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bath

noun /baːθ/ ( plural baths /baːðz/)
a large container for holding water in which to wash the whole body
bañera
I’ll fill the bath with water for you.
an act of washing in a bath
baño
I had a bath last night.
a container of liquid etc in which something is immersed
recipiente de agua
a bird bath.
bathchair noun (British) a kind of wheeled chair that was used in the past to move someone who was old or unable to walk.
silla de ruedas
bathrobe noun a long loose piece of clothing which you wear before or after taking a bath or shower
Bata de Baño
She was wearing a cotton bathrobe.
bathroom noun a room in a house etc which contains a bath
cuarto de baño/de aseo
an en-suite bathroom (= one that is joined onto a bedroom).
(American) a lavatory.
lavabo, aseo
I need to use the bathroom (= use the lavatory).
bathtub noun (especially American ) a bath (for washing in); bath (British)
bañera
He’s sitting in the bathtub.
(Definition of bath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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