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bathe

verb /beiθ/
to put into water
bañar; limpiar
He bathed his feet The nurse will bathe your wounds.
to go swimming
bañarse, darse un baño
She bathes in the sea every day.
bather noun
bañista
There were only a few bathers on the beach.
bathing noun
baño
We took the opportunity to do some bathing in the lake.
bathing suit noun (old-fashioned) a swimsuit
Traje de Baño / Bañador
They put on their bathing suits and headed towards the sea.
(Definition of bathe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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