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bake Saltos de línea: bake

Definición de bake en inglés:


[with object]
1Cook (food) by dry heat without direct exposure to a flame, typically in an oven: they bake their own bread and cakes
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  • The advantage lies in the fact that microwave oven bakes the moist ingredients about three times faster.
  • She entered the kitchen to the enticing smell of beef stew, newly baked bread, and apple pie.
  • We cook, bake bread, make cheese, sew, make soap and candles, and milk goats.
1.1 [no object] (Of food) be cooked by baking: the bread was baking on hot stones
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  • To help keep larger cuts of meat from drying out while broiling, grilling or baking, sear them first.
  • While pie is baking, mix the topping ingredients, first the butter and brown sugar until crumbly, then blending in the nuts.
  • While the pie was baking, she removed some vegetables and meat from the icebox to prepare for dinner.
2(Of the sun or other agency) subject (something) to dry heat, especially so as to harden it: the soil in the desert is baked dry by the fierce heat of the sun
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  • Foolishly I brought my sandals to the arena where the bands are today in a misguided hope that the sun would bake the mud dry… oh no no no.
  • When the mud gets baked by the sun, spreading cracks curve around the weakened edge of this column and so bypass the insect.
  • The early afternoon sun was now baking my tired body as I cruised the rolling downhills listening to my IPod.
scorch, burn, sear, parch, dry (up), desiccate, wither, shrivel, fire;
North American  broil
2.1 [no object] informal Be or become extremely hot in prolonged sun or hot weather: the city was baking in a heatwave
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  • And unusual weather takes the fun out of summer, as many people bake in the worst heat wave in years.
  • We had been in the Gulf for several months, baking in the summer heat.
  • The BSE crisis came on top of a poor crop production year in 2003 as most of western Canada baked under a summer-long heat wave.


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1A dish consisting of a mixture of ingredients cooked in an oven: a vegetable bake
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  • To date they have made paella, pasta bake, and fishcakes.
  • Typical products affected by the alert are shepherd's pies, pasta bakes, cottage pies, chicken wings, sausage casseroles, pizzas, steak and kidney pies and chilli con carne.
  • This is the second time in a few weeks that a similar scenario has ensued in different circumstances and I am rather tired of eating overpriced pasta bake and being made to feel that being veggie is a nuisance.
1.1 [with modifier] North American A social gathering at which baked food of a specified kind is eaten: lobster bakes
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  • Becker was at the annual Kirkland Rotary salmon bake.
  • The lobster bake was clearly a coming-out party for Allen.
  • The Willimantic Elks Club sponsors its annual lobster bake Aug. 25 starting at 5:30 p.m.


baked in the cake
US informal Inevitable or unchangeable as a result of previous actions or events: look out for the next big tax—it is pretty much baked in the cake now
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  • Even if the monthly data for November and December look good, a weak GDP showing is already baked in the cake.
  • Higher prices for goods and services are already "baked in the cake" and will show up on the retail level well before 2010.
  • The deal appeared to be baked in the cake until the meddlers at a New York fund launched a counter offer.

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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
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  • So why bake in all that complexity?
  • The assumption is that technology is baked in there.
  • And when Michael started importing some sites himself, he found about 10 bugs I had baked in by mistake.


Old English bacan, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch bakken and German backen.

Palabras que riman con bake

ache, awake, betake, Blake, brake, break, cake, crake, drake, fake, flake, forsake, hake, Jake, lake, make, mistake, opaque, partake, quake, rake, sake, shake, sheikh, slake, snake, splake, stake, steak, strake, take, undertake, wake, wideawake
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