In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(wash)(wound/eyes) lavar(dog/baby) bañar US
2(drench)to be bathed in sth — estar bañado en algo
1Britishinformalmasculine bañoto go for a bathe — ir a darse un baño
- Use cotton wool, or a pad for removing make-up, to soak up this mix and gently bathe the eyes.
- After meals, gently bathe the site with warm salt water (one teaspoon of table salt to a glass).
- Miss Gage, the nurse, talks while she bathes him and takes his temperature.
- After having your upholstery and carpeting cleaned, it is important to bathe your dog regularly to prevent this problem from recurring.
- Some parents bathe their children separately in the interests of both safety and one-on-one time.
- Apparently there were stories about him telling the nannies, you know, and the nurses and things, how to bathe the children and so forth.
- At night the couple share bedtime duties: Bill bathes the children, Yvonne gets them into their pajamas, and both tuck them into bed.
- Soak or bathe the affected part in vinegar or isopropyl alcohol for thirty minutes or until the pain is relieved.
- The women poured potions from several bottles and began gently to bathe and wash his body.
- The feet should be bathed frequently and all areas around the toes dried thoroughly.
- No one ever taught me how to actually bathe a baby!
- In the naming ritual, the grandmother kneels and washes the mother's hair, then bathes the baby.
- While I bathe my children, I edit the Sunday bulletin.
- The masseuse bathes my feet then unlocks a few facial pressure points while I succumb to the ambient flute music and scents of clove and ylang-ylang oil.
- The next morning, the nurses bathe her, feed her a tasty breakfast, and set her in a chair at a window overlooking a lovely flower garden.
- Depending on your dog's lifestyle and breed, you will probably want to bathe him every month or two.
- Hop Sing continued to gently bathe the wound; although there was little point it offered some comfort and hope to the young man.
- Gavin was under the shade of a tree and Ariel brought cold water from the stream to bathe his head.
- She tells him that Odysseus will not come back and calls her maids in to bathe the beggar and give him finer clothing.
- It was with this that Hannah gently bathed Riko's face and neck, then buttoned his pajama top back up when she had finished.
- At Mrs. J's direction, Sara propped his legs up on a couple of down pillows, covered him snugly and bathed his forehead with a cool washcloth.
- His coat was still grimy, but she would bathe him later.
- He dipped the cloth into the warm water and softly bathed my sore feet.
- Anyway, with my terrier, sometimes I bathe her to wash the allergens off.
- Billy takes the dog home, feeds him, bathes him, and gives him a place to sleep.
- We both play with her, make her meals, bathe her, put her to bed.
- I also used to wash her feet when I couldn't bathe her fully.
- If there is no bathtub, dissolve one ounce of Epsom salts in a pint of warm water and bathe the body all over with the mixture.
- Well I am exhausted and parts of me really hurt and I have to have some strange lady bathe me out of a bucket.
- Don't allow pets in areas where food is prepared or handled, and don't bathe your pet or clean aquariums in the kitchen sink or bathtub.
- We bring food, bathe them, cut their hair and clean their homes for them,’ Sinan said.
- How often you bathe your baby depends on the baby's age and the time of year.
- She bathes his feet and begins to move upward when Odysseus realizes that he has an old scar she will recognize.
- She bathes the ulcerated foot of a small child at Madam Carr's orphanage.
- He also knew he would have to bathe her; hopefully Alexia would have something Isobel could wear for a bit.
- Tim stepped through into the light and allowed its warmth to bathe him.
- The New York Times reported on one such technique in which foods are bathed in a liquid solution of water and protein.
- And at winter dusk, sky and snow are bathed in delicate colours which linger for hours.
- It bathes us in its own sad aura of humiliation, and makes us feel grimly disappointed.
- On a sunny Sunday that is unseasonably warm, the Pawson household is bathed in light and filled with the smell of roasting lamb.
- Night has fallen and the moon bathes him in a silvery glow.
- Sunlight streamed in and bathed Kami with its glow.
- Kita was immediately bathed in a pool of white light.
- Wiley bathes his figures in a vibrant red glow, as if the background color were actually radiant.
en el mar, en un río etc
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