Definition of 'bathtub'
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Plus a freestanding bathtub is an added bonus. The Sun (2013)But she died alone in a hotel bathtub. Christianity Today (2000)The cost of filling a bathtub with baked beans will have almost doubled. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Room 12 in the tower is the pick, with a copper bathtub. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The pod has one double and one twin bedroom, a bathroom with a giant copper bathtub and power shower, and a kitchen and dining area. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There was a huge ensuite with a freestanding bathtub and, out front, a porch with rocking chairs and wide views across the prairie towards the mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'bathtub'
British English: bathtub /ˈbɑːθˌtʌb/ NOUN
A bathtub is a container which you fill with water and sit in while you wash your body.
...a huge pink marble bathtub.
- American English: bathtub
- Arabic: حَوْضُ الِاسْتِحْمام
- Brazilian Portuguese: banheira
- Chinese: 浴缸
- Croatian: kada
- Czech: vana
- Danish: badekar
- Dutch: badkuip
- European Spanish: bañera
- Finnish: kylpyamme
- French: baignoire
- German: Badewanne
- Greek: μπανιέρα
- Italian: vasca da bagno
- Japanese: 浴槽
- Korean: 욕조
- Norwegian: badekar
- Polish: wanna
- European Portuguese: banheira
- Romanian: cadă
- Russian: ванна
- Spanish: bañera
- Swedish: badkar
- Thai: อ่างอาบน้ำ
- Turkish: küvet
- Ukrainian: ванна
- Vietnamese: bồn tắm
Definition of bathtub from the Collins English Dictionary
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