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Bath vs. Bathe

Finding the Differences between Bath and Bathe


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Bath vs. Bathe

The act of washing something in water.
The water used in bathing, as in a warm bath.
A bathroom.

To take a bath.
To give someone a bath, as in to bathe a baby.
To go swimming.
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