Synonyms and related words:
Australian crawl, Finnish bath, Japanese bath, Russian bath, Swedish bath, Turkish bath, aquaplaning, aquatics, backstroke, balneation, bandage, baptize, bath, bathing, breaststroke, brew, butterfly, care for, cold shower, crawl, cure, diagnose, dive, diving, doctor, dog paddle, douche, douse, drench, drouk, fin, fishtail, flapper, flipper, float, floating, flush, flush out, flux, gargle, give care to, go in swimming, go in wading, heal, hip bath, holystone, hummum, imbrue, imbue, impregnate, infiltrate, infuse, inject, irrigate, lap, lather, launder, lave, leach, lip, lixiviate, macerate, massage, minister to, mop, mop up, natation, needle bath, nurse, operate on, percolate, permeate, physic, plaster, plunge bath, poultice, purge, remedy, rinse, rinse out, ritually immerse, rub, saturate, sauna, sauna bath, scour, scrub, scrub up, seethe, shampoo, shower, shower bath, sidestroke, sitz bath, skinny-dip, sluice, sluice out, soak, soap, sodden, sop, souse, splint, sponge, sponge bath, steep, strap, surfboarding, surfing, swab, sweat bath, swim, swimming, syringe, toivel, tread water, treading water, treat, tub, wade, wading, wash, wash out, wash up, waterlog, waterskiing, whirlpool bath

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  • Bathe — (b[=a][th]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bathed} (b[=a][th]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Bathing}.] [OE. ba[eth]ien, AS. ba[eth]ian, fr. b[ae][eth] bath. See 1st {Bath}, and cf. {Bay} to bathe.] 1. To wash by immersion, as in a bath; to subject to a bath. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bathe — Bathe, v. i. 1. To bathe one s self; to take a bath or baths. They bathe in summer. Waller. [1913 Webster] 2. To immerse or cover one s self, as in a bath. To bathe in fiery floods. Shak. Bathe in the dimples of her cheek. Lloyd. [1913 Webster] 3 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bathe — Bathe, n. The immersion of the body in water; as, to take one s usual bathe. Edin. Rev. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bathe — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Klaus Jürgen Bathe (* 1943), deutscher Ingenieurswissenschaftler und Professor für Maschinenbau am Massachusetts Institute of Technology Walter Bathe (1892–1959), deutscher Schwimmer Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bathe — bāth vb, bathed; bath·ing vt 1) to wash in a liquid (as water) 2) to apply water or a liquid medicament to <bathe the eye with warm water> vi to take a bath bathe n Brit the act or action of bathing: BATH …   Medical dictionary

  • bathe — [ beıð ] verb * 1. ) transitive AMERICAN to wash someone in a BATHTUB: I ll bathe the baby for you. a ) intransitive to wash yourself, especially in a BATHTUB 2. ) intransitive to swim in a river or lake, or in the ocean 3. ) transitive to cover… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bathe — (v.) O.E. baþian to wash, lave, bathe (trans. and intrans.), from root of BATH (Cf. bath) (q.v.), with different vowel sound due to ↑ i mutation. Related: Bathed; BATHING (Cf. bathing) …   Etymology dictionary

  • bathe — bathe, bath ou bathouse adj. Beau : Une bathe gonzesse. / Bon : Merci, t es bath. / Agréable : Le cinoche, c est bath. / Bath au pieu, adroit en amour. □ n.m. Vrai, authentique : C est pas du toc, c est du bath …   Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire

  • bathe — [bāth] vt. bathed, bathing [ME bathen < OE bathian < bæth, BATH1] 1. to put into a liquid; immerse 2. to give a bath to; wash 3. to wet or moisten [sweat bathed his brow] 4 …   English World dictionary

  • bathe — index imbue, immerse (plunge into), permeate, pervade Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • bathe — [v] wash with water and, usually, soap bath, clean, cleanse, dip, douse, dunk, flood, hose, imbathe, imbue, immerse, moisten, rinse, scour, scrub, shower, soak, soap, sponge, steep, submerge, suffuse, tub, water, wet; concepts 161,165 Ant. dirty …   New thesaurus

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