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baked

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Pronunciation: /ˈbeɪkt
 
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Definition of baked in English:

adjective

1(Of food) cooked by dry heat in an oven: baked apples
More example sentences
  • We often ran into each other at parties, near the baked cheese.
  • In the past two weeks, they have also got through more than 6,700 tins of baked beans.
  • The sour cream/yogurt version is great with raw vegetables or spooned over baked potatoes.
2North American informal Intoxicated by drink or drugs, especially cannabis: I just want to get baked and watch a movie
More example sentences
  • They didn't know when I came home that I was baked.
  • He was baked out of his mind most of the time.
  • I got baked on tequila last summer and passed out in the street.

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