Translation of bath in Spanish:

bath

baño, n.

Pronunciation /bɑːθ//bæθ/

noun

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    • 1.1(wash)

      baño masculine
      (oil/salts/towel) (before noun) de baño
      to have or (US also) take a bath darse un baño
      • to give sb a bath bañar a algn
      • Give your child a daily bath with soap and warm water.
      • I longed for a bath, clean linen and a bed - any kind of bed that would allow me to stretch and relax.
      • There was a time when all you needed for a fully satisfying bath were water, soap, bath-mat and towel, and maybe a chunk of pumicestone for getting off the real dirt.
      • I finished my bath just as the doorbell rang.
      • He used to pay a means-tested fee of £3.45 for a home help to come to his home twice a week to assist him in having a bath and to clean and tidy his home.
      • Go home, have a bath and wash your hair.
      • Get a manicure, do some yoga, or enjoy a luscious aromatherapy bath.
      • The crisis was so grave that no baths were allowed and toilets were only flushed when essential.
      • I would have to run home from school on the days I knew I could take a bath.
      • There's nothing like a nice hot bath on a cold winter's day.
      • Finally, Cathena gets her hot bath, soaking to her chin in the steamy water.
      • Some women were taking baths in the hot springs, laughing and playing.
      • Getting up early in the morning will also give you enough time to enjoy your bath.
      • Start to relax an hour before bedtime with a hot bath or your favorite music.
      • There is a library, a kitchen if you want to help with dinner, a bathroom for taking baths, and a couple of bedrooms if you want to take a quick rest.
      • He was given a scented bath before sunrise to wash the filth from his body.
      • She left the bed and went into the bathroom to start her bath.
      • Elizabeth, after finishing her bath, continued to dress.
      • Still confused from the concussion, Jake really wants to take a bath.
      • I got to go to a nice clean toilet, have a bath, get fed properly and that sort of stuff.

    • 1.2(tub)

      bañera feminine
      tina feminine Latin America
      bañadera feminine Argentina
      I was in the bath when you rang me estaba bañando cuando llamaste
      • She must have fallen asleep in the bath, because the next thing she knew, the water was cold and the room was empty.
      • Your child should stay no more than 15 minutes in the bath or shower, and keep the water temperature lukewarm.
      • At twenty-five past six I turned on the hot water in the bath, and covertly swallowed a small glass of brandy.
      • I did notice a few soapy bubbles in the bath but figured a quick rinse with the shower head would be sufficient.
      • Downstairs, there is even a jacuzzi in the bath and a sauna.
      • I stripped off and got in the bath, laid back and let the water begin its magic of revivifying me.
      • I sagged back in the bath and took a breath, hearing water dripping in the silence, a mist rising from the surface into the freezing air.
      • Six to eight drops of Eucalyptus oil in the bath cools the body in summer and protects in winter.
      • ‘All I want to do now is go home and lay in the bath for a week,’ he said.
      • Asmodeus laid in the bath submerging herself in a deep pool of water, her eyes closed in concentration.
      • She put the stopper in the bath and began to fill it with lukewarm water.
      • We didn't have a plug in the bath, and the shower attachment couldn't be… attached.
      • He enjoys being in the bath as he likes water and tends to splash a lot.
      • The Body Wash works just as well in the bath or shower.
      • Alora lay there in the bath, thinking about what Mark had said, and trying not to let it trouble her.
      • Birds will notice the water in the bath as they go to the feeder.
      • The plug got stuck in the bath so we couldn't use the shower, the shower rail fell down, and the telephone broke.
      • She turned on the shower and stepped in the bath, the water was warm and refreshing, unlike her water at the apartment which was always cold.
      • He goes hysterical when I even wash his face in the bath, and if water gets in his hair it is even worse.
      • Don't stay in the bath or shower too long, and use lukewarm water.

    • 1.3(bathwater)

      to run a / the bath preparar un baño

    • 1.4(bathroom)

