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baskverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /bæsk/
to ​lie or ​sit and ​enjoy warmth: On ​top of the ​wall, a ​cat basked ​happily in the ​sun. fig. Marina basked in the crowd’s ​admiration (= ​enjoyed it).
(Definition of bask from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bask”
in Spanish estar tumbado al sol…
in Vietnamese tắm nắng…
in Malaysian berjemur…
in Thai อาบแดด…
in French (se) dorer…
in German sich sonnen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 晒太阳, 取暖…
in Turkish güneşlenmek, sıcak bir yerde uzanmak…
in Russian греться…
in Indonesian berjemur…
in Chinese (Traditional) 曬太陽, 取暖…
in Polish wygrzewać się…
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