Translation of toilet in Spanish:
- 1 countable (room)(bowl)to go to the toiletwater (masculine) or (Spain) váter (masculine)to throw o flush something down the toiletir al baño (especially Latin America)ir al váter or al servicio (especially Spain)public toiletstirar algo por el water or (Spain) váterservicios (masculine plural) (especially Spain)Example sentences
- Seat covers have been available for decades, and it used correctly, most seat covers will flush down the toilet without the user touching them.
- You probably wash up your dirty dishes immediately after eating, and stick bleach down the toilet with every tenth flush.
- A third of all household water is flushed down the toilet, so control the amount of water you use by putting a plastic bottle or ‘hippo’ in your cistern.
- Although work is on a public floor of the building, the toilets are locked, secured by carefully guarded keys.
- Marketing is described as weak and many buildings lacked public toilets, baby changing facilities and refreshment areas.
- In the toilets, the one cubicle with a working light had a broken lock.
- 2 uncountable [archaic] (washing and dressing) to be at one's toilet(before noun) toilet articlesestar arreglándoseestar haciéndose la toilette [humorous]Example sentences
- She quickly changed into an older dress and completed a brief toilet.
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