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bathrobe

noun [C] uk   /ˈbɑːθ.rəʊb/ us    /ˈbæθ.roʊb/
a loose piece of clothing like a coat, usually made of thick towelling material, worn informally inside the house, especially before or after a bath
Translations of “bathrobe”
in Korean 목욕 가운…
in Arabic روب الحَمَّام, بُرنُس…
in Portuguese roupão de banho…
in Catalan barnús…
in Japanese バスローブ…
in Italian accappatoio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 浴衣,浴袍, (室內穿的長而寬鬆的)晨衣,浴袍…
in Russian халат…
in Turkish bornoz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 浴衣,浴袍, (室内穿的长而宽松的)晨衣,浴袍…
in Polish szlafrok…
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