What does TOILET mean?

Definitions for TOILET
ˈtɔɪ lɪtTOILET

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word TOILET.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. toilet, lavatory, lav, can, john, privy, bathroom(noun)

    a room or building equipped with one or more toilets

  2. toilet, can, commode, crapper, pot, potty, stool, throne(noun)

    a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination

  3. gutter, sewer, toilet(noun)

    misfortune resulting in lost effort or money

    "his career was in the gutter"; "all that work went down the sewer"; "pensions are in the toilet"

  4. toilet, toilette(noun)

    the act of dressing and preparing yourself

    "he made his morning toilet and went to breakfast"

Wiktionary

  1. toilet(Noun)

    Personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  2. toilet(Noun)

    One's style of dressing; dress, outfit.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  3. toilet(Noun)

    A dressing room.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  4. toilet(Noun)

    Now specifically, a room or enclosed cubicle containing a lavatory, e.g., a bathroom or water closet (w.c.).

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  5. toilet(Noun)

    A lavatory or device for depositing human waste and then flushing it away with water.

    EPA is currently developing the specification for high-efficiency toilets. All HETs that meet WaterSense criteria for efficiency and performance will be eligible to receive a label once EPA finalizes the specification. u2014 US Environmental Protection Agency.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  6. toilet(Noun)

    Other similar devices, such as squat toilets, as in Japan or the Middle East.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  7. toilet(Noun)

    A shabby or dirty place, especially a lounge/bar/pub/tavern.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  8. toilet(Noun)

    A covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or dressing room.

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  9. toilet(Verb)

    To dress and groom oneself

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

  10. toilet(Verb)

    To use the toilet, or assist (a child etc) in using the toilet

    Etymology: From toilette diminutive of toile; a cloth used to protect garments when making up the hair or shaving.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Toilet(noun)

    a covering of linen, silk, or tapestry, spread over a table in a chamber or a dressing room

  2. Toilet(noun)

    a dressing table

  3. Toilet(noun)

    act or mode of dressing, or that which is arranged in dressing; attire; dress; as, her toilet is perfect

Freebase

  1. Toilet

    A toilet is a sanitation fixture used primarily for the disposal of human excrement and urine, often found in a small room referred to as a toilet/bathroom/lavatory. Flush toilets, which are common in many parts of the world, may be connected to a nearby septic tank or more commonly in urban areas via "large" sewer pipe connected to a sewerage pipe system. The water and waste from many different sources is piped in large pipes to a more distant sewage treatment plant. Chemical toilets are used in mobile and many temporary situations where there is no access to sewerage, dry toilets, including pit toilets and composting toilet require no or little water with excreta being removed manually or composted in situ. The word toilet may also be used, especially in British English to describe the room containing the fixture, for which euphemisms such as restroom or bathroom are used in American English. Prior to the introduction of modern flush toilets, most human waste disposal was done through the use of household chamber pots, or took place outdoors in outhouses or latrines. Pail closets were introduced in England and France in an attempt to reduce sewage problems in rapidly expanding cities.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Toilet

    Toilette, toil′et, n. a dressing-table with a mirror: also a cover for such a table: the whole articles used in dressing: mode or operation of dressing: the whole dress and appearance of a person, any particular costume.—ns. Toil′et-cloth, -cov′er, a cover for a dressing-table.—adj. Toil′eted, dressed.—ns. Toil′et-glass, a mirror set on the dressing-table; Toil′et-set, -serv′ice, the utensils collectively used in dressing; Toil′et-soap, a fine kind of soap made up in cakes; Toil′et-tā′ble, a dressing-table.—Make one's toilet, to dress. [Fr. toilette, dim. of toile, cloth; cf. Toil (1).]

Editors Contribution

  1. toilet

    A type of product and system.

    The toilets are all made from various materials.

    Submitted by MaryC on February 16, 2020  

British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'TOILET' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1630

  2. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'TOILET' in Nouns Frequency: #1816

Anagrams for TOILET »

  1. Lottie

  2. litote

How to pronounce TOILET?

