bakery

All Noun
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  • There was also a new bakery and a post office, among other facilities.
  • When completed, this was the largest bakery in one location in the world.
  • One of the local bakeries still makes its bread in the traditional way.
  • Her mother worked part-time in a bakery, but was often ill.
  • Originally, the ground floor of the town hall was open and contained the city bakery.
  • This used to be a bakery and general store till the early 1990s.
  • It has a bakery, a community center and two church buildings.
  • The opening of many more bakeries in Paris and in various countries abroad followed very quickly.
  • He had a part-time job in a bakery in the early 1980s which eventually became full-time.
  • Small commercial bakeries were set up in the mid-19th century.
  • During this period, he worked in a variety of places, including in a bakery and retirement home.
  • Aside from the expansion of every department, a complete bakery and fish department were created.
  • When they reach the bakery floor everyone turn back to normal.
  • Within the next few months they will require bakeries capable of feeding one million and a quarter men. Cited from Out To Win, by Coningsby Dawson
  • At the age of fourteen she left school to work in a bakery shop.
  • A bakery, a village shop and a post office provide essential services.
  • In the 19th century, bread-making in the cities moved to local bakeries.
  • In bakeries the girls stand from ten to sixteen hours a day, and break down after a short time. Cited from Women Wage-Earners, by Helen Campbell
  • Near the station there is a town hall and a bakery.
  • Japan received comparatively widespread support across various age-groups with notable popularity within the bakery industry.
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Synonyms of bakery

Meaning of bakery

  • noun A workplace where baked goods (breads and cakes and pastries) are produced or sold