Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bath"

The meaning of "Bath" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does "bath at" means?
e.g.I am bath at math. mean?
A: i think this person means "bad at math". "bath at" doesn't make sense
Q: What does coming to see me have bath?

mean?
A: It means coming to watch you while showering
Q: What does i want to take a relaxing bath tonight. mean?
A: The person wants to do this in the evening
Q: What does How about I give you your bath? mean?
A: It can mean, as a Mother talking to a child, she is asking if she can bathe the child.
Q: What does electric bath mean?
A: Yes, having tan skin is very popular here. A tanning bed is shaped like a tube, you get inside, and you wait while UV lights are on. It's purpose is to try and simulate the sun to give you a tan.

Example sentences using "Bath"

Q: Please show me example sentences with take a bath.
A: "I think I will take a bath. I've had a long day and I need to relax."
"I took a bath yesterday and it felt so refreshing."
"Do you like taking baths?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with bath.
A: Some ways to use “bath” is:
“ I need to take a bath.”
“He needs to take a bath.”
“ She needs to take a bath.”
“ They need to take a bath.”
“ We need to take a bath.”
“ You need to take a bath.”
Some times, saying these sentences are very rude because it means that the person you are talking about is smelly or stinky.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bath .
A: I took a bath.
Don't shower, take a bath.
The bath has hot water.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bath .
A: - I am going to take a bath
-when are you going to take a bath?
Q: Please show me example sentences with take a bath.
A: I'm really dirty after playing sports, I need to take a bath.

I really need to take a bath. I've had such a stressful day.

Synonyms of "Bath" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bath and bathe ?
A: Bathe is the verb and bath is the object
Q: What is the difference between I am going to take a bath and i'm gonna take a shower ?
A: Take a shower ~🚿
Take a bath ~ 🛀
Q: What is the difference between give him a bath and take him a bath ?
A: 'Take him a bath' doesn't make sense. Do you mean, 'make him a bath'?

Make him a bath means to prepare a bath for him.

Give him a bath means to bathe him.
Q: What is the difference between take a bath and have a bath ?
A: There is no difference
Q: What is the difference between Prepare the bath and Fix the bath ?
A: Fix the bath sounds very strange. Perhaps it's an outdated expression.

Prepare the bath is more often used.

Translations of "Bath"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎‎‎‎I took an open-air bath at night. There were four different ones. It was drizzling but was great. The bathes were lit up with some different colors of light and there were some Japanese styled lamps along the path to each bathes. They were fantastical
A: All of this sounds good! I don't think it needs any corrections, except for the word "bathes." The correct spelling is "baths."

"The baths were lit up…"
"…along the path to each bath" (singular when using "each __")
or
"…along the path to each of the baths" (plural when using "each of the __")
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have a burn.
when I take a bath, then it ache.
A: I have a burn. It aches when I take a bath.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm dirty.I'm going to take a bath now.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can you say when you are in public bath room and someone knocked the door
A: You can say, "busy" too. I hear it all the time in the men's restrooms.

Other questions about "Bath"

Q: Why is it correct to say "He's in the shower."?
When you say "take a bath" and "have a bath", why is it not "in a shower"?
A: Well, "take a bath" implies an action, whereas "in the shower" is saying the location. You could also say "in a shower", though it sounds less natural to me? "I'm going to take a bath in a shower."
I would just assume whoever you're talking to would know what shower you're talking about?
Q: 0:00~0:11...like in the bath(is this correct?)
Could you tell me what they are saying in this video ?? 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBVTtL5WovU
A: Person: Whatcha doin? (To the cat.)
Cat: *meows*.
Person: Lift her up, lets show her tail.
Other person: *grabs and holds up.*
Person: Aw, kitty doesn't like it in the box!
It's a box that they use to ship stuff (moving stuff from one place to another.) The styrofoam is used as a sort of packaging to cause no damage or shifting of the item.
Q: I went to the public bath with friends today. Maybe I will go to there tommorow , too. Does this sound natural?
A: Very good.
Q: Take me for my bath. Does this sound natural?
A: Only natural if you're a baby!
Q: They can't bath themselves. Does this sound natural?
A: Bathe would be the correct word.

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