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

The meaning of "Baker" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Baker's Chocolate, baker's dozen and cutaway mean?
A: As I understand it, baker’s chocolate is less sweet and has a difference consistency. It melts differently and is preferred to baking certain treats compared to regular chocolate that you buy to eat by itself.

A baker’s dozen is 13. A dozen is normally 12 but we say ‘bakers dozen’ because a bakers recipe will say “a dozen of X” but they might taste the batch to see if it’s correct or they will just eat a final product themselves. So if they are going to produce the amount intended AND do their own testing... then their dozen becomes 13 rather than 12.

Example: “It says here we need a dozen... ah well, better make it a bakers dozen!”


That’s how I understand it anyway haha.

Not sure what a cutaway is without more context. :(
Q: What does "I'm a huge baker at home" mean?
A: yes, I would interpret that as a person that bakes a lot at home.
Q: What does Would it take a bakers dozen to get my point to you? mean?
A: bakers dozen = 13

You could interpret it as repetition.

“Do I have to keep doing it over and over (13 times) to get my point to you”.
Q: What does I'm really not much of a baker mean?
A: I'm not that good at baking

Example sentences using "Baker"

Q: Please show me example sentences with baker.
A: Are you a Baker?
The baker is baking the cake.
The person wants to be a baker.
Q: Please show me example sentences with baker.
A: "That man is a famous baker."
"My dad was once a baker, but he retired."
"When I grow up I hope to become a baker and open up my own bakery."
"How much do bakers get paid?"
These are some examples, hope this helps!

Translations of "Baker"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what mean 'baker'?
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Other questions about "Baker"

Q: why is a baker's dozen 13?
A: The extra one is the one the baker tries, so they can see if the dozen is good.
Q: The baker taught very simple and kindly. My daugher enjoyed this making bread experience a lot.

We ate some of the bread she made at dinner. Because she made them with the help of real baker, of course they tasted like they were professionally baked. ALL of them were really tasty.

It may hard to bake so many kinds of bread at home but I'd like to try baking some bread with my daughter next time. does this sound natural?
A: The baker taught very simply and kindly. My daugher enjoyed this bread making experience a lot.

We ate some of the bread she made at dinner. Because she made it (bread is a non-count noun) with the help of a real baker, of course it tasted like it was professionally baked. (Change the pronouns referring to BREAD to the singular form, because bread is a non-count noun). ALL of it was very tasty.

It may be hard to bake so many kinds of bread at home but I'd like to try baking some bread with my daughter next time.

—You can say she baked some bread (singular), and use the pronoun “it”. Or you can say she baked many kinds of bread (kinds is plural), and use the pronoun “they/them”. Example:
We ate some of the kinds of bread she made at dinner + Because she made them (kindS of bread) ...
Q: The baker seems to need to have much stamina. does this sound natural?
A: The baker seems to need more stamina. (he doesn't have enough)
The baker seems to need much (or "a lot of") stamina. (he has enough)
Q: He always wanted to be a baker since he was a little boy and he became one when he was 15 years old. does this sound natural?
A: you can also say he became one at the age of 15...
Q: Please show me how to pronounce baker's.
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