baby bath

детское средство для ванн

English-Russian perfumery & beauty care dictionary. 2014.

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  • bath - bathe — ◊ bath In British English, a bath is a long rectangular container which you fill with water and sit in while you wash your body. The bathroom had two basins, a huge bath and more towels than I had ever seen. In American English, a container like… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bath — 1 noun plural baths (C) 1 BrE a large long container that you fill with water and sit in to wash yourself; bathtub especially AmE: run a bath (=make water flow into a bath) 2 an act of washing your body in a bath: After a week of camping, I… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • baby — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ new, newborn, tiny ▪ low birthweight, small, tiny ▪ Smoking in pregnancy increases the risk of producing a low birthweight baby. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • bath water — also bathwater N UNCOUNT Your bath water is the water in which you sit or lie when you have a bath. to throw the baby out with the bath water → see baby He has to share his bath water with the other three children in the family …   English dictionary

  • bath — bath1 W3S2 [ba:θ US bæθ] n plural baths [ba:ðz, ba:θs US bæðz, bæθs] [: Old English; Origin: bAth] 1.) if you take a bath, you wash your body in a bath ▪ After a week of camping, I really needed a bath. take/have a bath ▪ I ll have a bath and go… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Baby talk — This article is about speech directed at babies. For speech like sounds produced by babies, see babbling. For other uses, see Baby talk (disambiguation). Whoopsie daisy redirects here. For the song by Terri Walker, see L.O.V.E (album). Baby talk …   Wikipedia

  • bath — I UK [bɑːθ] / US [bæθ] noun [countable] Word forms bath : singular bath plural baths *** 1) British a long deep container that you fill with water and wash yourself in. The usual American word is bathtub. a) the water in a bath I relaxed in a… …   English dictionary

  • bath — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 (BrE) (also bathtub AmE, BrE) large container for washing your body ADJECTIVE ▪ free standing, sunken ▪ cast iron, tin VERB + BATH/BATHTUB …   Collocations dictionary

  • baby — [[t]be͟ɪbi[/t]] ♦♦ babies 1) N COUNT A baby is a very young child, especially one that cannot yet walk or talk. She used to take care of me when I was a baby... My wife has just had a baby... Claire had to dress her baby sister. 2) N COUNT: usu N …   English dictionary

  • baby — n. & v. n. (pl. ies) 1 a very young child or infant, esp. one not yet able to walk. 2 an unduly childish person (is a baby about injections). 3 the youngest member of a family, team, etc. 4 (often attrib.) a a young or newly born animal. b a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • baby — {{11}}baby (n.) late 14c., babi, dim. of baban (see BABE (Cf. babe) + Y (Cf. y) (3)). Meaning childish adult person is from c.1600. Meaning youngest of a group is from 1897. As a term of endearment for one s lover it is attested perhaps as early… …   Etymology dictionary

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