In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(room with bath)cuarto de baño masculinebaño masculine
- The house has two studies, a library, a 15 ft kitchen, dining room, family room, sitting room, drawing room and two bathrooms.
- Wondering where Brett was but not overly worried about it, Sera went to draw a bath in the luxurious bathroom.
- There will be eight single bedrooms, two bathrooms, storage rooms, offices, staff areas, a lounge, kitchen and dining room.
- Before he came over, she went into her bathroom to find the toilet seat up and the roll of toilet paper left in a state.
- One of the bathrooms has a bath with shower attachment and brass fittings, while the other has a step-in electric shower and airing cupboard.
- To the left is the family bathroom which has a bath, wash basin, toilet and tiled wall and floor.
- The family bathroom has a bath with shower attachment as well as a number of fitted shelving units.
- Bedrooms will be built in pairs with bathrooms between each room.
- Hence the state-of-the art bathrooms with rolltop baths, his and her washbasins and shower units with jet sprays.
- All the bedrooms and studies and sitting rooms were of Chinese style while the dining rooms, lounges and bathrooms were Western.
- The main bathroom has a bath with separate shower cubicle and a polished wooden floor.
- A pine ceiling is a feature of the kitchen, while the family bathroom has a bath and shower.
- The first double bedroom has a timber floor and en suite bathroom with corner bath.
- Unusually for such a setting in South Africa, children are not only tolerated but actively welcomed, accommodated in loft-style rooms with their own bathrooms.
- The bathroom has a bath, a toilet and a hand basin and is plumbed for a washing machine.
- Art deco bathrooms with deep baths are also on the large side, with antique silver taps and luxury amenities.
- The journey from after dinner play up to the bathroom and into the bath is getting rough.
- Sitting in four acres of grounds, it includes three reception rooms, a billiard room, kitchen, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a sauna room.
- The bathroom includes a bath with wood surround as well as a period-style hand basin.
- At the rear are the marble bathrooms with their free-standing baths and the added bonus of underfloor heating.
2US(toilet)baño masculineservicio masculineto go to the bathroom — ir al baño / al servicio
- the dog went to the bathroom on the carpet — el perro ensució la alfombra
- before noun bathroom humor — humor escatológico
- bathroom scales — balanza de baño
- I smiled at Jake and kissed him quickly before jumping out of the car and joining Aimee and the other girls who were heading towards the public bathrooms.
- The school's bathroom facilities also received a new coat of paint at the same time.
- I had heard her get up to go to the bathroom so I was afraid she'd fallen or something.
- You may have noticed, lately, that public bathrooms are increasingly automated, thanks to infrared systems.
- It contained a variety of rides for kids of all ages, with plenty for snack foods, drinks and conveniently located bathrooms.
- Segregated public bathrooms threaten people's safety, job security and access to education.
- They also have generous bathroom facilities that they allow one to use in emergencies.
- Glad that she made a good excuse, she walked off towards the ladies bathroom to regain her composure.
- Blair quietly gathered up the graded tests, placed them in a pile on the table, then went to the bathroom.
- He made his way through all of them, the break room, the supply closet, even the bathrooms before he entered the large office at the front of the building.
- I grabbed a ratty towel from the outhouse bathroom and jogged away in the direction of the creek.
- He went to the bathroom, leaving Faye standing with an odd feeling in her gut.
- Works appeared in a variety of places - in the stations' public areas, in bathrooms, and inside and outside one of the subway trains.
- Jamie stood outside the door of one of the public bathrooms, his stomach in knots.
- I went to the bathroom once, then came back into my room and waited some more.
- Meanwhile, the long awaited public bathrooms are yet to open.
- The bathrooms all have little occupied signs on them, like airplanes, which is useful once you figure that out.
- The bathroom was a chemical loo in a tiny separate tent or, Aaron bashfully suggested, the great outdoors.
- Supervise them in places like malls, movie theaters, parks, public bathrooms, or while fundraising door to door.
- There's some mathematical equation that architects must follow that ensures there are enough bathrooms in a public facility.
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