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hot tubnoun [C]

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a large, usually wooden, container full of hot water in which more than one person can sit
Translations of “hot tub”
in Chinese (Traditional) (木質的)熱水浴桶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (木质的)热水浴桶…
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