Spanish translation of 'massage'
masaje mmassage (euphemistic)
dar un masaje a
- (informal) [figures]
- See massage parlour
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Example Sentences Including 'massage'
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Foot massages are all very well but they take you only so far.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She goes to see her mother and gives her a foot massage.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The hotel is basic but comfortable and there is a small spa for relaxing foot massages.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The plush hotel has no less than five swimming and reasonably priced beauty treatments, such as relaxing facials and massages.The Sun (2016)
The seats give you a massage as you drive.The Sun (2013)
We got right on with the relaxation with a massage in the spa.The Sun (2011)
You might then progress to upper body massage.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Or you can snore your way through a massage at the alfresco spa for an extra charge.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
We have an ice bath after the game and then the next day a good massage on any parts of the body that need it.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
You also get a head massage.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Apply the scrub in the usual way and gently massage the skin for three to four minutes.The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)
Give him some relaxing massages to help him feel less stressed and to reconnect physically.The Sun (2017)
He offered to give her a massage to help ease back pain.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Keep up with the massages and persuade her gradually to allow you to massage other parts of her body.The Sun (2012)
The man initially knocked on her door telling her she had to have a free head massage.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There is also something about massages being offered.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We're told the redesign includes a massage room and flash coffee shops.The Sun (2009)
You could give him a relaxing massage in return.The Sun (2006)
The main benefits of massage are relaxation and stress relief, though it also helps with circulation and lymph drainage.M.E. and You - a self-help plan (1988)
The oil will then be rubbed into your body using massage techniques.The A-Z of Beauty Treatment (1994)
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'massage' in Other Languages
British English: massage /ˈmæsɑːʒ; -sɑːdʒ/ NOUN
Massage is the action of squeezing and rubbing someone's body, as a way of making them relax or reducing their pain.
He asked me if I wanted a massage.
- American English: massage
- Arabic: تَدْلِيكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: massagem
- Chinese: 按摩
- Croatian: masaža
- Czech: masáž
- Danish: massage
- Dutch: massage
- European Spanish: masaje
- Finnish: hieronta
- French: massage
- German: Massage
- Greek: μασάζ
- Italian: massaggio
- Japanese: マッサージ
- Korean: 마사지
- Norwegian: massasje
- Polish: masaż
- European Portuguese: massagem
- Romanian: masaj
- Russian: массаж
- Spanish: masaje
- Swedish: massage
- Thai: การนวด
- Turkish: masaj
- Ukrainian: масаж
- Vietnamese: sự xoa bóp
British English: massage VERB
If you massage someone or a part of their body, you squeeze and rub their body, in order to make them relax or reduce their pain.
She continued massaging her right foot, which was bruised and aching.
Translation of massage from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary