Definition of have or take a leak in English:

have (or take) a leak

informal Urinate.
More example sentences
  • A guy is standing taking a leak over the water onto the dead body.
  • Of course, what really happened was slightly less horrible; someone took a leak outside the cells, and the gentle Caribbean breeze carried a jot of pee through a ventilation grill.
  • He immediately jumped right in the new box and took a leak.
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