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baste (verb)

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  • baste — Ⅰ. baste [1] ► VERB ▪ pour fat or juices over (meat) during cooking. DERIVATIVES baster noun. ORIGIN of unknown origin. Ⅱ. baste [2] ► VERB …   English terms dictionary

  • baste — verb Baste is used with these nouns as the object: ↑turkey …   Collocations dictionary

  • baste — [ beıst ] verb intransitive or transitive 1. ) to cover meat with hot fat or its own juices while it cooks 2. ) to sew two pieces of cloth together with long loose stitches that will hold them while you finish sewing it with permanent stitches …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • baste — verb /beɪst/ a) To sprinkle flour and salt and drip butter or fat on, as on meat in roasting. b) To coat over something …   Wiktionary

  • baste — verb (I, T) 1 to pour liquid or melted fat over meat that is cooking 2 to fasten cloth with long loose stitches, in order to hold it together so that you can sew it properly later …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • baste — UK [beɪst] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms baste : present tense I/you/we/they baste he/she/it bastes present participle basting past tense basted past participle basted 1) to cover meat with hot fat or its own juices while it… …   English dictionary

  • baste — [[t]be͟ɪst[/t]] bastes, basting, basted VERB If you baste meat, you pour hot fat and the juices from the meat itself over it while it is cooking. [V n] Mary stood at the stove basting the roasting chickens... Bake for 15 20 minutes, basting… …   English dictionary

  • baste — I. transitive verb (basted; basting) Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French bastir, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German besten to patch, Old English bæst bast Date: 15th century to sew with long loose stitches in order to hold… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • baste — baste1 verb pour fat or juices over (meat) during cooking. Derivatives baster noun Origin C15: of unknown origin. baste2 verb Needlework tack with long, loose stitches in preparation for sewing. Origin ME: from OFr. bastir sew lightly , ult. of… …   English new terms dictionary

  • baste — I. /beɪst / (say bayst) verb (t) (basted, basting) to sew with temporary stitches, as a garment in the first stages of making; tack. {Middle English, from Old French bastir, of Germanic origin} II. /beɪst / (say bayst) verb (t) (basted, basting)… …   Australian English dictionary

  • baste — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. sew, tack; moisten; beat, thrash, cudgel. See production, attack. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To sew temporarily] Syn. stitch, catch, tack; see sew . 2. [To moisten cooking meat with fat or liquid] Syn …   English dictionary for students


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