tub

tub
[tʌb]
nome
1) (large) (for flowers) vasca f., mastello m.; (for water) vasca f., tinozza f.; (small) (for ice cream) vaschetta f.
2) (contents) vasca f., vaschetta f. (of di)
3) AE (bath) vasca f. da bagno
4) colloq. (boat) bagnarola f.
* * *
noun
1) (a round (usually wooden) container for keeping water, washing clothes etc: a huge tub of water.) tinozza
2) (a bath: He was sitting in the tub.) vasca
3) (a small round container for ice-cream etc.) (coppetta)
* * *
tub /tʌb/
n.
1 tinozza; tino; mastello; vasca (per lavare): a tub of water, una tinozza d'acqua
2 (fam., = bathtub) vasca da bagno
3 (fam.) bagno (nella vasca): A full tub would do him good, un buon bagno gli farebbe bene
4 (ind. min.) cassone; secchione; vagonetto
5 (canottaggio) grossa barca per l'allenamento alla voga
6 (naut., scherz.) vecchia barca, nave vecchia; carretta, bagnarola (fig.)
7 (slang) grassone; ciccione
tub chair, poltrona con schienale avvolgente □ (slang) tub of lard, palla di lardo; ciccione, cicciona □ tub-thumper, oratore da strapazzo □ (d'oratore, predicatore) tub-thumping, da strapazzo □ (mecc.) tub-wheel, ruota idraulica cava; cilindro rotante (per lavare pelli).
(to) tub /tʌb/
A v. t.
1 (fam.) lavare (qc.) nella tinozza
2 mettere in un tino (o in un mastello)
3 (ind. min.) rivestire (un pozzo) di legno (o di travi metalliche)
4 (canottaggio) allenare (rematori novelli) alla voga
B v. i.
1 (fam.) fare il bagno nella tinozza
2 (canottaggio) allenarsi alla voga.
* * *
[tʌb]
nome
1) (large) (for flowers) vasca f., mastello m.; (for water) vasca f., tinozza f.; (small) (for ice cream) vaschetta f.
2) (contents) vasca f., vaschetta f. (of di)
3) AE (bath) vasca f. da bagno
4) colloq. (boat) bagnarola f.

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