hot tub

noun

Definition of hot tub 

: a large tub of hot water in which bathers soak and usually socialize especially : such a tub with a whirlpool device

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hot-tub \ ˈhät-​ˌtəb \ intransitive verb

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Justin posted a seriously romantic photo of the two engaging in some hot tub PDA, while Hailey was a bit more casual in her Instagram selection, and chose a photo of the pair presumably jetting off somewhere. Lauren Rearick, Teen Vogue, "Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Showed off Matching Diamond Watches," 14 July 2018 Enter this 1985 contemporary and step up to a big living room with vaulted ceilings, skylights, and sliders to a wraparound deck with hot tub. Jon Gorey, BostonGlobe.com, "For sale: Homes built centuries apart in Upton," 22 June 2018 The larger of the two is lined with ivy and gaslights, and features an outdoor fireplace with a 75-inch TV above the mantle, a heated canopy, hot tub with an awning and barbecue area. Vivian Marino, New York Times, "A SoHo Triplex on the Market for $65 Million," 14 June 2018 The area is private and tranquil, with a hot tub for the adults and a slide for the kids. Taylor M. Riley, The Courier-Journal, "This Prospect home does summer the right way with the perfect pool," 14 June 2018 The Parks created an equally elegant backyard for entertaining, complete with a hot tub and an in-ground saltwater graphite heated pool with an automatic cover. Karen A. Avitabile, courant.com, "Property of the Week: 7 Clermont Park, Farmington," 21 Dec. 2017 Of 633 outbreaks nationwide caused by bacteria, viruses or other things floating around, nearly 80 percent of them were traced to water that was treated with chlorine or other chemicals in swimming pools, hot tubs or wading pools. Glenn Howatt, chicagotribune.com, "Swimming pools, hot tubs are more likely than lakes to make you sick, studies find," 11 July 2018 Of 633 outbreaks nationwide caused by bacteria, viruses or other things floating around, nearly 80 percent of them were traced to water that was treated with chlorine or other chemicals in swimming pools, hot tubs or wading pools. Glenn Howatt, ajc, "Swimming pools, hot tubs are more likely than lakes to make you sick, studies find," 9 July 2018 Domes include full kitchens, bathrooms and private hot tubs for each dome. Tiffany Thornton, USA TODAY, "Geodesic domes bring nature’s beauty indoors," 21 June 2018

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First Known Use of hot tub

1973, in the meaning defined above

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hot tub

noun

English Language Learners Definition of hot tub

: a large tub of hot water in which people sit to relax or spend time together

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