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מִקלַחַת – Shower/Bath

December 7, 2011

כתבתי אתמול על ”להתרחץ“, כי אני עושה אותו כל יום. (אני לא הולך לגימנסיה כל יום, אבל יש דברים שאני צריך לעשות…). כאשר אני מתרחץ, אני מתרחץ במקלחת

I wrote yesterday about “to wash”, because I do it every day.  (I don’t get to the gym every day, but there are things that I have to do…)  When I wash myself, I wash myself in the shower.

(Okay, so it sounds a little bit Most-Interesting-Man-In-The-World-ish when I put it that way, but there just was not a better way to put it out there.)

It’s weird, but that’s one of those words I never learned in hebrew school – I learned “important” things like the words for kitchen and bathroom (and, importantly, now to ask politely in Hebrew as to where to find the restroom), but I never learned the word for the shower itself in case I wanted to make sure I was clean.


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