Bathe / Wash one's body Synonym. 澡 (zǎo)
- 浴巾 (yù jīn) Bath towel
- 浴室 (yù shì) Bathroom
- 浴袍 (yù páo) Bathrobe
- 浴缸 (yù gang) Bath tub
- 浴池 (yù chí) Pool
- 浴场 (yù chǎng) Bathing pool / Beach bathing
+ A LITTLE MORE +
- 淋浴 (lín yù) Have a shower Literal. Drench and bathe Also known as 洗澡 (xǐ zǎo) Literal. Wash and bathe
- 沐浴 (mù yù) Take a bath Literal. Immerse in a bath Also known as 泡澡 (pào zǎo) Literal. Soak in a bath – in some places, the former uses milk and soap whereas the latter involves bath salts or herbal remedies.
- 日光浴 (rì guāng yù) Sunbathing Literal. Sun rays' bath
+ PERSONAL NOTE +
In Singapore, the term 冲凉 (chōng liáng) Literal. Gush of coolness is used to mean "have a shower" and 冲凉房 (chōng liáng fáng) Literal. Shower room refers to the bathroom. Although it is not commonly heard of and used in China, it makes great sense on an island near the Equator.
To have a warm bath is perhaps the most ridiculous idea for a Singaporean who experiences summer all year round.