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ladies' room

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Definition of ladies' room in English:

noun

chiefly North American
A toilet for women in a public or institutional building.
Example sentences
  • After I finished my salad I went to the ladies' room to powder my nose and fix my hair.
  • The Dyke March started for me in the public restroom at Bryant Park, where myself and some other last-minute tinklers were in an impossibly long line for the ladies' room while, typically, there was no line at all for the men's.
  • That is, until you visit the ladies' room and are transported to a small town ice cream parlor complete with cow-themed mural painted by someone named ‘Sequoia.’

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