bathe

bathe
{beið}
I. 1. къпя (се), окъпвам (се) (и в река, море)
2. потапям, намокрям
3. мия, измивам, обливам, промивам
BATHEd in sunlight окъпан/облян в слънце/слънчева светлина
II. n потапяне, къпане (в море, река, басеин)
to go for a BATHE отивам да се къпя
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{bei­} v 1. къпя (се), окъпвам (се) (и в река, море); 2. потапя(2) n потапяне, къпане (в море, река, басеин); to go for a bathe
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обливам; окъпвам се; потапям; промивам; изкъпвам; къпя се; мия; намокрям;
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1. bathed in sunlight окъпан/облян в слънце/слънчева светлина 2. i. къпя (се), окъпвам (се) (и в река, море) 3. ii. n потапяне, къпане (в море, река, басеин) 4. to go for a bathe отивам да се къпя 5. мия, измивам, обливам, промивам 6. потапям, намокрям
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bathe[beið] I. v 1. къпя (се), окъпвам (се), изкъпвам (се); 2. потапям, намокрям, измокрям, навлажнявам, наквасвам; 3. мия, умивам, измивам; промивам; обливам; a room \bathed in sunlight стая, обляна в слънчева светлина; \bathed in sweat облян в пот; \bathed in love обграден с любов; II. n къпане (в море, река).

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