The search results for cupcakes and wedding cakes are obviously very different. One matches searchers with recipes and the other matches searchers with inspiration or purchase pages. Google's semantic search model already matches the most appropriate results to a user's intent using data beyond a single keyword to determine the intent behind a search. For example cupcakes are something we are more likely to make at home which makes these recipes turn out to be very useful.
Yet we are more likely to buy wedding cakes from professional cake makers and for that we may need ideas and inspiration that Google search results reveal. When considering semantic search in your own UK WhatsApp Number List content it's important to first ensure that the information you provide matches the searcher's intent. Pragmatics Understanding Context Pragmatics is an area of linguistic study concerned with how context affects meaning.
In everyday conversation we use contextual cues that tell us more about what was said and how we should respond. For example if someone in a room with an open window says I'm a little cold it's usually an implicit request to close the window. Google is getting better at interpreting language at a pragmatic level and identifying implicit meaning through contextual cues. For example if you search for do I need a coat today it will actually give you weather results even though the search query doesn't explicitly ask for weather information.