of bake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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