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hot tub

[ hot-tuhb ]
/ ˈhɒt ˌtʌb /
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noun
a large tub, usually designed to accommodate several people, that is filled with hot aerated water and often equipped with a thermostat and whirlpool: used for relaxation or physical therapy and often placed out-of-doors, as on a deck or porch.
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Origin of hot tub

An Americanism dating back to 1970–75

OTHER WORDS FROM hot tub

hot-tub·ber, nounhot-tub·bing, noun
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