Definition of hot tub in English:

hot tub

noun

  • A large tub filled with hot aerated water used by one or more people for recreation or physical therapy.

    • ‘Infections and illnesses of various types have been linked, in recent years, to the use of hot tubs and whirlpool bathtubs.’
    • ‘It has 3 heated pools, a sauna, hot tubs, 2 playgrounds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, a hair salon, and a 24 hour fitness center.’
    • ‘I was there for saunas, treatments and hot tubs all the way.’
    • ‘Earlier this week health experts warned that Legionnaires' disease could be being spread by poorly maintained hot tubs and spa pools.’
    • ‘Drain water from pools, hot tubs and roof drains to a ditch or separate dry well.’
    • ‘The wooden lodges, starting at £150,000, will come complete with saunas, hot tubs, plasma entertainment systems and maid services.’
    • ‘You may be suffering from a condition known as folliculitis, which is caused by Pseudomonas bacteria in hot tubs and whirlpool baths.’
    • ‘Two penthouse suites have their own private out-door Jacuzzi hot tubs and can apparently hold up to eight people.’
    • ‘Pools and hot tubs should be fenced in on all 4 sides.’
    • ‘Do not expose your tattoo to direct sunlight, tanning beds, saltwater, pools, saunas and hot tubs for 2 weeks.’
    • ‘Solar heaters installed for hot tubs or swimming pools aren't eligible.’
    • ‘It has safe beaches, pools with water slides, and hot tubs designed for children.’
    • ‘The mansion will have every luxury imaginable from a gym to an 18-metre pool with sauna, steam room and hot tubs.’
    • ‘Larger houses with more bathrooms, swimming pools, hot tubs and more extensive landscaping translate into a lot of water.’
    • ‘In the household sector, easy-to-install home filtration kits are being marketed along with filtration systems for residential pools and hot tubs.’
    • ‘The two police officers slowly approached the hot tub filled with blood mixed water.’
    • ‘Many ranches provide amenities such as swimming pools, hot tubs, and game rooms.’
    • ‘Upper income households have hot tubs, pools, spas, etc. and are eager to keep them safe and clean.’
    • ‘We get bromine from pesticides, dough conditioners, and from disinfectants for water in hot tubs and commercial spas.’
    • ‘The variety of relaxing water pastimes, such as hot tubs, saunas, and whirlpools often located at or near swimming facilities, also are growing in popularity.’
    bathtub, tub
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Pronunciation

hot tub