Translation of bañar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 [niño/enfermo] (en la bañera) to bath, give … a bath; (en la ducha) to give … a shower hay que bañar al or el perro we have to give the dog a bath
- 2 2.1 [pulsera/cubierto] to plate bañar algo
enalgo to plate sth withsth el anillo está bañado en oro the ring is gold-plated 2.2 (cubrir) to cover servir la coliflor bañada con or en salsa de tomate serve the cauliflower covered with tomato sauce llegó bañado en sudor he arrived bathed o/or covered in sweat con el rostro bañado en lágrimas with his face bathed in tears su cadáver bañado en sangre his dead body covered in blood
- 3 3.1 [literario/literary] [mar/río] to bathe [literario/literary], wash [literario/literary] 3.2 [literario/literary] [luz/sol] to bathe [literario/literary] su rostro bañado por la luz de la luna her face bathed in moonlight
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (bañarse)(reflexivo/reflexive)
- 1.1 (en la bañera) to have o/or take a bath, to bathe (inglés norteamericano/American English) ; (en la ducha) to shower, have o/or take a shower ¡te has bañado en perfume! you've certainly splashed on the perfume! 1.2 (en el mar, un río) to swim, bathe no me gusta bañarme en el río I don't like bathing/swimming in the river ¿te has bañado hoy? have you been in the water o/or been swimming today? prohibido bañarse no bathing, no swimming mandar or echar a algn a bañarse (Cono Sur/Southern Cone) [familiar/colloquial] to tell sb to get lost [familiar/colloquial], to tell sb to go to hell [argot/slang] ¡anda a bañarte! go jump in a lake [familiar/colloquial]
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