Meaning of baked in English:


Pronunciation /ˈbeɪkt/

See synonyms for baked on


  • 1(of food) cooked by dry heat in an oven.

    ‘baked apples’
    • ‘We often ran into each other at parties, near the baked cheese.’
    • ‘In the past two weeks, they have also got through more than 6,700 tins of baked beans.’
    • ‘The sour cream/yogurt version is great with raw vegetables or spooned over baked potatoes.’
    • ‘Second of all, they're just a little too baked for my taste.’
    • ‘Supermarkets are capable of tracking a can of baked beans around their distribution networks.’
    • ‘In addition to its creamy comfort, a baked apple pumps you up with plenty of the antioxidant vitamin C.’
    • ‘Well, I love baked potatoes with lots of butter.’
    • ‘We also enjoyed the baked sea bass with scalloped potatoes.’
    • ‘Choose grilled, baked or broiled foods instead of fried.’
    • ‘Whether baked, barbecued, curried, grilled, stewed, or stir-fried, shrimp are palate pleasers throughout the Western world.’
    • ‘I vowed to make it up to her with some baked goods.’
    • ‘In many cases, trans fats also give baked goods a longer shelf life than those prepared with butter or trans fat-free cooking oils.’
    • ‘Served with a fresh baked scone or mini muffin, these wraps provide plenty of flavor first thing in the morning.’
    • ‘The eggplant tower presents surprisingly crispy eggplant, paired with goat cheese and topped by a baked Parmesan crisp.’
    • ‘The air inside was warm and smelled of freshly baked bread.’
    • ‘Avoid fast food, processed food, most margarines and baked goods such as biscuits and cakes.’
    • ‘We were there for a birthday and received a complementary baked cheesecake that was excellent.’
    • ‘It was some of the most fattening and delicious baked chicken I have ever eaten.’
    • ‘This works especially well with sauces and baked pasta dishes like lasagne.’
    • ‘I thanked him and took one of the warm, freshly baked brownies and ate it hungrily.’
  • 2North American informal Intoxicated by drink or drugs, especially cannabis.

    • ‘I just want to get baked and watch a movie’
    • ‘I got baked on tequila last summer and passed out in the street.’
    • ‘He was baked out of his mind most of the time.’
    • ‘They didn't know when I came home that I was baked.’
    • ‘We spent the first night getting baked and playing Super Nintendo.’
    • ‘I just want to get together with friends, get baked and watch a movie or something.’
    • ‘If I hadn't been so baked, I would have run over there at top speed.’
    • ‘I was so baked I wasn't sure I'd heard him and had to ask him to repeat himself.’
    • ‘They showed up to their Golden Globes hosting gig totally baked.’
    • ‘I'd rather have my players getting baked in their homes than have them binge drinking in the clubs.’
    • ‘It's the holiday season, and you know what that means: another excuse to get baked out of your gourd.’