Translation:One bathes in a bathtub and showers in a shower.
Interestingly, Russian also uses the word "douche" (душ) for shower. It's fascinating that the word came to mean just one kind of shower in the US (female only)...
Dusj is very similar to the french word for a shower, douche. Very odd connection.
I had to check it with google.translate and it's douche in English (more often not referring to a shower, but more the activity of showering something) and Dusche in German. According to my favourite Norwegian on-line encyclopaedia snl.no the etymology of the word states it from Italy meaning "water pipe" (or "vannrør" as it says in Norwegian).
edit: added comment. Read the comments below. Douche has an exclusive meaning...
Ah, yes, so my Oxford advanced learner's dictionary tell me as well:-P Not a good idea to trust google.translate blindly it seems. (Douche has the same meaning in both NAmE and BrE, says my Oxford)
Thanks, Linn. I'm sorry =/ I'll just try to avoid being crass for humor's sake on here from now on. I didn't realize how offensive that word is until it was too late -_-
Vredesbyrd: I believe I deleted a post of yours with swearing in it yesterday, so you don't have to worry about it still floating around.
It seems that "shower stall" is not accepted (I did report it) for "dusj". I find the English sentence a bit weird without "stall" - "shower in a shower".
Gee whiz, I thought I spoke English and I would never say stall after shower. Duolingo seems to be good at making me think about sentence constructions which are technically correct but usually avoided because they sound odd; such as "The writer writes", "The nurse nurses", "The reader reads" and so on.
I'm a native English speaker and I would never say "shower stall" unless I was specifically referring to a specific public shower, like if I were camping. (Ex. I left my towel in the second shower stall.) My shower at home is just a shower, not a shower stall.
Can you say, "jeg bader i en dusj"? In English that would be okay, but not the other way around (you can bathe in a bath or a shower, but you can't shower in a bath).
And some people race in their bathtub! http://www.bathtubbing.com/championship-race/official-rules/