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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
bath (noun)
1.
a washing or soaking (as in water or steam) of all or part of the body
2.
a) water used for - bathing
b) (1) a contained liquid for a special purpose
(2) a receptacle holding the liquid
c) (1) a medium for regulating the temperature of something placed in or on it
(2) a vessel containing this medium
3.
a) - bathroom
b) a building containing an apartment or a series of rooms designed for bathing
c) - spa usually used in plural
d) British - swimming pool often used in plural
4.
a) the quality or state of being covered with a liquid
b) - flood
5.
- bathtub
6.
a financial setback - loss took a bath in the market
bath (verb)
transitive verb
intransitive verb
British to give a bath to British to take a bath
bath (noun)
an ancient Hebrew liquid measure corresponding to the ephah of dry measure
Bath (geographical name)
city England in Somerset 79,900 - SW pop
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
bath (noun)
1.
a great flow of water or of something that overwhelms
SYNONIMS:
alluvion, bath, cataclysm, cataract, deluge, flood tide, inundation, Niagara, overflow, spate, torrent
RELATED WORDS:
current, river, stream, tide; cloudburst, discharge, flush, gush, outflow, outpouring; flux, inflow, influx; engulfment, washout; avalanche, blizzard; cascade, waterfall; excess, glut, overabundance, overage, overkill, overmuch, oversupply, superabundance, superfluity, surfeit, surplus
NEAR ANTONYMS:
dribble, drip, trickle
drought ( drouth)
bath (noun)
2.
a room furnished with a fixture for flushing body waste
SYNONIMS:
bath, bathroom, bog, can, cloakroom, comfort station, convenience, head, john, latrine, lavatory, loo, potty, restroom, washroom, water closet
RELATED WORDS:
commode, pan [], pot; garderobe, jakes, outhouse, privy; half bath, powder room; ladies [], ladies' room, men's room
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