[ soo-dey-shee-oh ]
/ suˈdeɪ ʃiˌoʊ /
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noun, plural su·da·ti·o·nes [soo-dey-shee-oh-neez]. /suˌdeɪ ʃiˈoʊ niz/.
(in an ancient Roman bath) a chamber, between the sudatorium and the calidarium, where sweat was removed.
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Origin of sudatio
<Latin sūtātiō originally, act of sweating, equivalent to sūdā(re) to sweat + -tiō noun suffix
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