Translation of bathe in Spanish:
- 1 (wash)(wound/eyes)
- Use cotton wool, or a pad for removing make-up, to soak up this mix and gently bathe the eyes.
- Hop Sing continued to gently bathe the wound; although there was little point it offered some comfort and hope to the young man.
- After meals, gently bathe the site with warm salt water (one teaspoon of table salt to a glass).
- Anyway, with my terrier, sometimes I bathe her to wash the allergens off.
- In the naming ritual, the grandmother kneels and washes the mother's hair, then bathes the baby.
- No one ever taught me how to actually bathe a baby!
- 2 (drench) (usually passive) to be bathed
- And at winter dusk, sky and snow are bathed in delicate colours which linger for hours.
- On a sunny Sunday that is unseasonably warm, the Pawson household is bathed in light and filled with the smell of roasting lamb.
- Kita was immediately bathed in a pool of white light.
- 1 (take bath) (US)bañarseExample sentences
- People used the same water to bathe, wash their cows and drink,’ Bascombe related.
- But what if the upstream community wants to use the water to bathe and wash clothes, and the result will be a shortage of drinking water for the downstream community?
- In other news, I got to bathe in running water tonight!
- 2 (go swimming) (British)bañarseExample sentences
- I would land from time to time and swim and bathe in the lake and watch as white birds lifted from the water and soared off to the clouds.
- Summer now exists only as a vague memory, a time when all was warm and I bathed in lakes and pools and kissed and danced (possibly).
- Both men and donkeys stepped into the cool waters of the river, bathed and then spent some time under the green shady trees.
- (British) [colloquial](no plural)to go for a bathe
baño (masculine) (en el mar, en un río etc)ir a darse un baño
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