bath 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:7 教材出处:译林版选必修B2U1
n. baths 1 baths 0 bathing 16 bathed 1
He didn’t play well with the other children and he always needed a bath.
One of us would walk her, another would feed her, then there were baths, playing catch and many other games.
take a bath 洗个澡
water bath [医]水浴
plating bath 电镀槽
hot bath 热水浴
salt bath 盐浴
bath towel 浴巾
bath water 浴水，浴缸里的水
bubble bath n. 泡沫浴
bath temperature 镀浴的温度；电解质温度；熔体温度
taking a bath [经]注销一笔巨大资产；冲销
steam bath 蒸汽浴
room with bath 带有浴室的房间
shower bath 淋浴，淋湿
bath room 浴室；洗澡间
tin bath 锡槽；锡浴；锡沐盆
have a bath 洗澡；冲凉；淋浴
bath tub 浴盆；盆形燃烧室
bath salt 浴盐；腌制槽用食盐
oil bath 油浴；油浴锅；油槽
electroplating bath 电镀槽；电镀浴
沐浴,洗澡;浴室(池,盆)v.(給…)洗澡Both the math pathfinders bathed in the bathtub.兩個數學先驅都在浴盆裏洗過澡.
(pl. baths / bB:Tz; NAmE bATz / )
1. [C] (BrE) (also bath·tub, informal tub NAmE, BrE) a large, long container that you put water in and then get into to wash your whole body
⇨ see also bird bath
2. [C] (BrE) the water in a bath / bathtub , ready to use
a long soak in a hot bath
Please run a bath for me (= fill the bath with water).
3. [C] an act of washing your whole body by sitting or lying in water
I think I’ll have a bath and go to bed.
(especially NAmE) to take a bath
⇨ see also bubble bath
4. baths [pl.] (old-fashioned, BrE) a public building where you can go to swim
⇨ see also swimming bath , swimming pool
5. [C, usually pl.] a public place where people went in the past to wash or have a bath
Roman villas and baths
⇨ see also Turkish bath
6. [C] (technical 术语) a container with a liquid such as water or a dye in it, in which sth is washed or placed for a period of time. Baths are used in industrial, chemical and medical processes.
⇨ see also bloodbath
▪ take a ‘bath
to lose money on a business agreement
(BrE) (NAmE bathe)
1. [VN] to give a bath to sb
It’s your turn to bath the baby.
2. [V] (old-fashioned) to have a bath
After a week of camping, I really needed a bath.
have a bath British English take a bath American English 你多久洗一次澡？
I’ll have a bath and go to bed.
How often do you take a bath?
I’ll give the children their bath (=wash them in a bath).
2. British English a large long container that you fill with water and sit or lie in to wash yourself 浴缸，澡盆 SYN American English bathtub
3 water that you sit or lie in to wash yourself 洗澡水
a hot bath
She ran a bath (=put water into a bath).
4 a bathroom, used especially in advertising 浴室，卫生间〔尤用于广告中〕
All our luxury bedrooms have a private bath.
5 a container full of liquid in which something is placed for a particular purpose 缸；盆；池
Plunge the fabric into a bath of black dye.
6 baths [plural] a) British English old-fashioned a public building in which there is a swimming pool 〔室内〕公共游泳池
b) a public building where people could go in the past to wash themselves 〔旧时的〕澡堂，公共浴室
the Roman baths at Cirencester
7 take a bath American English informal to lose money, especially in a business deal 赔钱，亏本
We took a bath in the market over that stock.
→ birdbath, bubble bath, → throw the baby out with the bath water at throw1(37)
Related topics: House
bath2 verb British English
1 [transitive] to wash someone in a bath 给…洗澡 SYN American English bathe
I’ll bath the children.
