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Bath British & World English

A spa town in SW England; population 81,600 (est. 2009). The town was founded by the Romans, who called it Aquae Sulis, and was a fashionable spa in the 18th and early 19th centuries

bath1 British & World English

A large container for water, used for immersing and washing the body

bath2 British & World English

An ancient Hebrew liquid measure equivalent to about 40 litres or 9 gallons

Bath bun British & World English

A round yeast bun containing currants and topped with icing or sugar

bath cube British & World English

A cube of perfumed bath salts which is dissolved in bathwater

bath mat British & World English

A mat for a person to stand on after getting out of a bath

bath time British & World English

The usual time at which a baby or child is washed in a bath

dust bath British & World English

A bird’s act of rolling in dust to clean its feathers

oil bath British & World English

A receptacle containing oil, used for cooling, heating, lubricating, or insulating equipment immersed in it

sand bath British & World English

A container of heated sand, used in a laboratory to supply uniform heating

sitz bath British & World English

A bath in which only the buttocks and hips are immersed in water

stop bath British & World English

A bath for stopping the action of a preceding bath by neutralizing any of its chemical still present

hip bath British & World English

A portable bath large enough to sit rather than lie down in

bath chair British & World English

A kind of wheelchair for invalids, typically with a hood

bath salts British & World English

A crystalline substance that is dissolved in bathwater to soften or perfume it

bath sponge British & World English

A marine sponge of warm waters, the fibrous skeleton of which is used as a sponge for washing

Bath stone British & World English

A type of oolitic limestone found especially near Bath in SW England, grey to yellowish in colour and used in building and sculpture

bubble bath British & World English

Liquid, crystals, or powder added to bathwater to make it foam and have a fragrant smell

steam bath British & World English

A room that is filled with hot steam for the purpose of cleaning and refreshing the body and for relaxation

sponge bath British & World English

North American term for blanket bath.

water bath British & World English

A container of water heated to a given temperature, used for heating substances placed in smaller containers

blanket bath British & World English

An all-over wash given to a person confined to bed

slipper bath British & World English

A bath with one high end to lean against and the other end covered over

swimming bath British & World English

A swimming pool, especially a public indoor one

Turkish bath British & World English

A cleansing or relaxing treatment that involves a period of time spent sitting in a room filled with very hot air or steam, generally followed by washing and massage

take a bath in bath1 British & World English

Suffer a heavy financial loss

take a bath British & World English

Suffer a heavy financial loss

Bath, Order of the British & World English

see Order of the Bath.

an early bath in bath1 British & World English

Used in reference to the sending off of a sports player during a match

an early bath British & World English

Used in reference to the sending off of a sports player during a match

Order of the Bath British & World English

(In the UK) an order of knighthood, so called from the ceremonial bath which originally preceded installation. It has four classes of membership, which are: Knight or Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB), Knight or Dame Commander (KCB/DCB), and Companion (CB)

birdbath British & World English

A small basin placed in a garden and filled with water for birds to bathe in

footbath British & World English

An act of washing one’s feet

mudbath British & World English

A bath in the mud of mineral springs, taken to relieve rheumatic complaints

spa bath in spa British & World English

A bath containing hot aerated water

bathhouse British & World English

A building containing baths for communal use

Roman baths British & World English

A building containing a complex of rooms designed for bathing, relaxing, and socializing, as used in ancient Rome

shower bath in shower British & World English

An act of washing oneself in a shower

whirlpool bath in whirlpool British & World English

A heated pool in which hot aerated water is continuously circulated

bath English Thesaurus

the bedrooms have their own bath and shower

bath English-Spanish

baño m

Bath chair English-Spanish

silla f de ruedascubierta

fixing bath English-Spanish

(baño m de) fijado m

blood bath English-Spanish

masacre f, baño m de sangre, carnicería f


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