Definition of 'bathe'
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The men can take it in turns to bathe in the river. Man of Honour (2007)Robots can wash your hair, feed you and bathe you. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We had barely hammered in the last tent peg when 50 elephants emerged from the forest to bathe in the river. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Cannot wash and bathe at all and needs another person to wash their entire body (eight points)? Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'bathe'
British English: bathe /beɪð/ VERB
When you bathe in a sea, river, or lake, you swim or play there.
The water's 45 degrees centigrade, so it's nice to bathe in.
- American English: swim
- Arabic: يَسْتَحِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: banhar-se
- Chinese: 沐浴
- Croatian: kupati se
- Czech: vykoupat 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
- European Portuguese: tomar banho
- Romanian: a se scălda
- Russian: купаться
- Spanish: bañarse
- Swedish: bada
- Thai: อาบน้ำ
- Turkish: yüzmek
- Ukrainian: купатися
- Vietnamese: đầm mình
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