Definitions

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  • v. train (a small child) to use the toilet

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Examples

  • Mark Wolraich, director of the Child Study Center at the University of Oklahoma and author of the "American Academy of Pediatrics' Guide to Toilet Training," said children typically begin to toilet-train between the ages of 18 months and 4 years.

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  • No one has been able to toilet-train the bubbly, sweet-natured kindergartner; he won't bother with a trip to the bathroom, no matter how awful the consequences.

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  • Many of the children wore diapers, because there weren't enough employees to toilet-train them.

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  • Science has failed parents, at least when it comes to determining how to toilet-train their children.

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  • Gisele reportedly explained why she wants to toilet-train Benjamin so early.

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  • What's it going to take for American parents to realize that just as it's far easier to house-train a 4-month-old puppy than a 1-year-old dog, it's far easier to toilet-train a

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  • The center’s closure also left Seeletso without a source of diapers, though this did not seem to give her additional incentive to toilet-train Thabang.

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