Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bake"

The meaning of "Bake" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Living fast" and "shake and bake" mean?
I saw that at the song of "Roxanne" mean?
A: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i208-wFj8qs

The video is where the shake and bake expression comes from. It is sold in the supermarket. People started using the term shake and bake for other things. It pretty much means go out and have fun!
Q: What does "do you bake often?" mean?
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Q: What does bake in the oven mean?
A: hornear en el horno
Q: What does to bake mean?
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Q: What does bake off mean?
A: It's a clever pun to mean competition or challenge. e.g when someone challenges you to a dance off (they replaced it with 'bake off')
hope this helps!

Example sentences using "Bake"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bake.
A: “Are you going to bake that cake?”
“She is baking a cake”
“How long did this take to bake?”
“Bake me a cake please!”
“You want to bake this for an hour”

Synonyms of "Bake" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to bake and to cook ?
A: Simply put, cooking is in general using heat to make food. Baking is when you cook, but with an oven. So, sauteing vegetables is cooking, but putting a pie in the oven is baking.
Q: What is the difference between bake and broil ?
A: In baking, your food is cooked in the oven by indirect heat. The pan is surrounded by hot air. Cookies and bread are baked because they need that constant heat to cook the dough.

In broiling, food is cooked by direct heat. A strong heat (or fire for gas ovens) is applied to the top part of the meat only. A steak can be broiled in the oven to give that charred, grilled look and taste.
Q: What is the difference between I'll bake another cake and I'll bake one more cake ?
A: bake another cake meaning the first one wasn't good. bake one more cake meaning you'll just add one more to the ones you already have.
Q: What is the difference between bake and roast ?
A: In day-to-day use I'd say you bake sweets and you roast or "put in the oven" all of your savouries. After all, when someone says "I'll be baking today." you automatically think of cake, right? ;)
Q: What is the difference between I used to bake cookies. and I’m used to baking cookies. and I get used to baking cookies. ?
A: "I used to bake cookies" is talking about something you did in the past. example: I used to bake cookies with my grandma before she died.
"I'm used to baking cookies" kinda means -> I bake cookies frequently, so i'm comfortable with it.
"I get used to baking cookies" is a bit awkward. I think what you should say is -> I'm getting used to baking cookies. This means you're in the process of getting comfortable with baking cookies. Example: Since I'm baking everyday, I'm getting used to baking cookies.

Translations of "Bake"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bake + ing = ?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you say "back and bake" ?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I tried to bake some chicken
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? baking
A: "Bay-King"

Other questions about "Bake"

Q: I finally succeeded to bake bread last night. does this sound natural?
A: I finally succeeded in baking bread last night.
Q: I failed to bake bread last night. does this sound natural?
A: Your welcome! And yes, many people in the US would say, “I couldn’t make bread last night.” Or, “I didn’t make bread last night.” Saying “I failed too...” sounds a little unnatural, and in a everyday conversation you probably wouldn’t use it. If you have any more questions feel free to ask!!
Q: I failed to bake bread last night. My bread baking machine had a bad smell. does this sound natural?
A: Yeah no problem ! You could still use “failed to” but it sounds a little bit formal and stiff, but it would still make sense in this context.
Q: I will bake a pizza, it will be ready when you arrive.
does this sound natural?
A: ​‎I am baking a pizza, and it will be ready when you arrive.
Q: If you want to bake a cake you have to break a few eggs. does this sound natural?
A: Overall you did very well, I could definitely understand you if we met. Idk if this helps.

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