bakery

noun
bak·​ery | \ ˈbā-k(ə-)rē How to pronounce bakery (audio) \
plural bakeries

Definition of bakery

: a place for baking or selling baked goods

Examples of bakery in a Sentence

They work at a bakery.
Recent Examples on the Web The back of the building remains Empire’s commercial kitchen and bakery. Sarah Blaskovich, Dallas News, "Empire Baking opens second bread shop, this one in East Dallas," 27 Apr. 2021 Prices for cereal and bakery products also rose more in the Bay Area than in the U.S. overall, though the price increase was similar for dairy products. Kellie Hwang, San Francisco Chronicle, "Why the Bay Area's grocery prices are still unusually high," 14 Apr. 2021 Deli, bakery and caterer in the Mountain Brook Village shopping center on Culver Road. Mary Colurso | Mcolurso@al.com, al, "15 Birmingham restaurants that are gone but not forgotten," 7 Apr. 2021 The plan was to build a four-story building with 500-square-feet apartments that would go for about $1,100, and create space on the first floor for a coffee shop or bakery. Cliff Pinckard, cleveland, "Ohio plans to move vaccine supplies based on demand: The Wake Up for Friday, March 26, 2021," 26 Mar. 2021 All were serviced by a state-of-the-art kitchen, complete with its own butcher shop and bakery. Rick Nelson, Star Tribune, "A young Black man from Kentucky owned the Minneapolis restaurant scene in the 1890s," 12 Feb. 2021 Seven Sisters Scones, a bakery and cafe in Johns Creek, Georgia, has struggled to find staffers not only because of unemployment benefits, but because parents need to be home with their children, co-owner Hala Haider says. BostonGlobe.com, "Businesses scramble for help as would-be workers stay home," 21 Apr. 2021 Seven Sisters Scones, a bakery and cafe in Johns Creek, Georgia, has struggled to find staffers not only because of unemployment benefits, but because parents need to be home with their children, co-owner Hala Haider says. Joyce M. Rosenberg, chicagotribune.com, "Help wanted: Job openings go unfilled as businesses struggle to find workers," 21 Apr. 2021 Harris’ recently travels have included stops at a catering business in Oakland, California; a bakery in Chicago, and a Boys & Girls Club in Connecticut. Dom Calicchio, Fox News, "Houston facility for migrant girls 13-17 abruptly shuttered amid crowding concerns, employee death: reports," 18 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of bakery

1598, in the meaning defined above

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9 May 2021

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“Bakery.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bakery. Accessed 18 May. 2021.

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bakery

noun

English Language Learners Definition of bakery

: a place where bread, cakes, cookies, and other baked foods are made or sold

bakery

noun
bak·​ery | \ ˈbā-kə-rē How to pronounce bakery (audio) , ˈbā-krē \
plural bakeries

Kids Definition of bakery

: a place where bread, cakes, and pastry are made or sold

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