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bath

noun
 
 
/bɑːθ/ US  /bæθ/
[C] UK ( US bathtub) a long plastic, metal or ceramic container which is filled with water so that a person can sit or lie in it to wash their whole body
澡盆,浴缸
Bathroom fixtures and fittings
[C usually singular] the activity of washing yourself or someone else in a bath
沐浴,洗澡
mainly UK Susannah has a long hot bath every evening.
苏珊娜每天晚上都要美美地泡个热水澡。
mainly US I took a bath this morning.
我今天早上洗了个澡。
bath oil
沐浴油
Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
run a bath UK ( US fill the tub) to fill a bath with water for washing
往浴缸里放水
I'll run you a bath while you take off those wet clothes.
你把湿衣服脱了,我帮你给浴缸放水。
Movement of liquids
[C] US used to refer to a bathroom when describing a home
浴室
a four-bedroom two-bath house
有4间卧室和2间浴室的房子
Rooms
[C] UK a health treatment
(保健性)洗浴
mud/thermal baths
泥浴/温泉浴
Describing medical treatment generally
[C] UK any container holding liquid
池;盆
a bird bath
鸟澡盆
Containers for liquids and gases
(Definition of bath noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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