Hindi translation of 'bathe'
bathe /beɪð बेइद़्/
Word forms: bathes, bathing, bathed
1. intransitive verb
When you bathe in a sea, river, or lake, you swim or play there.[Brit , formal]
The water's 45 degrees centigrade, so it's nice to bathe in.
bathing uncountable noun
2. intransitive verb
When you bathe, you have a bath.[Am]
At least 60% of us bathe or shower once a day.
3. transitive verb
When you bathe a wound, you wash it gently.
Bathe the infected area in salty water.
4. transitive verb
If a place is bathed in light, it is very bright.
रोशनी से नहा उठना
I was led to a small room bathed in sunlight.
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Example Sentences Including 'bathe'
He sensed them scattering, heard one car engine from some distance away, saw headlights flick on, move closer to bathe the scene.The Last Raven
They did get up from time to time, of course, to get more beer and wine, to bathe , to make a sandwich.Seize the Reckless Wind
Then he ordered Pippin and Merry to heat as much water as they could in their small kettles, and to bathe the wound with it.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
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'bathe' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَسْتَحِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: banhar-se
- Chinese: 沐浴
- Croatian: kupati se
- Czech: vykoupat se koupat se
- Danish: bade
- Dutch: baden (zich)
- European Spanish: bañarse
- Finnish: kylpeä
- French: se baigner
- German: baden
- Greek: κάνω μπάνιο
- Italian: fare il bagno
- Japanese: 泳ぐ
- Korean: 수영하다
- Norwegian: bade
- Polish: wykąpać się kąpać się
- Portuguese: tomar banho
- Romanian: a se scălda
- Russian: купаться
- Spanish: bañarse
- Swedish: bada
- Thai: อาบน้ำ
- Turkish: yüzmek
- Ukrainian: купатися скупатися
- Vietnamese: đầm mình
Translation of bathe from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary