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WC

noun [C] uk   us   /ˌdʌb.l̩.jʊˈsiː/ UK
abbreviation for water closet: a toilet, or a room containing a toilet: The wooden staircase leads to three bedrooms, the bathroom, and a separate WC.
Translations of “WC”
in Arabic دَوْرة مِياه…
in Korean 화장실…
in Malaysian tandas…
in French toilettes…
in Turkish tuvalet…
in Italian toilette…
in Chinese (Traditional) 廁所,洗手間…
in Russian туалет…
in Polish WC…
in Vietnamese nhà vệ sinh…
in Spanish wáter, servicios…
in Portuguese banheiro…
in Thai ห้องน้ำ…
in German das WC…
in Catalan lavabo…
in Japanese (公共の)トイレ, お手洗い…
in Indonesian kamar kecil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厕所,卫生间…
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