noun, plural baths [bathz, bahthz, baths, bahths]. /bæðz, bɑðz, bæθs, bɑθs/.
- the depressed hearth of a steelmaking furnace.
- the molten metal being made into steel in a steelmaking furnace.
verb (used with or without object), bathed, bath·ing.Chiefly British.
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Idioms for bath
Origin of bath1
OTHER WORDS FROM bathbathless, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for bath
Facing muggy race conditions in Qatar of 88 degrees Fahrenheit with 75 percent humidity, the Canadian 50K racewalker spent ten minutes in an ice bath shortly before the race, then donned an ice towel while waiting for the start.
There’s this stigma toward fathers that we shouldn’t be as loving or sing to our children or get them to bed or give them baths.These Mothers Wanted to Care for Their Kids and Keep Their Jobs. Now They're Suing After Being Fired|Eliana Dockterman|March 3, 2021|Time
People who regularly take baths seem to have lower stress levels and be less depressed than people who just shower.
No matter what shape your skin is in, sealing in the moisture of a bath is always a good thing.
If you’re wondering how long to stay in the bath for, it’s really up to your personal preference.
Then I see all those couples quarreling in Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
You can not see anything in there, until it magically emerges in the developing bath.
It was now safely back in its cage, although the chancellor sometimes let it play in the bath, he said.
Wikipedia has an entire entry on medicinal clays, though many are of the mud-bath variety.You Probably Shouldn’t Try to Lose 20 Pounds by Eating Clay|Kent Sepkowitz|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just yesterday I claimed a local deli, a small poodle and a Bed, Bath and Beyond.
But some one, perhaps it was Robert, thought of a bath at that mystic hour and under that mystic moon.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
Then said Nqong from his bath in the salt-pan, "Come and ask me about it to-morrow, because I'm going to wash."Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
When partially exhausted the aluminum shutters are dipped into a bath of shellac.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller
Enjoying the keen physical pleasure of it, he thought what a wholly delightful thing was a hot bath after a day's hard hunting.
With a desperate effort of the will he hurled himself out of the bath and threw open the window.
British Dictionary definitions for bath (1 of 4)
noun plural baths (bɑːðz)
- a vessel in which something is immersed to maintain it at a constant temperature, to process it photographically, electrolytically, etc, or to lubricate it
- the liquid used in such a vessel
Word Origin for bath
British Dictionary definitions for bath (2 of 4)
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Derived forms of Ba'thBathi, adjectiveBathism, nounBathist, noun
Word Origin for Ba'th
Medical definitions for bath
n. pl. baths (băðz, băths)
Idioms and Phrases with bath
see take a bath; throw out the baby with the bath water.