Definition of 'tub'

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Each villa has a sauna and hot tub. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the other tub of ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The chalet has a hot tub and sauna to ease those muscles and is just a short stroll from the village centre. The Sun (2016)Spoon one tub of ice cream into the bowl, spreading it around in a thick layer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Try the spa, with its steam rooms and hot tubs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There's a hot tub on deck if you fancy doing some stewing of your own. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The lodge where we stayed was luxurious, with a hot tub and views of the sea. The Sun (2017)First there's the spa, with its hammam and outdoor hot tubs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The rooms wear their age well, thanks to cheerful decor; some have hot tubs and pools. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Walk in its ancient woodlands, then thaw out in the outdoor hot tub or the Moroccan hammam. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is also an outdoor hot tub. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Spread over the other tub of ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is a sun terrace with a hot tub and sauna on the roof. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were crushed by tubs full of coal. The Sun (2012)There is a bit of hot tub action. The Sun (2013)Do think carefully about where to put the tub. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It arrived curled up in a margarine tub. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can wrap it around a plastic tub and close it with a clip. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Surprisingly there is no spa tub or pool. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One weekend he bought six tubs of ice cream and asked me to eat them. The Sun (2013)The tented rooms are introducing extras such as saunas and hot tubs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)On a table nearby is a vase of pink roses and on her desk a tub of white orchids. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Any bitter pill of criticism one offers an elephant must be buried within a vast tub of cream cheese. Stanley Bing THROWING THE ELEPHANT (2002)All rooms have access to an outdoor hot tub and are connected to the main building by glass walkways. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A large wooden tub steamed in readiness near the hearth. Kathleen E. Woodiwiss THE WOLF AND THE DOVEI can eat an entire tub in one go. The Sun (2012)Add enough cream to make a sauce - a third to a half of a small tub should do. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Of course she did, because her own mum will have introduced her to the affordable little blue tub years earlier. The Sun (2014)She's right to be enthusiastic about the little blue tub of thick, white cream. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep the stock, as you can use it another day - simply pour it into small tubs and freeze. Times, Sunday Times (2016)

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Translations for 'tub'

British English: tub NOUN
A tub is a deep container of any size.
He peeled the paper top off a little white tub and poured the cream into his coffee.
  • American English: tub
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tina
  • Chinese: 浴缸
  • European Spanish: cubo
  • French: pot
  • German: Kübel
  • Italian: vaschetta
  • Japanese: 容器
  • Korean: 욕조
  • European Portuguese: tina
  • Spanish: cubo


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