Definition of 'baked potato'
Example sentences containing 'baked potato'
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They serve a cold baked potato there now, you know, instead of bread, to beat the shortages. HUMAN VOICES (2003)Sometimes you have to queue for a while, but a baked potato is very filling. HUMAN VOICES (2003)Without thinking, she went upstairs to the cafe and ordered a baked potato and soup. LOST CHILDREN (2003)
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Translations for 'baked potato'
British English: baked potato /beɪkt pəˈteɪtəʊ/ NOUN
A baked potato is a large potato that has been baked with its skin on.
- American English: baked potato
- Arabic: بَطَاطِس بِالفُرْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: batata assada
- Chinese: 烤马铃薯
- Croatian: pečeni krumpir
- Czech: pečený brambor
- Danish: bagt kartoffel
- Dutch: in de oven gebakken aardappel in de schil
- European Spanish: patata al horno
- Finnish: uuniperuna
- French: pomme de terre au four
- German: Ofenkartoffel
- Greek: ψητή πατάτα
- Italian: patata al forno
- Japanese: ベークドポテト
- Korean: 구운 감자
- Norwegian: bakt potet
- Polish: ziemniak pieczony
- European Portuguese: batata assada
- Romanian: cartof copt
- Russian: печеный картофель
- Spanish: papas al horno
- Swedish: ugnsbakad potatis
- Thai: มันอบ
- Turkish: kumpir
- Ukrainian: печена картопля
- Vietnamese: khoai tây nướng
Definition of baked potato from the Collins English Dictionary
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