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English definition of “Turkish bath”

Turkish bath

noun [C] uk   /ˌtɜː.kɪʃˈbɑːθ/ us    /ˌtɝː.kɪʃˈbæθ/
a health treatment in which you sit in a room full of steam and are then massaged (= rubbed) and washed, or a building in which this treatment is available
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