Wash or bathe (someone or something) in or as in a tub or bath
Take a bath
A wide, open, deep, typically round container with a flat bottom used for holding liquids, growing plants, etc
hydrangeas in a patio tub
A similar small plastic or cardboard container in which food is bought or stored
a margarine tub
The contents of such a container or the amount it can contain
she ate a tub of yogurt
A container for conveying ore, coal, etc
An old, awkward, or run-down vessel
bathtub: a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body
a large open vessel for holding or storing liquids
the amount that a tub will hold; "a tub of water"
Tubby protein homolog is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TUB gene.
(TUBS) Time Unit Box System (TUBS) is a simple system for notating events that happen over a period of time. This system is mostly used for notating rhythms in music. The notation consists of one or more rows of boxes; each box represents a fixed unit of time. ...
A flat-bottomed vessel, of width similar to or greater than its height, used for storing or packing things, or for washing things in; The contents or capacity of such a vessel; A bathtub; A slow-moving craft; To pack or store something in a tub; To bathe
(TUBS) traumatic unidirectional Bankart surgical
(Tubs) Set of drums.Jo is really hot tonight. Listen to him pound those "tubs.".
1886, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
To dream of seeing a tub full of water, denotes domestic contentment. An empty tub proclaims unhappiness and waning of fortune. A broken tub, foretells family disagreements and quarrels.
Tub is a term specifically applied to vessels with two iron ring handles, one on each side of the rim.
A position in which the legs are bent and together, the feet and knees are at the surface and parallel to it, the thighs are perpendicular, and the face is at the surface, with the head in line with trunk.
The chassis or monocoque of a CART-style race car.
Used by carnival people to denote the riding compartment of flat rides.
Tri Usaha Bhakti, the business group of the army central command.
sizing is the most expensive process. The paper is first manufactured without sizing. Next it is run through a “tub” of liquid size and then dried in an air-drier. ...
abbreviation of Tuba (German: tuba - tuba (French))
The process a vehicle goes through in which the wheel wells are moved up beyond their normal height by cutting and welding. Often done to increase the range in lowering a Bus or to install larger than stock wheels and tires.
n. 'tub - a modified sled of sorts, approximately 150 cm in length, congruent with modern tubbing standards, created originally using a Coleco toboggan (hence "tub"), later enhanced using a Paris toboggan and most recent ly a Torpedo toboggan. v. ask a tubber.
A short cask or half barrel. Also an opprobrious or contemptuous term applied to a vessel to signify that it is out of date or faulty in design.
The large circular base on which a walking drag line sits during operation.
The assembly of a tank ring and a tank head.
British slang term for a tubular tyre
container made of cardboard or plastic or wire for receiving products usually presented loose.
shower enclosure that is designed to be installed on the tub (any).