English vocabulary and translations (See all)
(Where are) the toilets (please?): (Where is) the W.C., the lavatory, the bathroom, the loo (please?)
In British English, the toilets refers to the room with a toilet. In American English, this room is called the bathroom.
- "Philip : Just as soon as I'm finished spitting this important message: 'Must use toilet immediately, ate burrito for breakfast."
- "Bruno : I saw everything from the security cameras that monitor these toilets."
- "Dave : Excuse me, can you tell me where the toilets are please?"
- "Edward : Ugh, you can see us in the toilet, sir?"
- "You just go down that corridor, past the water cooler, and the toilets are on your left."
- "We are 'examining' him now in a secret location (the toilets in the Delavigne parking lot), trying to find out literally what makes these robots tick."
- "Fukuyama : Karaoke toilets are the latest fashion in Japan."
- "I've surfed every wave in this building, including the killer break in the first floor toilet."
- "Dave : And what will I find there, the guest toilet?"
- "Fukuyama : In toilets!"
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