Definition of 'baker'
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But those who know the steely master baker were far from surprised. The Sun (2016)My father was a master baker before he joined the railways. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It began with the master baker polishing his motorbike. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Another chance to see the bakers make delicious pastry dishes. The Sun (2013)The town might have lost its butcher and baker. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sue is a very good baker too! The Sun (2014)His father was a master baker. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The master baker will talk about his life since his dad persuaded him to ditch a sculptor career to join the family bakery. The Sun (2013)What's the best thing for a beginner baker to make? The Sun (2013)Tonight, the bakers have to make signature biscuits that express their innermost being. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Long queues formed overnight outside bakers' shops. Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France (2006)Through a window we can see the fire of the baker's oven. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)The Broadchurch star plays the baker whose oven sparks the deadly blaze. The Sun (2014)The midfielder has opened a baker's shop with his family as a sideline to his football commitments. The Sun (2011)In their most recent match against northern hemisphere opposition they were taken to the cleaners, bakers and butchers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The show returns for its sixth series next week and the master baker reckons it could be time to take on the rest of the world. The Sun (2015)Bought from a local baker. Times, Sunday Times (2012)To think I had a master baker in the family. The Sun (2014)These force up costs for farmers and, crucially, for food makers such as bakers. The Sun (2008)He let fly from the corner of the box on 50 minutes to make it a baker's dozen of home wins. The Sun (2009)As a master baker with your own TV show, what makes a great baker? The Sun (2013)The window was open and I could smell the baker's ovens below and hear the hum and clatter of the souk. The Crossing-Place (1993)
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Translations for 'baker'
British English: baker /ˈbeɪkə/ NOUN
A baker is a person whose job is to bake and sell bread and cakes.
- American English: baker
- Arabic: خَبَّاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: padeiro
- Chinese: 面包师
- Croatian: pekar
- Czech: pekař
- Danish: bager
- Dutch: bakker
- European Spanish: panadero
- Finnish: leipuri
- French: boulanger
- German: Bäcker
- Greek: αρτοποιός
- Italian: fornaio
- Japanese: パン屋の主人
- Korean: 제빵사
- Norwegian: baker
- Polish: piekarz
- European Portuguese: padeiro
- Romanian: brutar
- Russian: пекарь
- Spanish: panadero
- Swedish: bagare
- Thai: คนทำขนมปัง
- Turkish: fırıncı
- Ukrainian: пекар
- Vietnamese: người làm bánh mì
Definition of baker from the Collins English Dictionary
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