2. [intransitive] old-fashioned to wash yourself in a bath 洗澡 SYN American English bathe
Origin bath Old English bæth
When the form baths is the plural of the noun it is pronounced /bɑːðz/ or /bæθs/ in British English, and /bæðz/ in American English. When it is used in the present tense of the verb, it is pronounced /bɑːθs/ or /bæθs/. baths 用作名词的复数形式时在英国英语中读作 /bɑːðz/ 或 /bæθs/，在美国英语中读作 /bæðz/。用作动词的一般现在时形式时读作 /bɑːθs/ 或者 /bæθs/。
1.N-COUNT 可数名词浴盆；浴缸 A bath is a container, usually a long rectangular one, which you fill with water and sit in while you wash your body.
In those days, only quite wealthy families had baths of their own.
in AM, use 美国英语用 bathtub
2.N-COUNT 可数名词（在浴缸中的）洗澡，沐浴 When you have or take a bath, or when you are in the bath, you sit or lie in a bath filled with water in order to wash your body.
…if you have a bath every morning…
Take a shower instead of a bath.
…a bath and shower gel.
3.VERB 动词给（小孩）洗澡 If you bath someone, especially a child, you wash them in a bath.
Don’t feel you have to bath your child every day.
Bath is also a noun.
The midwife gave him a warm bath.
in AM, use 美国英语用 bathe
4.VERB 动词洗澡；沐浴 When you bath, you have a bath.
The three children all bath in the same bath water.
in AM, use 美国英语用 bathe
5.N-COUNT 可数名词澡堂；（附带泳池的）公共浴室 A bath or a baths is a public building containing a swimming pool, and sometimes other facilities that people can use to have a wash or a bath.
One of the most important buildings in this ruined city is a public bath…
As well as a Roman amphitheatre and baths, the town has two superb museums.
6.N-COUNT 可数名词（盛放溶液的）容器 A bath is a container filled with a particular liquid, such as a dye or an acid, in which particular objects are placed, usually as part of a manufacturing or chemical process.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
…a developing photograph placed in a bath of fixer.
7.See also:bloodbath;bubble bath;swimming bath;Turkish bath;
plural baths /ˈbæðz/ /ˈbæθs/ Brit /ˈbɑːðz/ /ˈbɑːθs/
[count] a : the act of washing the body usually by sitting or lying in a container filled with water洗澡；泡澡
Do you prefer baths or showers?
I was taking a bath when the phone rang.
(chiefly Brit) I was having a bath.
We tried giving the dog a bath in the bathtub.
a long hot bath
bath towels [=large towels used for drying yourself after a bath or shower] 浴巾
— see also bubble bath, sponge bath, turkish bath, take a bath (below)
b : the water used for a bath洗澡水
a bath of warm/hot water
I was in the bath when the phone rang.
Would you like me to draw/run a bath for you? [=to fill the bathtub with water for you?] 要我给你放洗澡水吗？
c chiefly British : bathtub
He slipped and fell in the bath.
[count] chiefly US : bathroom — used when describing the number or kinds of bathrooms in a place用于描述某处浴室的数量或种类
a room with a private bath
The house has three bedrooms and one and a half baths. [=one full bathroom and one bathroom with only a sink and a toilet] 这房子有三个卧室、一个全卫浴室和一个卫生间。
a full bath [=a bathroom with a sink, toilet, and a bathtub or shower] 全卫浴室
baths [plural] a : a public building where people in the past went to wash or soak their bodies（旧时的）澡堂，公共浴室
ancient Roman baths
b British, old-fashioned : a public building with a swimming pool in it带泳池的公共建筑
[count] technical : a container filled with a liquid in which an object is placed to be cleaned, treated, etc.浴器；浴锅
She dipped the metal in a bath of acid.
a chemical bath
take a bath US, informal
: to lose a large amount of money in a business deal蒙受巨大经济损失
The movie studio took a bath on his last picture.
— see also 1bath 1a (above)
— see also bloodbath
2 bath /ˈbæθ/ Brit /ˈbɑːθ/ verb
baths; bathed; bathing British
[+ object] : to wash (someone) in a container filled with water : to give a bath to (someone)给…洗澡
She baths [=(US) bathes] the baby in the kitchen sink.
[no object] formal : to have a bath : to wash yourself in a bath洗澡
I usually bath [=(US) bathe] before going to bed.