Definition of 'bakery'
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In 2016, an area with bright prospects has been easy to identify by the density of young men with beards who are running artisan bakeries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My dad was a van driver for a local bakery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has introduced changes such as fresh bakery products and coffee and is testing a loyalty card. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They both worked in the family bakery business. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Hundreds of people were queueing for hours outside bakeries yesterday as shops shut down for want of electricity. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The family live in a former care home and support themselves without any welfare benefits by running a bakery. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It came from a local bakery. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is also a bakery and wine shop, so you can purchase goodies too. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the Scouser still loves checking out local bakeries and picking up sticky treats. The Sun (2015)But in solving this problem we don't want to hit small businesses like bakeries. The Sun (2012)London's usual approximation of village life is a cutesy pastiche with expensive artisan bakeries and manicured parks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I was daydreaming of going to work at my local bakery. Christianity Today (2000)By contrast, the new bike promises a country wedding and the purchase of fashionable cakes at my local bakery. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'm running the bakery alone right now. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Plus, it turns out his family run a bakery, which only adds to his appeal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The morning after the first show, he got fast-tracked in the queue at his local bakery. The Sun (2013)What am I going to do, work at the local bakery? The Sun (2015)I'm trying to set up a bakery business in Edinburgh and it is incredibly expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I've been a baker all my life and my family has owned and run a local bakery since the 1920s. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'bakery'
British English: bakery /ˈbeɪkərɪ/ NOUN
A bakery is a building where bread and cakes are baked, or the shop where they are sold.
...the smell of bread from a bakery.
- American English: bakery
- Arabic: مَخْبَز
- Brazilian Portuguese: padaria
- Chinese: 面包店
- Croatian: pekara
- Czech: pekařství
- Danish: bageri
- Dutch: bakkerij
- European Spanish: panadería
- Finnish: leipomo
- French: boulangerie
- German: Bäckerei
- Greek: αρτοποιείο
- Italian: panetteria
- Japanese: パン屋
- Korean: 빵집
- Norwegian: bakeri
- Polish: piekarnia
- European Portuguese: padaria
- Romanian: brutărie
- Russian: пекарня
- Spanish: panadería
- Swedish: bageri
- Thai: ร้านขายขนมปัง
- Turkish: ekmekçi fırın
- Ukrainian: пекарня
- Vietnamese: tiệm bánh mì
Definition of bakery from the Collins English Dictionary
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