bathwater


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bath water

also bath·wa·ter (băth′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər, bäth′-)
n.
The water used for a bath.

bathwater

n
water in which a person bathes
Translations
badevann

bathwater

[ˈbɑːθwɔːtəʳ] Nagua f del baño

bathwater

[ˈbɑːθˌwɔːtəʳ] nacqua del bagno
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