The Chinese word 洗澡 means “to take a bath” or “to shower”. It is a common phrase used in everyday conversation to refer to the act of cleaning oneself with water. In Chinese culture, cleanliness is highly valued and taking a daily bath or shower is considered an important part of personal hygiene. The phrase 洗澡 can be used in various contexts, such as asking someone if they have taken a shower or reminding someone to take a bath before going to bed.
Verb: to take a shower, to have a bath
|wǒ měi tiān wǎnshàng dōu huì xǐzǎo
|I take a shower every night
|nǐ xǐzǎo yòngle duō cháng shíjiān?
|How long did you take to shower?
|wǒ wàngjì xǐzǎo le, tài lèi le
|I forgot to shower, I was too tired
|māmā jiào wǒ xǐzǎo, dàn wǒ hái méi zhǔnbèi hǎo
|Mom told me to take a shower, but I’m not ready yet
|xǐzǎo zhī qián, wǒ xiān pào gè zǎo
|Before taking a shower, I soak in the tub first
|wǒ yòngle yī zhěng píng mùyùlù xǐzǎo
|I used a whole bottle of shower gel to wash myself
|xǐzǎo de shíhou, wǒ xǐhuān tīng yīnyuè
|I like to listen to music while taking a shower