Meaning of BATH in English

BATH

I.

noun

1 ( BrE ) ( also bathtub AmE , BrE ) large container for washing your body

ADJECTIVE

▪ free-standing , sunken

▪ cast-iron , tin

VERB + BATH/BATHTUB

▪ fill

▪ lie in , soak in

BATH/BATHTUB + NOUN

▪ faucet ( AmE ), tap ( BrE )

~ taps ( BrE )

bathtub faucets ( AmE )

PREPOSITION

▪ in the ~

I'm in the ~! ( BrE , AmE )

I'm in the bathtub! ( AmE )

2 water in the bathtub; act of washing your body

ADJECTIVE

▪ hot , warm

▪ cold

▪ long

▪ quick

▪ luxurious , nice , relaxing , soothing

▪ bubble , mud , steam , Turkish

I lay soaking in a hot bubble ~.

▪ bed ( BrE ), blanket ( BrE ), sponge ( AmE )

VERB + BATH

▪ draw ( AmE ), prepare ( AmE ), run

Could you run a ~ for me?

▪ have ( esp. BrE ), take ( esp. AmE )

▪ give sb

▪ need

BATH + NOUN

▪ mat , towel

▪ oil , salts

▪ time

It's the children's ~ time.

II.

verb

Bath is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ baby

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .