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    showered him

    If your kid is too young to take a shower for himself and you washed his body during the shower, do you say "I showered him" or what else?

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    Re: showered him

    You'd say "I gave him a shower." To shower someone​ means to give someone large quantities of something.
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    Re: showered him

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    You'd say "I gave him a shower." To shower someone​ means to give someone large quantities of something.
    More precisely, the expression is "to shower someone with something.​"
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