22 Words about the Bathroom in Spanish. Scrub up your vocabulary.
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So how do you say brush in Spanish?
How do you say electric shaver in Spanish?
What is the Spanish for toothbrush?
What is the Spanish for soap?
What is the Spanish for shower?
What is the Spanish for shave?
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bath in Spanish language is el baño
bathroom the Spanish word is el cuarto de baño
brush in Spanish is el cepillo
comb the Spanish word is el peine
electric shaver, electric razor - the word in Spanish is la máquina de afeitar
make-up in Spanish conversation is - el maquillaje
mirror in Spanish is said el espejo
perfume in Spanish language is el perfume
scissors, nail scissors the Spanish word is las tijeras
shampoo in Spanish is el champú
shower the Spanish word is la ducha
soap - the word in Spanish is el jabón
to bathe in Spanish conversation is - bañarse
to brush (eg hair, teeth) in Spanish is said cepillar
to shave in Spanish language is afeitarse
to shower the Spanish word is ducharse
to wash in Spanish is lavar
toilet the Spanish word is el inodoro
toilet paper - the word in Spanish is el papel higiénico
toothbrush in Spanish conversation is - el cepillo de dientes
towel, bath towel in Spanish is said la toalla
washbasin in Spanish language is el lavabo
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