bathroom

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 /ˈbɑːθrʊm/

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Principal Translations/Principales traductions
bathroom n (room: with bath, shower)salle de bain, salle de bains nf
 Tina goes into the bathroom as soon as she wakes up.
 Tina va dans la salle de bain (or: salle de bains) dès qu'elle est levée.
bathroom n US (toilet)toilettes nfpl
 WC nmpl
 I have drunk so much water, I really need to go to the bathroom.
 J'ai tellement bu d'eau qu'il faut que j'aille aux toilettes.
 
Additional Translations/Traductions supplémentaires
bathroom n as adj (in or of a bathroom)des toilettes loc adj
 Don't forget to lock the bathroom door.
 N'oublie pas de fermer la porte des toilettes à clé.
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Compound Forms/Formes composées
bathroom cabinet armoire de toilette nf
bathroom fittings accessoires de salle de bain nmpl
bathroom scales pèse-personne nm
bathroom sink n (washbasin)lavabo nm
 The washer was broken so I washed my clothes in the bathroom sink.
 La machine à laver était en panne alors j'ai fait ma lessive dans le lavabo.
bathroom tissue n US (toilet paper)papier toilette nm
 Peux-tu acheter du papier toilette : il n'y en a plus.
go to the bathroom v expr US (use the toilet)aller aux toilettes loc v
 To avoid extra stops, I always tell the children to go to the bathroom before starting a long trip in the car.
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