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sauna

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsɔːnə/
a room that is hot and filled with steam where people sit to relax or feel healthy: a gym with a pool and a saunaRoomsBathroom fixtures and fittings
have a sauna to spend time inside a saunaBeauty treatmentsPersonal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
Translations of “sauna”
in Arabic ساونا…
in Korean 사우나…
in Malaysian sauna…
in French sauna…
in Turkish sauna…
in Italian sauna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 三溫暖,蒸汽浴, 蒸氣室, 桑拿室…
in Russian сауна…
in Polish sauna…
in Vietnamese sự tắm hơi…
in Spanish sauna…
in Portuguese sauna…
in Thai การอบไอน้ำ…
in German die Sauna…
in Catalan sauna…
in Japanese サウナ…
in Indonesian mandi uap, sauna…
in Chinese (Simplified) 桑拿浴,蒸汽浴, 桑拿房…
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