v. cook in an oven; tan, sunbathe
n. beacon, warning light, buoy, anchored float used as a guide to navigators (Nautical)
"Cake and wine. We baked yesterday, so my ill and frail grandmother can have something good to make her stronger."
"We will do the baking first," said the old woman; "I have already heated up the oven and kneaded the dough."
After a short while, the wolf knocked and cried, "Open the door, grandma. It is Little Red-Cap; I bring some freshly baked food."
Baking and brewing does not always work out.
He is baking a cake in the kitchen.
Ms. Gstettner bakes cookies on a baking sheet.
She is baking a cake in the baking pan.
The baker bakes fresh rolls every morning.
This competition will decide who can bake the best apple strudel.
We still need sugar and flour to bake the cake.
1. fire: temper, anneal, harden, scorch, char, parch
2. cook in oven: cook, roast, toast, broil, microwave, warm