- 1 How do you say bathtub in Mexico?
- 2 How do you say sinking in Mexico?
- 3 How do you say shower in Spanish in Mexico?
- 4 What are different types of bathtubs?
- 5 What is barrel called in English?
- 6 What are big bathtubs called?
- 7 What’s a Spanish shower?
- 8 What are you doing in Spanish slang?
- 9 What is when is Spanish?
- 10 Where is El lavabo?
How do you say bathtub in Mexico?
” Bañera / tina de baño ”
How do you say sinking in Mexico?
- Lavaplatos = Sink for washing dishes (Kitchen sink)
- Lavamanos = Sink for washing your hands, face, brush your teeth (Bathroom sink)
- Lavabo = Is a term that I never heard before until I came to the U.S and I heard it is used in Mexico.
- Fregadero = Is the way sink is called in Venezuela.
How do you say shower in Spanish in Mexico?
I spoke with a couple of Spanish speaking Mexicans and they do not use the word “ducha” for shower, they use “ banar en el bano”.
What are different types of bathtubs?
Types Of Bathtubs – INTRODUCTION TO BATHTUBS
- GENERIC BATHTUB.
- SOAKING BATHTUB.
- WHIRLPOOL AND AIR TUBS.
- CAST IRON TUB.
- ACRYLIC TUB.
- COMPOSITE TUB.
- CULTURED SOLID-SURFACE TUB.
What is barrel called in English?
barrel noun [C] ( CONTAINER ) a large container, made of wood, metal, or plastic, with a flat top and bottom and curved sides that make it fatter in the middle: They drank a whole barrel of beer (= the contents of a barrel) at the party. bobey100/E+/GettyImages. 5
What are big bathtubs called?
Corner tubs are large, triangular bathtubs that, as the name says, fit into a corner of the bathroom. Typically expensive, corner bathtubs use a lot of bathroom floor space.
What’s a Spanish shower?
More Spanish words for shower. la ducha noun. douche, shower bath. ducharse verb. douche.
What are you doing in Spanish slang?
One is “ ¿Qué estás haciendo? ” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish).
What is when is Spanish?
The answer to your question is: when – cuándo. “¿Cuándo?” is an important word to learn in Spanish.
Where is El lavabo?
The “lavabo” is in the bathroom and the “fregadero” in the kitchen.