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latrine

noun [C]  /ləˈtrin/ us  
a toilet, esp. a simple one such as a hole in the ground, used in a military area or when camping (= living in a tent for a short period)
Translations of “latrine”
in Spanish letrina…
in French latrines…
in German die Latrine…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指軍營或宿營地的)簡易廁所,茅坑…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指军营或宿营地的)简易厕所,茅坑…
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