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bakery

Syllabification: bak·er·y
Pronunciation: /ˈbāk(ə)rē
 
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Definition of bakery in English:

noun (plural bakeries)

1A place where bread and cakes are made or sold: delicious aromas wafting from the bakery [as modifier]: an assortment of bakery goods
More example sentences
  • Supermarket bakeries commonly rush their bread, using quick-rise yeast which results in a fluffier, lighter product.
  • For 100-300 yuan, you can get a boxed set of moon cakes from bakeries and supermarkets throughout the city.
  • There are now designer boutiques, bakeries selling ciabattas, and that telltale sign of overaffluence - the Bang and Olufsen shop.
1.1Baked goods such as bread and cakes: a table overflowing with homemade bakery and wine
More example sentences
  • There was no running water and no bakery, but gave great comfort to the citizens of Sarajevo with his newspaper.
  • It won't just make the cake bigger, it will convert the cake into a full fledged bakery.
  • I found some bakery on the table and decided to eat a piece.

Words that rhyme with bakery

fakery, jacquerie

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