Definition of pee-pee in English:

pee-pee

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Pronunciation: /ˈpiːpiː
 
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noun

North American informal
1A child’s word for an act of urinating.
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  • I opened my eyes to find Andy inches from my face, his own eyes like saucers and an expression that said clearly, ‘I will never go pee-pee again Mama, I promise.’
  • Only when I became a driver myself did I realise that it was not only the speed at which my father drove - always 30 miles an hour or lower, and usually lower - but the many stops for wee-wee and pee-pee at nearly every bar along the way.
1.1 [mass noun] Urine.
More example sentences
  • The victim did not, however, have any ailment which might have led this distasteful infusion of blood with pee-pee.
1.2A penis.

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