bach

Part of speech: noun

The dough for one baking, or the bread, etc., baked; quantity made or done at one time.

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Usage examples "bach":

  1. Bach waited from July 7, 1720, to December 3, 1721, and he lived nearly thirty years more. - "The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1", Rupert Hughes.
  2. Verdi and Mozart make the numbers I have spoken of sound simple and almost easy; Bach and Wagner sound as difficult as they are, and all are equally difficult at bedrock. - "Shakespeare and Music", Christopher Wilson.
  3. You must remember that all men like Franklin and Bach who became famous did so by working very hard. - "Johann Sebastian Bach The story of the boy who sang in the streets", Thomas Tapper.