Definition of cludgie in English:

cludgie

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Pronunciation: /ˈklʌdʒi
 
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noun (plural cludgies)

Scottish informal
A toilet: three people needed hospital treatment in Glasgow after old cludgies collapsed beneath them
More example sentences
  • Hines would go in and tell the desk clerk himself just as soon as he felt capable of leaving the cludgie.
  • The Hispanic chap was cleaning the washrooms (cludgies to youse).
  • If things were rough it would be a room-and-kitchen or maybe just a single-end wi' a landin' cludgie.

Origin

1960s: origin uncertain.

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