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
Definition for bath (2 of 3)
Origin of bath2
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How to use bath in a sentence
Whether you opt for wet or dry may be a matter of preference in the end, but it’s worth noting a few cons of shaving in the bath.Best electric shaver: Get a smooth shave with our picks|Jeremy Helligar|December 18, 2020|Popular Science
Our favorite small business to buy luxurious bath treats from is Adrina Dietra’s apothecary, but Etsy is packed to the gills with other options from indie makers, too.
Centuries-old hammams — public baths — in Morocco’s Fez have been retrofitted with solar panels so they can double up as giant batteries.Authenticity Versus Longevity for Preservation: Which Matters More?|Nick Fouriezos|December 11, 2020|Ozy
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The bitter acid in them can be easily removed by cracking them into pieces and soaking the acorn nut meat chunks in repeating baths of warm water, one hour at a time, until the bitter is gone.
It is an advertising campaign, selling Dior and selling her, bathed in the false glow of intimacy.
And the rest of his policy ideas, even when right-leaning, were bathed in a soft, summer camp biblical glow.
At least Sagiryan and Dzhabarov can now seek R&R in sun-bathed Crimea—all without leaving Russian Federation territory.
But Still Walking is bathed in lovely summer light, and it floats on air.
I was a student of masculinity from a very young age, (perhaps even as I bathed in a hormone cocktail in the womb).Five Books that Taught Me Something About Being a Man|T Cooper|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She bathed Madame Ratignolle's face with cologne, while Robert plied the fan with unnecessary vigor.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
Not a zephyr ruffled the leaf of a rose, and a soft breathing fragrance bathed his reposing senses.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
The mountain ranges were bathed in sunshine and the scarred and seamy face of stern old Errigal seemed almost to smile.
She rose impatiently and bathed her eyes before ringing for the maid to lace her for dinner—it was long past tea-time.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
He was completely bathed in cold perspiration, an almost certain sign of death, since a heavy fever had taken possession of him.
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)
Word Origin for bath
British Dictionary definitions for bath (3 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for bath (4 of 4)
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.