Associations to the word «Bathe»
BATHE, verb. (intransitive) To clean oneself by immersion in water or using water; to take a bath, have a bath.
BATHE, verb. (intransitive) To immerse oneself, or part of the body, in water for pleasure or refreshment; to swim.
BATHE, verb. (transitive) To clean a person by immersion in water or using water; to take a bath, have a bath.
BATHE, verb. (transitive) To apply water or other liquid to; to suffuse or cover with liquid.
BATHE, verb. (figuratively) (transitive and intransitive) To cover or surround.
BATHE, verb. (intransitive) To sunbathe.
BATHE, noun. (British) (colloquial) The act of swimming or bathing, especially in the sea, a lake, or a river; a swimming bath.
BATHE, noun. The act of swimming; "the Englishman said he had a good bathe".
BATHE, verb. Cleanse the entire body; "bathe daily".
BATHE, verb. Suffuse with or as if with light; "The room was bathed in sunlight".
BATHE, verb. Clean one's body by immersion into water; "The child should bathe every day".
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