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English definition of “piss”

piss

noun [S or U] uk   /pɪs/ offensive us  
urine: There was piss all over the floor. I need a piss. He's having a piss.

piss

verb [I] uk   /pɪs/ offensive us  
to pass urine: That dog keeps pissing on our fence. piss yourself to urinate over yourself and the clothes you are wearing
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