Associations to the word «Bathing»
Pictures for the word «Bathing»
BATHING, adjective. Designed for use whilst bathing.
BATHING, noun. The act of taking a bath.
BATHING, verb. Present participle of bathe
BATHING, verb. Present participle of bath
BATHING BEAUTIES, noun. Plural of bathing beauty
BATHING BEAUTY, noun. An attractive woman in a bathing suit.
BATHING BOX, noun. (UK) (Australia) A beach hut.
BATHING BOXES, noun. Plural of bathing box
BATHING CAP, noun. A silicone, latex or lycra cap worn on the head by recreational and competitive swimmers.
BATHING CAPS, noun. Plural of bathing cap
BATHING COSTUME, noun. (chiefly British) (rather dated) The clothes that one wears when bathing in the sea or a swimming pool, especially the one-piece garment worn by women and girls; a swimming costume, bathing suit, swimming trunks or swimsuit.
BATHING HUT, noun. A hut, usually located on a beachfront, for the purpose of changing into or out of a bathing suit in privacy.
BATHING HUT, noun. A small house on the beach, a shelter from the sun or wind, a place for changing into and out of swimming costumes and for the safe storing of some personal belongings.
BATHING HUTS, noun. Plural of bathing hut
BATHING MACHINE, noun. (in the 19th and early 20th century) A portable changing room that was rolled down a beach to the edge of the sea to allow people to paddle in the sea modestly.
BATHING MACHINES, noun. Plural of bathing machine
BATHING SUIT, noun. A tight-fitting garment worn for swimming, especially the one piece garment worn by women and girls; a swimsuit.
BATHING SUITS, noun. Plural of bathing suit
BATHING TRUNKS, noun. A pair of shorts or briefs worn for swimming or bathing.
BATHING, noun. Immersing the body in water or sunshine.
BATHING, noun. The act of washing yourself (or another person).
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