Synonyms of 'bathe'
1 swimDictionary, dip, go swimming
small ponds for the birds to bathe in
2 washDictionary, clean, bath
Back home, Shirley plays with, feeds and bathes the baby.
3 cleanseDictionary, clean, wash
She paused long enough to bathe her blistered feet.
4 coverDictionary, flood, steep
The arena was bathed in warm sunshine.
Nearly a foot of water covered the streets.
Large numbers of immigrants flooded the area.
green beans steeped in olive oil
The flat was engulfed in flames.
The electrodes are immersed in liquid.
The flower beds were overrun with weeds.
A dull red flash suffused Selby's face.
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If you bath someone, especially a child, you wash them in a bath.
Don't feel you have to bath your child every day.
If you clean something or clean dirt off it, you make it free from dirt and unwanted marks, for example by washing or wiping it. If something cleans easily, it is easy to clean.
Her father cleaned his glasses with a paper napkin.
It took half an hour to clean the orange powder off the bath.
Thesaurus for bathe from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you bathe in a sea, river, or lake , you swim, play , or wash yourself in it. Birds and animals can also bathe .