  1. Alex
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How to say TOILET in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of TOILET in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of TOILET in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of TOILET in a Sentence

  1. Gulfport Police Department -RRB- Woodman:

    Inside the mini-bus, officers found a bin of mostly perishable food that had been left unrefrigerated. There was a five-gallon bucket near the front door that was designated as a makeshift toilet and a propane tank inside the passenger area. The children had no clothing other than what they were wearing.

  2. Elliot Budd:

    The first one I got, the house was being renovated so it was a few tradesmen working there that came across it. I was definitely a bit surprised when it was in the toilet.

  3. Eduardo Marzagao:

    He had to knock on the cell door to go to the toilet.

  4. Marek Lisinski:

    He followed me into the toilet one day and started doing bad things to me.

  5. Carol Touchstone:

    It's amazing how strong glue and toilet paper can be. After I made it I was hitting on it like a drum ... it's very sturdy, i don't even know how many layers (there are)- I just did it until I thought it would stay together.

Images & Illustrations of TOILET

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Translations for TOILET

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  • ашьашьмаAbkhaz
  • toiletAfrikaans
  • ሽንት ቤትAmharic
  • حمام, تواليت, مرحاضArabic
  • хӏажатханаAvaric
  • ayaqyolu, tualetAzerbaijani
  • әбрәкәй, туалет, унитаз, бәҙрәфBashkir
  • туале́тBelarusian
  • тоале́тнаBulgarian
  • ɲɛgɛn, suturaBambara
  • টয়লেট, পায়খানা, শৌচাগারBengali
  • གསང་སྤྱོད, གཟིམ་སྤྱོདTibetan Standard
  • privezioùBreton
  • vàter, escusat, lavaboCatalan, Valencian
  • хьаштагIаChechen
  • záchod, toaleta, záchodová mísaCzech
  • нушникChuvash
  • lle chwech, tŷ bach, toiled, powlen tŷ bachWelsh
  • wc, badeværelse, toilette, toilet, påklædningsrum, garderobe, lokum, toiletkummeDanish
  • Scheißladen, Kloset, Klo, WC, ToiletteGerman
  • μπάνιο, τουαλέτα, λεκάνη, αποχωρητήριοGreek
  • tualeto, klozeto, necesejo, fekseĝoEsperanto
  • retrete, watercló, inodoro, chiquero, vestidor, excusado, baño, wáter, arreglo, sanitario, muladar, poceta, váter, taza del baño, aseoSpanish
  • klosett, tualett, WC-pott, pottEstonian
  • bainugela, komunBasque
  • دستشویی, توالت, اتاق آرایش, محل کثیف, آرایشPersian
  • käymälä, vessa, sikolätti, wc-istuin, WC, siistiytyminen, vessanpönttö, miestenhuone, kaunistautuminen, wc-pönttö, naistenhuone, pukeutumishuone, läävä, kylpyhuoneFinnish
  • vesiFaroese
  • toilette, toilettes, cabinets, wc, cabinet, w.-c.French
  • leithreas, ionlannIrish
  • taigh beagScottish Gaelic
  • baño, retrete, cuarto de baño, inodoro, váter, servizo, aseoGalician
  • jekakahaGuaraní
  • שֵׁרוּתִים, אסלהHebrew
  • टॉयलेट, शौचालयHindi
  • vécé, fürdőszoba, vécécsésze, mosdó, WCHungarian
