What is the noun for bathe?

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  1. A tub or pool which is used for bathing: bathtub.
  2. A building or area where bathing occurs.
  3. The act of bathing.
  4. A substance or preparation in which something is immersed.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “There's nothing like a nice hot bath on a cold winter's day.”
      “Don't stay in the bath or shower too long, and use lukewarm water.”
  1. A building with baths for communal use.
  2. A building where swimmers can change clothes.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “I feel that there would be a lot less pressure in a bathhouse than in a bar.”
      “The bathhouse was two cabin-like huts that converged with a flat cobblestone roof.”
      “The bathhouse evolved from a creek-side fire pit into an indoor washing room that heats a barrel of water for all your scrubbing needs.”
  1. (historical units of measure) A former Hebrew unit of liquid volume (about 23 L or 6 gallons).
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  3. Examples:
    1. “There's nothing like a nice hot bath on a cold winter's day.”
      “Don't stay in the bath or shower too long, and use lukewarm water.”
  1. A large container for holding water in which a person may bathe (take a bath).
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  3. Examples:
    1. “I spat out a stream of the clear liquid quickly before tumbling out of the bathtub face first as I surfaced.”
      “In one case, a previous owner sealed the join between the bathtub and the wall with putty instead of silicone.”
      “They appear to be the result of a terrifying experiment involving monkeys, The Libertines, The Fall and a bathtub full of bad homemade whizz.”
  1. (Britain, colloquial) The act of swimming or bathing, especially in the sea, a lake, or a river; a swimming bath.
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    1. “Coming back to Mooney Falls tired but triumphant at the end of the day, we had a last bathe in that pool and scampered up the cliff like mice.”
  1. The water used in a bath (bathtub).
  2. Examples:
    1. “Surely what we're doing is throwing the baby out with the bathwater if the failures of individuals lead to the rejection of a religious sense?”
      “I feel I'm relatively representative of Canadians and I don't want the Conservatives throwing the baby out with the bathwater.”
      “She led him to the woodshed, where a candle burned just bright enough to catch the fine wisps of steam rising from the freshly warmed bathwater.”
  1. A plug that prevents water from escaping from a bath.
  1. The keeper of a public bath.
  1. One who bathes or swims.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The last thing about the sound-proof door is that it eliminates comments from the family on the operatic talents of the bather.”
      “The generous showerhead reaches far into the cubicle and, with 410 mm projection, water falls centrally over the bather.”
      “A bather reclines on a couch, enjoying a massage, while a fountain splashes nearby.”
  1. As much as a bath will hold.
  1. plural of bather
  2. (Australia) A swimsuit; a bathing costume.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Textile bathers tend to avoid the naturist end of the beach and there is an unofficial line where these two separate.”
      “They're the major cause of the 12 000 official rescues each year and probably drag seaward on the order of 25 000 unwilling bathers annually.”
      “At Trouville, Boulogne, and other continental watering places, no such restrictions were placed upon bathers.”
  1. plural of bathkeeper
  1. plural of bathwater
  1. plural of bathhouse
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Wealthy families of the period incorporated bathhouses into their mansions.”
      “Schools in Harbin re-opened yesterday and businesses that closed due to lack of water, such as bathhouses, reported a surge in customers.”
      “All the governor's men know, and though they have sworn to keep their silence, I do doubt their loyalty when they are in the inns and bathhouses.”
  1. plural of bathplug
  1. plural of bathtub
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Residents were storing water supplies in bathtubs and buckets ahead of the expected three-day drought.”
      “These three white bathtubs and the white whirlpool were delivered to the site and installed sometime in January or February.”
      “Some people fill their bathtubs with cold water, plop their heads on plastic bath pillows and snooze.”
  1. plural of bathful
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