Definition of bathrobe in English:

bathrobe

Line breaks: bath|robe
Pronunciation: /ˈbɑːθrəʊb
 
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noun

A dressing gown, especially one made of towelling.
More example sentences
  • By this time, I had discarded my streetwear and slipped into a towelling bathrobe, a pair of blue-paper boxer shorts, and a pair of flip - flops.
  • All she'd worn was nightclothes and bathrobes for the two years she'd been in there.
  • I nodded, turning as Zannah re-emerged from the bathroom in her bathrobe and a towel wrapped round her long auburn hair.

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