  • զուգարանArmenian
  • water-closet, toilette, wc, water closetInterlingua
  • kloset, toilet, WC, kamar kecilIndonesian
  • latrino, tualeteyoIdo
  • snyrting, skítastaður, vatnssalerni, skítapleis, klósett, baðherbergi, salerniIcelandic
  • ritirata, toilette, toeletta, toletta, schifezza, tazza, vaso, cesso, water, gabinetto, water closet, WC, bagno, vaso sanitarioItalian
  • お手洗い, 便所, 厠, 化粧室, 便器, トイレJapanese
  • ტუალეტის ოთახი, ტუალეტი, უნიტაზი, სააბაზანო, საპირფარეშოGeorgian
  • әжетхана, дәретхана, унитазKazakh
  • បង្គន់Khmer
  • ಪ್ರಸಾಧನKannada
  • 화장실, 변소, 뒷간, 변기Korean
  • mîstinxane, destavxane, rîtinxane, ئاوده‌ست, avdestxane, WC, qedemgeh, daşir, edeb, avrêj, tiwaletKurdish
  • privedhyow, pisvaCornish
  • даараткана, туалет, ажатканаKyrgyz
  • latrinaLatin
  • Klo, ToiletteLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • ຫ້ອງນ້ຳLao
  • tualetasLithuanian
  • klozetpods, tualeteLatvian
  • fidiovana, toerana fidiovanaMalagasy
  • heketua, hamuti, wharepaku, turumaMāori
  • ну́жник, тоале́та, ба́ња, кло́зет, тоале́т, ве-це, капа́тило, шолјаMacedonian
  • കക്കൂസ്Malayalam
  • жо́рлон, жо́рлонг, жорлонгийн шаазан хөтөвч, бие засах өрөөMongolian
  • mangkuk tandas, bilik air, toilet, tandasMalay
  • tojlit, kamra tal-ħasil, trombaMaltese
  • အိမ်သာBurmese
  • wc-pot, kleedkamer, wc, badkamer, toilet, toiletpotDutch
  • bad, WC, toalett, omkledningsrom, vannklosett, dass, do, pyntingNorwegian
  • chąąʼ báʼásaaʼ, łeetsʼaałgaaí, chąąʼ báhooghanNavajo, Navaho
  • lavatinas, privatOccitan
  • miiziiwinaagan, waakaa'igans, miiziiwigamig, miiziiwigamigoonsOjibwe, Ojibwa
  • пысу́нæOssetian, Ossetic
  • ubikacja, toaleta, ustęp, klozet, sedesPolish
  • chiqueiro, asseamento, toalete, retrete, casa de banho, sentina, limpeza, lavabo, toilette, vaso sanitário, privada, banheiro, vestiário, asseioPortuguese
  • tualettaRomansh
  • vece, closet, toaletă, privatăRomanian
  • туале́т, убо́рная, унита́з, гардеро́бнаяRussian
  • privada, tzesso, bascia, gabbinete, gabbinetuSardinian
  • kupaonica, тоалет, нужник, купатило, klozetska šolja, šolja, шоља, клозетска шоља, купаоница, toalet, nužnik, kupatiloSerbo-Croatian
  • වැසිකිලිය, වැසිකිළියSinhala, Sinhalese
  • záchodSlovak
  • záchod, toaleta, straniščeSlovene
  • chimbuziShona
  • musqul, suuli, beytalmaySomali
  • tualetAlbanian
  • boithomêlôSouthern Sotho
  • dass, toalett, sc, toalettstolSwedish
  • choo, kibakuli cha chooSwahili
  • கழிப்பறை, உடுத்துதல், கக்கூசு, கழிவறைTamil
  • ముస్తాబు, కమోడ్, ముఖప్రక్షాళనము, పాయిఖానా, బట్టలు తొడుక్కోవడము, మరుగు దొడ్డి, స్నానాలగదిTelugu
  • ҳоҷатхонаTajik
  • โถส้วม, สุขา, ห้องน้ำThai
  • ዓይኒ ምድሪTigrinya
  • hajathana, tuwalet, tualetTurkmen
  • palikuran, inidoroTagalog
  • tuvaletTurkish
  • bädräf, äbräkäy, бәдрәф, әбрәкәйTatar
  • туале́т, уніта́з, вбира́льняUkrainian
  • hojatxonaUzbek
  • cầu tiêu, nhà vệ sinh, phòng vệ sinh, xí bệtVietnamese
  • tvaletVolapük
  • ilé ìyàgbẹ́Yoruba
  • 厕所Chinese

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