"cake" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

cake
[keɪk]
sustantivo
1. pastel (m) tarta (f) (food); pastel (m) (small)
  • a birthday cake -> una tarta de cumpleaños
  • a wedding cake -> un pastel de boda
  • cake shop -> pastelería (f)
  • cake tin -> molde (m) (británico)
2. pastilla (f) (of soap)
3. (idioms)
  • it's a piece of cake -> está tirado, es facilísimo
  • that really takes the cake! (familiar) -> ¡esto es el colmo! (Estados Unidos)
  • you can't have your cake and eat it (Prov) -> no se puede estar en misa y repicando
verbo transitivo
también:
  • her shoes were caked with mud -> tenía los zapatos llenos de barro seco

cake [keik]
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
1. Cocer o endurecer, pegarse. (n)
2. Formar costra. (n)
  • Our shoes were caked with mud -> teníamos los zapatos cubiertos de barro endurecido
sustantivo
1. Bollo, especie de pan delicado, tortita, hojaldre, pastelillo, masa (small, individual). (Culinario)
  • Cake of wax -> pan de cera
  • Bride-cake -> wedding tarta o pastel de boda
  • Plum-cake -> fruit- torta con pasas de Corinto
  • Sponge bizcocho -> queque, bizcochuelo, ponqué, panque
  • The icing/frosting on the un extra -> (Coloq.) To be a piece of ser pan comido
  • To take the ser el colmo; llevarse la palma (person). To go/sell like hot cakes -> venderse como pan caliente o como rosquillas
  • You can’t have your cake and eat it too -> no puedes tenerlo todo, tienes que elegir
  • Cake walk -> diversión originaria de los negros del Sur de los Estados Unidos; marcha o paseo en el que se da un pastel como premio a la pareja que mejor y más graciosamente se contonea
  • Cake of soap -> pastilla de jabón
Pastel, tarta, torta (large).

cake [keɪk]
noun
1 (large) tarta (f); pastel (m); torta (f); (LAm) (small) pastel (m); queque (m); (LAm) (sponge, plain) bizcocho (m); pan (m) dulce
the way the national cake is divided la forma en que está repartida la tarta or está repartido el pastel nacional
it's a piece of cake es pan comido; está tirado (informal)
to go or sell like hot cakes venderse como rosquillas
to have one's cake and eat it
he wants to have his cake and eat it quiere nadar y guardar la ropa
that takes the cake! ¡es el colmo!
2 (bar) [of chocolate] barra (f); [of soap] pastilla (f)
verb:transitive
caked with mud embarrado; cubierto de barro seco
verb:intransitive
[+blood] coagularse; [+mud] endurecerse;
modifier
cake mix (n) polvos (m) para hacer pasteles
cake shop (n) pastelería (f)
cake tin (n) (for baking) bizcochera (f); (for storing) caja (f) de pastel

Verb Conjugations for "cake" (go to el pastel)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I cake I caked I will cake
you cake you caked you will cake
he/she cakes he/she caked he/she will cake
we cake we caked we will cake
you cake you caked you will cake
they cake they caked they will cake
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