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Meaning of “bathe” - Learner’s Dictionary

bathe

verb     /beɪð/
WASH YOURSELF [I, T] mainly US ( UK bath)
to wash yourself or someone else in a bath: I bathe every day.Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
PART OF BODY [T]
to wash part of someone's body, often because it is hurt: Bathe your eye with cool salty water.Treating and caring for people
SWIM [I] old-fashioned
to swimSwimming
be bathed in light
to look attractive in a beautiful light: The mountain was bathed in red-gold light from the setting sun.Emitting and casting light
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