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Meanings of Bathroom:

noun

A room containing a bath or shower and typically also a washbasin and a toilet.

Usage examples:

To the left is the family bathroom which has a bath, wash basin, toilet and tiled wall and floor.

Meanings of Bathrooms:

noun

A room containing a bath or shower and typically also a washbasin and a toilet.

Usage examples:

To the left is the family bathroom which has a bath, wash basin, toilet and tiled wall and floor.

Meanings of Baths:

noun

A large container for water, used for immersing and washing the body.

Usage examples:

The bedrooms have their own bath and shower
verb

Wash (someone) while immersing them in a bath.

Usage examples:

How to bath a baby
proper noun

A city in south-western england; population 81,600 (est. 2009). bath was founded by the romans, who called it aquae sulis, and was a fashionable spa in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

phrase

→  swimming baths uk old-fashioned

Usage examples:

In those days it cost about six pence to go to the baths., i love swimming, and we still go to the …

Meanings of Bathtub:

noun

A bath.

Usage examples:

Bathroom floors are built to bear the weight of a standard bathtub not whirlpool spa baths.

Meanings of Bathtubs:

noun

A bath.

Usage examples:

Bathroom floors are built to bear the weight of a standard bathtub not whirlpool spa baths.

Meanings of Bathwater:

noun

The water in a bath.

Usage examples:

I stepped into the hot bathwater and breathed a sigh of relief

Meanings of Bathyal:

adjective

Relating to the zone of the sea between the continental shelf and the abyssal zone.

Usage examples:

In contrast, the many shale layers seem to be poor in macrofossils largely because they were deposi…

Meanings of Bathymeter:

noun

An instrument used to measure the depth of water in seas or lakes.

Usage examples:

Submersibles were equipped with special devices called bathymeters for taking water samples from th…

Meanings of Bathymetric:

adjective

Involving the study or measurement of the depth of water in an ocean, sea, or lake

Usage examples:

A bathymetric survey of the lake, bathymetric charts indicate the depths of water and are used to s…

Meanings of Bathymetry:

noun

The measurement of depth of water in oceans, seas, or lakes.

Usage examples:

Each of those sections commences with an overview of the relevant oceans, oceanography, bathymetry,…

Meanings of Bathypelagic:

adjective

(of fish and other organisms) inhabiting the deep sea where the environment is dark and cold, between about 1000 and 3000 metres (approximately 3300 and 9800 ft) down.

Usage examples:

Multicuspidate radular teeth are most prominent in nude incirrate octopods of the bathypelagic boli…

Meanings of Bathyscaph:

noun

A manned submersible vessel of a kind used by the swiss deep-sea explorer auguste piccard (1884–1962).

Usage examples:

Auguste piccard conceived the bathyscaphe in the 1930s but became distracted by the allure of high-…

Meanings of Bathyscaphe:

noun

A manned submersible vessel of a kind used by the swiss deep-sea explorer auguste piccard (1884–1962).

Usage examples:

Auguste piccard conceived the bathyscaphe in the 1930s but became distracted by the allure of high-…

Meanings of Bathyscaphes:

noun

A manned submersible vessel of a kind used by the swiss deep-sea explorer auguste piccard (1884–1962).

Usage examples:

Auguste piccard conceived the bathyscaphe in the 1930s but became distracted by the allure of high-…

Meanings of Bathysphere:

noun

A manned spherical chamber for deep-sea observation, lowered by cable from a ship.

Usage examples:

The biggest difference between a bathysphere and a bathyscaphe is that the bathysphere is heavier t…

Meanings of Bathyspheres:

noun

A manned spherical chamber for deep-sea observation, lowered by cable from a ship.

Usage examples:

The biggest difference between a bathysphere and a bathyscaphe is that the bathysphere is heavier t…

Meanings of Batik:

noun

A method (originally used in java) of producing coloured designs on textiles by dyeing them, having first applied wax to the parts to be left undyed.

Usage examples:

A visual artist specializing in batik

Meanings of Batiks:

noun

A method (originally used in java) of producing coloured designs on textiles by dyeing them, having first applied wax to the parts to be left undyed.

Usage examples:

A visual artist specializing in batik

Meanings of Bating:

verb

(of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch.

Usage examples:

The hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers
noun

An angry mood.

Usage examples:

He got into a stinking bate

Meanings of Batiste:

noun

A fine, light linen or cotton fabric resembling cambric.

Usage examples:

Batiste handkerchiefs

Meanings of Batman:

noun

(in the british armed forces) an officer's personal servant.

Usage examples:

At the risk of annoying my friends in the army top brass let me add that the institution of a batma…
proper noun

A us cartoon, tv, and film character, by day the millionaire socialite bruce wayne but at night a cloaked and masked figure fighting crime in gotham city.

Meanings of Batmen:

noun

(in the british armed forces) an officer's personal servant.

Usage examples:

At the risk of annoying my friends in the army top brass let me add that the institution of a batma…
proper noun

A us cartoon, tv, and film character, by day the millionaire socialite bruce wayne but at night a cloaked and masked figure fighting crime in gotham city.

Meanings of Baton:

noun

A thin stick used by a conductor to direct an orchestra or choir.

Usage examples:

He waved a hand in the air like he was holding a baton and conducting an orchestra.

Meanings of Batons:

noun

A thin stick used by a conductor to direct an orchestra or choir.

Usage examples:

He waved a hand in the air like he was holding a baton and conducting an orchestra.

Meanings of Batrachia:

plural noun

An order of tailless amphibians that comprises the frogs and toads.

Usage examples:

This clade is also referred to as batrachia and is placed in superorder salientia.

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