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The example sentences of BAKE UP in videos (1 in total of 1)

but coordinating conjunction bake adjective up preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner two cardinal number pound noun, singular or mass brick noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction brownies noun, plural ,

English idiom

What does "bake up" mean?
"bake up" is an English idiom. Meaning "To bake something."

Similar phrases & idioms

in all honesty

In one's sincere opinion; without any disingenuousness.

In one's sincere opinion; without any disingenuousness.

burden of proof

The requirement and obligation of providing sound, reasonable evidence suppo ...

The requirement and obligation of providing sound, reasonable evidence supporting a charge or allegation. Originating and used primarily in law, it can be applied more broadly to any situation in which a contentious dispute arises.

crowd

To harass, pressure, or assail one.

To harass, pressure, or assail one.

forget it

said when insisting to someone that there is no need for apology or thanks.

said when insisting to someone that there is no need for apology or thanks.

jump to conclusions

To make decisions or form opinions before one has all the pertinent facts.

To make decisions or form opinions before one has all the pertinent facts.