      cuarto de baño masculine
      baño masculine
      • Buyers are drawn by their locations, their detailing, or their affordability - and turned off by their modest kitchens, baths, and master suites.
      • For high-moisture areas, like kitchens and baths or where frequent cleaning is required, use only oil-based.
      • The apartments themselves were nice and homey, consisting of two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and living/dining area.
      • Use bath and kitchen fans sparingly when the air conditioner is operating to avoid pulling warm, moist air into your home.
      • Experts say the most popular home improvement projects are room additions, sprucing up the kitchen and updating the bath.
      • A Miami housing tour, education sessions, and exhibitions highlight the best in luxury kitchens and baths.
      • It was mainly carpeted and had two bedrooms, a bath, a kitchen, a small dining area, and a living room.
      • With the types of wood and finishes available, a wood floor can be put in virtually any room in your house-even kitchens, baths, and utility rooms.
      • The increase in spending on home improvement isn't limited to kitchen and baths, although, as always, those jobs are leading the way.
      • If you are going to stay in your home while work is being done, talk to your contractor about how critical areas like the kitchen and baths will be handled.
      • They work well in kitchens, baths, and on doors and trim.
      • Our party space was maybe 550 square feet - which included the kitchen and a half bath.
      • There also are 32 pavilion suites for trainers with living rooms, kitchens, and private baths.
      • And, the Gablers only recently remodeled the bath and gutted the kitchen.
      • It was huge, ten bedrooms, three baths, a huge kitchen, elegant dining room, it was the home little girls dreamed of, or at least the ones that she grew up with.
      • Then came the downstairs bath and kitchen remodel, for which Raquel agonized over everything from faucets to light switch plates.
      • Here, we see chrome used first in the places you'd most expect to find it: the kitchen and the bath.
      • The house in Houston will include guest suites with private baths, communal kitchen, living and dining rooms, a library, a family room and a manager's office.
      • Add one or two topper fabrics to your tables, layer several towels over each other in your bath and kitchen, add a valance to your window treatments.
      • The main difference was one had a half bath, kind of bathroom which neither one of us liked, but a much nicer cabinet layout in the kitchen.

  • 2baths plural

    • 2.1swimming bathsBritish

      piscina feminine
      alberca feminine Mexico
      pileta feminine River Plate

    • 2.2public baths

      (for washing) baños públicos masculine
      (for swimming) piscina feminine
      (for swimming) alberca feminine Mexico
      (for swimming) pileta feminine River Plate
      • Consider the decline and fall of the Romans, who considered hygiene so important that they subsidized the construction of magnificent public baths where men and women washed together.
      • People flocked to the baths and open-air swimming pools, and at the Lido in Bradford's Lister Park the attendance was 2,871.
      • With regard to the cost cutting, job losses and closures of public baths by City of York Council, has anyone put two and two together and realised why they are having to save money?
      • Dating from 1846, the building contained public baths and wash houses, an important amenity and social focus in the Victorian East End.
      • Comparatively little is known of the colonia, but there were large public buildings, including baths, and private buildings with mosaics, attesting to prosperity of a provincial capital.
      • From the Greco-Roman town there are many public buildings, including seven gymnasia, administrative buildings, baths, and the agora.
      • If I remember rightly, we were simply divided into two groups - those who had been to a public baths before and those who hadn't.
      • The public baths, with their pool, were comparatively modest for so important a town.
      • For general bathing, people used the public baths but shied away from the communal washing areas, which had a stigma attached to them.
      • Observant readers may have noticed that, five years later, there are only two public baths open, and that's on a good day.
      • However, O'Connell - whose family owned the public baths in the area - has sold out and plans to leave the neighbourhood.
      • Pensioners in Bradford may be able to enjoy free swimming facilities at Corporation baths soon.
      • The first public baths, built by the Romans, is now a pile of rubble in a rundown district on the Danube's west bank.
      • Admission to the baths and swimming pool for adults is 8,000 won and for children, 7,000 won
      • Later, in the afternoon, Joe wandered to the stockyard, waited till security had passed, then jumped the wall and made his way towards the public baths.
      • I did as I was told (I usually do) and I'm now sat on a bench outside the public baths.
      • The Romans actually were quite good at public health facilities with their public baths and aqueducts and paved streets.
      • Groups of young children can regularly be seen attending swimming classes at the baths.
      • The 140-year-old landmark, initially built for use as public baths, was reduced to a pile of rubble over the Christmas period.
      • There were three pools in Silchester Road public baths and wash-house.

    • 2.3History
      (spa)

      baños masculine
      balneario masculine

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    Photography Technology
    baño masculine
    • Or the items have been soaked in fresh water and chemical baths to leech out the saltwater that threatens to destroy them.
    • The next day the coated print is put into a bath of chemicals and water and allowed to soak.
    • Great care should be practiced to prevent the potential hazard of accumulating liquid oxygen in the liquid nitrogen bath.
    • After processing in this bath, the film is clear where the developed silver was and white where the remaining silver halide is.
    • This is a long and complicated process involving acid baths and tubs of water.
    • Leaves were mounted on a Perspex holder with their lower edge touching a reservoir of dilute nutrient solution that also contained the reference bath electrode.

transitive verb

British

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    bañar

intransitive verb

British

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    bañarse