Spanish Vocabulary for the Bathroom - Lingua Linkup (2023)

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Spanish Vocabulary for the Bathroom - Lingua Linkup (1)

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A great way to start learning Spanish is to learn about the things in your day-to-day tasks. Everyone goes to the bathroom, and so this article should help everyone. We always learn how to say, “Where is the bathroom?” (¿Dónde está el baño?) out of necessity, but what about when you are in your home, talking to your kids or other family members?

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Here in this article, we help you learn about the shower, bath, toilet, and at the sink. Let us know in the comments some words we missed, and we’ll add them into the tables below!

Common Phrases When Using the Bathroom in Spanish | En Dónde está el Baño

Where is the Bathroom?
(1) Can I go to the bathroom?
(2) Where is the bathroom?
(3) How do you say bathroom in Spanish?
¿En Dónde está el Baño?
(1) ¿Puedo ir al Baño?
(2) ¿En dónde está el baño?
(3) ¿Cómo se dice baño en español?
Clogged Toilet
(1) The toilet is clogged.
(2) The toilet is dirty.
(3) The toilet won't flush.
(4) Flush the toilet.
Inodoro Tapado
(1) El inodoro está tapado.
(2) El inodoro está sucio.
(3) El inodoro no descarga / No baja el agua del inodoro.
(4) Tira la cadena del inodoro / Descarga el inodoro.
Taking a Bath
(1) I'm taking a bath.
(2) Go take a bath.
(3) You need to take a bath.
(4) Do you want a bath?
Tomar un baño
(1) Voy a tomar un baño.
(2) Ve a tomar un baño.
(3) Necesitas tomar un baño.
(4) ¿Quieres tomar un baño?

In the Bath/In the Shower | En el baño, En la ducha

(1) It only takes me 5 minutes to shower
(2) The shower is broken.
We have to buy a new shower.
(3) I took two showers today!
(1) Solo me toma 5 minutos bañarme.
(2) La ducha está rota
Tenemos que comprar una ducha nueva.
(3) ¡Yo tomé dos baños hoy!
(1) I prefer taking a bath than a shower.
(2) Do we have bath bubbles for the bath?
(3) Let’s give the dog a bath.
(1) Yo prefiero tomar un baño en la tina que en la ducha.
(2) ¿Tenemos burbujas de baño para la tina?
(3) Démosle al perro un baño.
(1) Go wash your hands good with soap.
(2) We have to buy more soap.
(1) Ve a lavarte las manos con jabón
(2) Tenemos que comprar más jabón.
(1) I use a lot of shampoo for my hair.
(2) After swimming in the pool, I have to wash my hair with shampoo.
(1) Yo uso mucho champú para mi cabello.
(2) Después de nadar en la piscina, tengo que lavar mi cabello con champú.
(1) I use a conditioner after I wash my hair with shampoo.
(2) I have a vanilla scented conditioner.
(1) Yo uso acondicionador después de lavar mi pelo con shampoo.
(2) Tengo un acondicionador con esencia de vainilla.
Body wash
(1) I prefer body wash than soap.
(2) I use body wash in every shower.
Gel de ducha
(1) Yo prefiero el gel de ducha que el jabón.
(2) Yo uso gel de baño en cada ducha.
(1) I have green washcloths.
(2) I clean with a washcloth.
Esponja de baño
(1) Yo tengo esponja de baño verde.
(2) Me limpio con una esponja de baño.
Shower curtain
(1) Close the shower curtain.
(2) The water is coming outside the shower curtain.
(3) We need to clean the shower curtain.
Cortina de ducha
(1) Cerrar la cortina de ducha.
(2) El agua sale fuera de la cortina de ducha.
(3) Necesitamos limpiar la cortina de baño.
(1) I wash my towel every few uses.
(2) This towel is soft.
(3) I need a towel to dry myself, please.
(1) Lavo mi toalla después de pocos usos.
(2) Esta toalla es suave.
(3) Necesito una toalla para secarme, por favor.

On the Toilet | En el Baño

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Toilet paper
(1) We ran out of toilet paper.
(2) Do we have more toilet paper?
(3) We need to buy toilet paper.
Papel higiénico
(1) Nos quedamos sin papel higiénico.
(2) ¿Tenemos más papel higiénico?
(3) Necesitamos comprar papel higiénico.
(1) Where is the toilet?
(2) I am on the toilet.
(1) ¿Dónde queda el baño?
(2) Estoy en el baño.
(1) The toilet is not flushing, we have to call the plumber.
(2) Please flush the toilet once you are finished.
(3) How do I flush the toilet?
(1) El inodoro no descarga, tenemos que llamar al plomero.
(2) Por favor, tirar de la cadena una vez terminado.
(3) ¿Cómo descargo el inodoro?
Toilet seat
(1) Put the toilet seat down when you are finished using the bathroom.
(2) We have to clean the toilet seat.
(3) The toilet seat is broken.
(1) Por favor, bajar la tapa del inodoro una vez terminado.
(2) Tenemos que limpiar el asiento del baño.
(3) El asiento del baño está roto.

At the Sink | En el Lavabo

(1) I cleaned the sink.
(2) I washed my face in the sink.
(3) The sink is clogged.
(1) Limpie el lavabo.
(2) Lavé mi cara en el lavabo.
(2) El lavabo está obstruido.
(1) I need a new toothbrush.
(2) I prefer soft bristle toothbrushes
(3) I forgot to bring my toothbrush.
Cepillo de dientes
(1) Necesito un nuevo cepillo de dientes.
(2) Yo prefiero un cepillo de cerdas suaves.
(3) Olvidé traer mi cepillo de dientes.
(1) This toothpaste has a mint flavor.
(2) I need more toothpaste.
(3) I need a travel-size toothpaste tube.
Pasta dental
(1) Esta pasta dental tiene sabor a menta.
(2) Necesito más pasta dental.
(3) Necesito un tubo tamaño de viaje.
(1) I need to comb my hair, it is a mess.
(2) Do you have a comb I can use?
(3) Where can I find the combs?
(1) Necesito peinar mi pelo, es un desastre.
(2) ¿Tienes un peine que pueda usar?
(3) ¿Dónde puedo encontrar peines?
(1) I need to clean the mirror.
(2) Where is a mirror?
(3) I want to check my hair in the mirror.
(1) Necesito limpiar el espejo.
(2) ¿Dónde hay un espejo?
(3) Quiero checar mi cabello en el espejo.

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