Definition of bake something in in English:

bake something in

Incorporate something as an integral part of a product, service, or system: we have baked in XML web services as part of the core of our platform (as adjective baked-in) the company continues to place a heavy emphasis on baked-in security
More example sentences
  • It combines an LED flat panel television set with built-in speakers, a baked-in Internet connection, and a combination CD/DVD/Blu-ray player.
  • We’re learning that Microsoft’s newest mobile OS has similar functionality baked in.
  • DLNA support comes baked in, allowing you to wirelessly throw your music, photos, and videos to other DLNA-compatible devices in your home.
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apt in the circumstances or relation to something