Definition of 'bathrobe'
Example sentences containing 'bathrobe'
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MOST of us would love to go to work in a bathrobe and slippers. The Sun (2017)HEAD north to get warm this winter by wrapping up in a fluffy bathrobe and indulging yourself at one of the region's brilliant hotel spas. The Sun (2016)He thought for a moment and looked down at himself still dressed in his pajamas, bathrobe and slippers. WEB OF DREAMS (1989)Emma, wrapped in a bathrobe, was sitting on the edge of the bed. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (1989)
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Translations for 'bathrobe'
British English: bathrobe /ˈbɑːθˌrəʊb/ NOUN
A bathrobe is a loose piece of clothing made of the same material as towels. You wear it before or after you have a bath or a swim.
- American English: bathrobe
- Arabic: لِبَاس الاِسْتِحْمَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: roupão de banho
- Chinese: 浴衣
- Croatian: kupaći ogrtač
- Czech: župan
- Danish: badekåbe
- Dutch: badjas
- European Spanish: albornoz
- Finnish: kylpytakki
- French: peignoir
- German: Bademantel
- Greek: μπουρνούζι
- Italian: accappatoio
- Japanese: バスローブ
- Korean: 목욕 가운
- Norwegian: badekåpe
- Polish: szlafrok
- European Portuguese: roupão de banho
- Romanian: halat
- Russian: купальный халат
- Spanish: bata
- Swedish: badrock
- Thai: เสื้อคลุมอาบน้ำ
- Turkish: bornoz
- Ukrainian: купальний халат
- Vietnamese: áo choàng tắm
Definition of bathrobe from the Collins English Dictionary
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