American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A room containing a bathtub or shower, and usually a sink and toilet.
- n. A room containing a sink and toilet.
- idiom. go to the bathroom Informal To defecate or urinate.
- n. a room or building equipped with one or more toilets
- n. a room (as in a residence) containing a bathtub or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet
“I even got up early to play sims before school. then after school me and holly played till 9. haha woohoo. well my bathroom meter is a little low .. gotta go fill up green! nous parlour, ahkikiki * runs to the bathroom*”
“The jotter is basically covering for the fact that I can't remember things long enough to get from one room to another -- so if I'm in the bathroom and realize we need more soap, I have to write it down * in the bathroom* or I'll never remember it long enough to get it to the master list on the fridge. leicamaster on Thu, 2009-01-15 06: 23.”
“The term bathroom means different things to different people.”
“Make sure you have a regular clearout though, as the bathroom is a prime place for out-of-date medicines or half-used bottles of shampoo to accumulate.”
“I will spare all the details but the boys and the bathroom is a DANGEROUS mix!!”
“According to one informed source who has confided in me after recently returning from a trip to Syria (the new enlightened herd very much likes using this phrase or something similar) the bathroom is the most likely crime scene for these psychotically sick and abnormal boys and girls.”
“Closing them in a bathroom is also an option, though you need to make sure there is not way they could get out, get hurt, or get into the wall (the latter happened to a friend of mine).”
“A mother should be able to nurse her child where ever, the bathroom is the dirtest place.”
“The space next to the bathroom is a cupboard for your washer dryer.”
“I want to be so engaged I have to drag myself away to feed Hubby, not decide that cleaning the bathroom is a better option than finishing out a chapter.”
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Very basic words for ESL students.
Rooms in a house.
For nonporous surfaces.
Names for the place where you do your business.
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