bañar en
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bañar en
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to wash in)
a. to bathe in
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
La madre bañó a su hijo en la bañera, lo secó con una toalla y le puso el pijama.The mother bathed her son in the bathtub, dried him with a towel, and put his pajamas on.
b. to bath in (United Kingdom)
La dermatóloga me dijo que bañara todos los días las manos en una palangana de agua templada con estas sales disueltas.The dermatologist told me to bath my hands every day in a bowl of warm water with these salts in it.
2. (to submerge in)
a. to dip in
Baña la carne en la salsa, sácala y sírvela con las verduras.Dip the meat in the sauce, take it out, and serve it with the vegetables.
b. to dip into
La niña bañó la punta del churro en el chocolate y se la comió.The girl dipped the end of the churro into the chocolate and ate it.
3. (jewelry)
a. to plate in
El joyero había bañado el anillo en oro.The jeweler had plated the ring in gold.
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