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bath

2 verb
     
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bath2 British English
1 [transitive] to wash someone in a bath [= bathe American English]
I'll bath the children.
2 [intransitive]DHH old-fashioned to wash yourself in a bath [= bathe American English]! It is more usual to say have a bath British English or take a bath AmE.

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