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Search results for ‘take a bath’

English to Chinese Dictionary (1-1 of 1)

take a bath
  • 1. 遭受巨大经济损失
  • 2. (因投机等原因)大赔钱

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Chinese to English Dictionary (1-5 of 6)

洗澡
[xízǎo]
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  • 1. bathe; have (or take) a bath;
  • 2. take a shower

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泡澡(泡澡)
[pàozǎo]
  • take a bath; soaking in the tub

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投资失败(投資失敗)
[tóu zī shī bài]
  • take a bath

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淋浴器
[línyùqì]
  • 1. A household appliance used to take shower-bath; the water inside is heated up by electricity power, coal gas, natural gas, etc.
  • 2. shower

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盆浴
[pényù]
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  • tub; to take a bath in a tub

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Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1-5 of 5)

take
[teɪk]
  • 1. a section of a movie or television program that is recorded without stopping
  • 2. the amount of money that a business earns in a particular period of time

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take
[teɪk]
  • 1. to move something or someone from one place to another
  • 2. to cause someone to move somewhere
  • 3. to perform a particular action or series of actions
  • 4. to need something
  • 5. to accept something that someone offers you
  • 6. to win a prize in a competition or a vote in an election
  • 7. to reach out and get something, especially with your hand
  • 8. to study a particular subject in school or college
  • 9. to remove something
  • 10. to get a picture or a measurement using a machine
  • 11. to get control of something from an opponent
  • 12. to get something from a bo...

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bath
[bæθ]
  • to wash yourself or someone else in a bathtub. The usual American word is bathe.

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bath
[bæθ]
  • 1. the process of washing yourself or someone else in a bathtub
  • 2. a bathroom. This meaning is only used in advertisements for houses.
  • 3. a large open container for liquid that has a particular use, or the liquid in the container
  • 4. a public building where people go to wash themselves

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a
[eɪ]
  • 1. used when you are mentioning a person or a thing for the first time, or when the person listening to you does not already know about them
  • 2. used when you mean any person or thing of a particular type, but you are not referring to a specific one
  • 3. used when you say what class, type, or group someone or something belongs to, or what job someone has
  • 4. used before a singular noun that represents every person or thing of a particular type
  • 5. used when you are referring to a person or thing as one of several peopl...

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Examples (1-5 of 5)

to have {or} take a bath
洗澡
She cried blue murder as I forced her to take a bath.
我逼她洗澡时,她大声惊呼。
I take a morning bath in ass milk.
我在驴奶中进行了一次晨浴。
他感到十分疲惫,准备去池浴。
He is exhausted, so he prepared to take a bath in a common pool.
去澡堂的时候,他还是更喜欢泡池浴。
He prefers to take a soaking bath each time he goes to the bathhouse.

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