bake

bake
beik
verb
1) (to cook in an oven: I'm going to bake (bread) today; She baked the ham.) cocer al horno
2) (to dry or harden by heat: The sun is baking the ground dry.) resecar
- baker
- bakery
- baking
- baking powder
- a baker's dozen

bake vb hacer al horno / hornear
I've baked some bread he hecho pan
El gerundio de bake se escribe baking
bake
tr[beɪk]
transitive verb
1 (bread, cakes) cocer (en el horno)
2 (land, earth) endurecer
intransitive verb
1 cocerse
2 figurative use achicharrarse de calor
it was baking in there nos achicharrábamos de calor allí dentro
bake ['beɪk] vt, baked ; baking : hornear, hacer al horno
bake n
: fiesta con platos hechos al horno
bake
n.
hornada s.f.
v.
cocer v.
cocer al horno v.
hacer al horno v.
hornear v.
beɪk
1.
transitive verb

bake in a hot oven — hornear en horno caliente

do you fry it or bake it? — ¿lo fríes o lo haces al horno?

she bakes her own bread — hace el pan en casa

baked potato — papa f or (Esp) patata f asada


2.
vi hacer* pasteles (or pan etc)
[beɪk]
1. VT
1) [+ food] cocer (al horno); [+ bricks etc] cocer

to bake one's own bread — hacer el pan en casa

baked beans — judías fpl en salsa de tomate

baked potato — patata f or (LAm) papa f al horno

2) (=harden) endurecer
2. VI
1) [person]

I love to bake — me gusta hacer pasteles/pan etc al horno

2) [bread, cake] hacerse en el horno
3) (fig) (=swelter)

we were baking in the heat — nos asábamos de calor

3.
N (Brit) (Culin) pastel salado cocinado al horno esp con verduras o pescado
* * *
[beɪk]
1.
transitive verb

bake in a hot oven — hornear en horno caliente

do you fry it or bake it? — ¿lo fríes o lo haces al horno?

she bakes her own bread — hace el pan en casa

baked potato — papa f or (Esp) patata f asada


2.
vi hacer* pasteles (or pan etc)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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