bathed


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bathe

 (bāth)
v. bathed, bath·ing, bathes
v.intr.
1. To take a bath.
2. To go into the water for swimming or other recreation.
3. To become immersed in or as if in liquid.
4. To sunbathe.
v.tr.
1. To immerse in liquid; wet.
2. To wash in a liquid.
3. To apply a liquid to for healing or soothing purposes: bathed the wound with iodine.
4. To seem to wash or pour over; suffuse: a room that was bathed in sunlight.

[Middle English bathen, from Old English bathian.]

bath′er n.

bathed

(beɪðd)
adj
1. covered, esp with a liquid: bathed in sweat.
2. suffused (with some quality)
Translations

bathed

[ˈbeɪðd] adj (= covered) to be bathed in sweat [person] → être en nage
to be bathed in sunshine [place] → être baigné(e) de soleil, être inondé(e) de soleil
References in classic literature ?
They ran to get dry, they bathed to get cool, they played at being Indians in the willow-herbs and in the bracken, they bathed to get clean.
Moby Bath Kneeler and Bath Mat A THICK quick-dry, foam padded bath kneeler, with non-slip backing, that keeps parents' knees Moby Bath Kneeler and Bath Mat A THICK quick-dry, foam padded bath kneeler, with non-slip backing, that keeps parents' knees comfortable while baby's bathed.
5 : to cover with or as if with a liquid <The room was bathed in sunlight.