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What is the difference between bake and cook?

bake | cook |

Bake is a synonym of cook.


In context|intransitive|figuratively|lang=en terms the difference between bake and cook

is that bake is (figuratively) to be hot while cook is (figuratively) to be uncomfortably hot.

As verbs the difference between bake and cook

is that bake is (transitive|or|intransitive) to cook (something) in an oven while cook is to prepare (food) for eating by heating it, often by combining it with other ingredients or cook can be (obsolete|rare) to make the noise of the cuckoo or cook can be (uk|dialect|obsolete) to throw.

As nouns the difference between bake and cook

is that bake is (uk|nz) any of various baked dishes resembling casserole while cook is (cooking) a person who prepares food for a living.

What is the difference between bake and broil?

bake | broil |


As verbs the difference between bake and broil

is that bake is (transitive|or|intransitive) to cook (something) in an oven while broil is to cook by direct, radiant heat or broil can be to cause a rowdy disturbance; embroil.

As nouns the difference between bake and broil

is that bake is (uk|nz) any of various baked dishes resembling casserole while broil is food prepared by broiling or broil can be (archaic) a brawl; a rowdy disturbance.

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