There are 3 main translations of baste in Spanish:

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baste 1

American English: /beɪst/
British English: /beɪst/

transitive verb

  • (Cookery)
    (rociar con su jugo o con mantequilla etc durante la cocción)
    Example sentences
    • Always heat your marinades before basting meat or poultry.
    • Mop sauce gets its name from a utensil similar to a small string mop that the chuck wagon cook would use to baste meats, literally mopping on the sauce while cooking.
    • You want to look for a brisket with the most fat, because it protects and bastes the meat naturally.

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baste 2
Pronunciation: / beɪst /American English: /beɪst/
British English: /beɪst/

transitive verb

  • (sew loosely)
    Example sentences
    • Turn the lining inside out to enclose seams and baste the lining loose edges to the suit front at the leg openings, neckline and armholes.
    • The ribs have a tendency to slip, so pin or baste well prior to stitching the seams.
    • Substitute basting tape or basting-adhesive glue stick for basting stitches whenever practical, even for holding zippers in place.

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baste 3
Pronunciation: / beɪst /American English: /beɪst/
British English: /beɪst/

transitive verb

  • (American English) [colloquial] [dated] (thrash)
    pegarle una paliza a
    Example sentences
    • If she had had an umbrella she would have basted him over the head with it.
    • They basted him for his labour, kept him prisoner.
    • He was more mortified at that, than the feeling of the pain and he did not moan no matter how hard they basted him.

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