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Translation of "shower" - English-Italian dictionary

shower

verb
 
/ʃaʊ·ər/
to wash your body while standing under a flow of water
fare la doccia
I shower every morning.
Translations of “shower”
in Arabic يَستَحِمّ…
in Korean 샤워 하다…
in Malaysian mandi hujan…
in French prendre une douche…
in Turkish duş almak, banyo yapmak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 落下, 像陣雨般降落或拋灑…
in Russian принимать душ…
in Polish brać prysznic…
in Vietnamese tắm vòi hoa sen…
in Spanish ducharse…
in Portuguese tomar um banho…
in Thai อาบน้ำ (ฝักบัว)…
in German duschen…
in Catalan dutxar-se…
in Japanese シャワーを浴びる…
in Indonesian dengan pancaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 落下, 阵雨般的东西降落…
(Definition of shower verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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