Learn Things in the Bathroom Vocabulary in English through Pictures and Examples.
A bathroom is a room in the home for personal hygiene activities, generally containing a sink and either a bathtub, a shower, or both. In some countries, the toilet is included in this room, for ease of plumbing, whereas other cultures consider this insanitary, and give that fixture a room of its own.
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- 1 Bathroom Vocabulary in English
- 1.1 Measuring jug
- 1.2 Toothpaste
- 1.3 Toothbrush
- 1.4 Soap
- 1.5 Clothes peg (U.K)/ Clothespin (U.S)
- 1.6 Hanger
- 1.7 Hair dryer
- 1.8 Shampoo
- 1.9 Polish
- 1.10 Brush
- 1.11 Toilet paper
- 1.12 Towel
- 1.13 Clothesline
- 1.14 Shower
- 1.15 Bathtub
- 1.16 Laundry detergent
- 1.17 Bucket
- 1.18 Mop
- 1.19 Soapy water
- 1.20 Washing powder (U.K)/ Detergent (U.S)
- 1.21 Trash bag
- 1.22 Trash can
- 1.23 Sink
- 1.24 Toilet
- 1.25 Washing machine
- 1.26 Laundry basket
- 1.27 Razor
- 1.28 Electric razor
- 1.29 Shaving cream
- 1.30 Mouthwash
- 1.31 Q-tip
- 1.32 Hair brush
- 1.33 Comb
- 1.34 Cleanser
- 1.35 Scale
- 1.36 Tissue
- 1.37 Bath toys
- 1.38 Faucet
- 1.39 Mirror
- 1.40 Bath mat
- 2 Bathroom Vocabulary in English | Pictures
Bathroom Vocabulary in English
– Put sugar and coffee granules in a measuring jug.
– He squeezed the last bit toothpaste out.
– He put his toothbrush down and rinsed his mouth out.
– There’s no soap in the bathroom!
Clothes peg (U.K)/ Clothespin (U.S)
– He snored so loud we had to stop him, so we put a clothes peg on his nose.
– I hung my coat up on a hanger.
– Can I borrow a hair dryer?
– What kind of shampoo do you use?
– She loved the scent in the house of wax polish.
– She used the soap, but not the scrubbing brush.
– He asked me to get some toilet paper.
– Hang your towel on that hook.
– I hung the T-shirt on the clothesline to air them out.
– I’m going to take a shower.
– I need to clean the bathtub.
– I ran to the store to buy some laundry detergent.
– I filled the bucket with water.
– She bought a new white mop.
– Lisa tossed Giddon a towel and plunged her hands into the soapy water in the sink.
Washing powder (U.K)/ Detergent (U.S)
– The washing powder bleached my sweater.
– There was a trash bag down on the ground.
– I’m sorry but I couldn’t find a trash can.
– She filled the sink with hot water.
– I need to go to the toilet.
– I often run the washing machine more than once a day.
– He takes the laundry to the laundry basket.
– I forgot to pack my razor.
– I want to buy an electric razor this weekend.
– I presented him with a tube of shaving cream.
– I use a mouthwash to keep my breath fresh.
– She had cleaned under her fingernails, twirled the wax out of her ears with a Q-tip.
– Your hair brush is too spiky for me.
– We use a comb to tidy our hair.
– I use cleanser on my face every night.
– I weighed myself on the bathroom scale.
– She handed me a tissue just as I sneezed.
– The children were wrangling over the new bath toys.
– When I turn a faucet on, water comes out of my shower.
– She was looking at her reflection in the mirror.
– My mother cleans the bath mat every week.