bath


bath
bath;
bath·er;
bath·house;
Bath·i·nette;
bath·ing;
bath·less;
bath·mic;
bath·mism;
bath·mo·trop·ic;
bath·mot·ro·pism;
bath·o·chrome;
bath·o·lith;
bath·urst;
bath·vill·ite;
bath·yl;
eu·ry·bath·ic;
iso·ther·mo·bath;
mal·a·bath·rum;
mono·bath;
pre·bath;
sab·bath;
sab·bath·ar·i·an;
sab·bath·less;
steno·bath·ic;
iso·bath;
sab·bath·ly;
Bath;
bath·o·chro·mic;
bath·o·lite;
bath·o·lith·ic;
bath·o·lit·ic;
bath·o·lyth;
bath·y·lith·ic;
bath·y·lit·ic;
iso·bath·ic;
shab·bath;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • bath — bath …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Bath — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda …   Wikipedia Español

  • Bath — may refer to: * Any vessel, dish, or depression made to hold a liquid for the purpose of immersion of an object, e.g. birdbath * A body of liquid in which something is washed, heated or steeped: ** For medical or cleaning purposes, etc. e.g. Bath …   Wikipedia

  • bath — [ bat ] adj. inv. • 1846; interj. 1804; p. ê. de battant (neuf)→ battre (II) ♦ Fam. vieilli Chic, serviable. « T es bath, Fernande. Tu m as passé le filon » (Carco). Agréable, beau. C est bath ! ⇒ 2. chouette, épatant. ⊗ HOM. Batte. ● bath… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bath — /bath, bahth/, n. 1. a city in Avon, in SW England: mineral springs. 84,300. 2. a seaport in SW Maine. 10,246. * * * City (pop., 1995 est.: 84,000), southwestern England. Situated on the River Avon, it was founded as Aquae Sulis by the Romans,… …   Universalium

  • Bath — Bath, NY U.S. village in New York Population (2000): 5641 Housing Units (2000): 2826 Land area (2000): 2.878165 sq. miles (7.454414 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.878165 sq. miles (7.454414 sq …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Bath — (b[.a]th; 61), n.; pl. {Baths} (b[.a][th]z). [AS. b[ae][eth]; akin to OS. & Icel. ba[eth], Sw., Dan., D., & G. bad, and perh. to G. b[ a]hen to foment.] 1. The act of exposing the body, or part of the body, for purposes of cleanliness, comfort,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bath — Bath, n. A city in the west of England, resorted to for its hot springs, which has given its name to various objects. [1913 Webster] {Bath brick}, a preparation of calcareous earth, in the form of a brick, used for cleaning knives, polished metal …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bath — [bɑːθ ǁ bæθ] noun take a bath informal to lose a lot of money when buying or selling something: • CBS took a bath estimated at $275 million on the baseball television coverage deal. * * * bath UK US /bɑːθ/ noun ● take a bath Cf …   Financial and business terms

  • bath — bath, bathe ou bathouse adj. Beau : Une bathe gonzesse. / Bon : Merci, t es bath. / Agréable : Le cinoche, c est bath. / Bath au pieu, adroit en amour. □ n.m. Vrai, authentique : C est pas du toc, c est du bath …   Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire


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