Bath and bathe

/ bɑːθ ənd beɪð /

The verb bath is used in British English mean – ‘wash ( yourself or someone) in a bathtub’.

 

Example

Dogs should bath regularly. (GB English)

 

On the other hand it is different in American English. Americans Instead of the verb bath are using the expressions ‘have a bath’ or ‘take a bath’..

Example

As I was feeling hot, I took a bath. (USA English)

 

In British English, bathe means ‘the act of swimming‘. This is very formal expression in British English.

If you want to use it in as informal expression ‘have a swim‘ or even  ‘go for a swim‘ is what you need.

Example

She said she had a good bathe in the lake.

 

But in American English, bathe is used to mean ‘take a bath’, same as the verb bath in British English.

Example

I always bathe after game.
I like to sunbathe when I am on the beach.

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