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Translation of "bath" - English-Polish dictionary

bath

noun [C]     /bɑːθ/
CONTAINER UK ( US bathtub)
A1 the container that you sit or lie in to wash your body wanna Bathroom fixtures and fittings
WASH
A1 when you wash your body in a bath, or the water in the bath kąpiel [usually singular] I'll just have a quick bath. UK She ran herself a bath (= filled a bath with water).Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
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