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bathtub

noun [C] uk   /ˈbɑːθ.tʌb/ us    /ˈbæθ-/ ( also tub)
B1 mainly US ( UK usually bath) a long plastic, metal, or ceramic container that is filled with water so that you can sit or lie in it to wash your whole body
Translations of “bathtub”
in Korean 욕조…
in Arabic حَوْض الاسْتِحْمام…
in Portuguese banheira…
in Catalan banyera…
in Japanese 浴槽(そう)…
in Italian vasca da bagno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 澡盆,浴缸…
in Russian ванна…
in Turkish banyo küveti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 澡盆,浴缸…
in Polish wanna…
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