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toilet

noun   /ˈtɔɪ·lət/
A1 a bowl that you sit on or stand near when you get rid of waste substances from your body wáter, inodoro
A2 UK ( US bathroom) a room with a toilet in it wáter, aseo
go to the toilet
A2 UK ( US go to the bathroom) to use the toilet ir al servicio/váter I need to go to the toilet.
(Definition of toilet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

toilet

noun /ˈtoilit/
(a room containing) a receptacle for the body’s waste matter, usually with a supply of water for washing this away; a lavatory lavabo, servicios Do you want to go to the toilet? Where is the ladies’ toilet? ( also adjective) a toilet seat.
toiletries noun plural
things that you use for washing and cleaning yourself such as soap and toothpaste. Artículos de Aseo You’d better toe the line if you want to keep your job.
toilet bag noun
( British) a small bag for carrying the things you need to wash with such as soap and a toothbrush. Bolsa de Aseo
toilet paper noun
paper for use in a toilet papel higiénico a roll of toilet paper.
toilet roll noun
a roll of toilet-paper. rollo de papel higiénico
toilet water noun
a type of perfumed liquid for the skin. agua de colonia
(Definition of toilet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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