Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Toilet"

The meaning of "Toilet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does There is a toilet paper crisis because of the coronavirus scare😟. Please easy on using the toilet paper, use small portion for pooping purposes only. mean?
A: It means people are buying a lot of toilet paper and there is not much left because of coronavirus fears. “Please easy on using toilet paper” means “Please don’t use much toilet paper” or “be careful about using too much”. Only use a small amount when you poop.
Q: What does ------ to help tackle toilet paper shortage.

#tackle
mean?
A: To tackle is a verb and means to deal with.
To help deal with the toilet paper shortage.
Q: What does do you have toilet.
i have a toilet.?

do you have a bathroom.

What's the difference? When should I use a
mean?
A: In English one does NOT usually ask, "Do you have a toilet?", even though they would understand if you ask this. It is just not how this is normally said.
Q: What does (on toilet)I've already had my second cup of coffe. mean?
A: 커피가 너무 많으면 커피가 똥을내는 데 도움이됩니다.
Q: What does she didn't flush the toilet to make the others think she'd left the living room for a compelling reason.paarticular compelling reason. mean?
A: this means that the girl did not want others to think that she had left them just to go to the toilet. She wanted them to think that she was gone for a better reason

Example sentences using "Toilet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with flush (toilet: waste removal).
A: 1. Did you flush the toilet?
2. I need to flush the toilet before I leave the bathroom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with toilet.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with go down the toilet.
A: all the things we work on will go down the toilet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in the toilet .
A: Since the company moved its factory overseas, the quality of the products went down the toilet.

Synonyms of "Toilet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between toilet and restroom ?
A: @Better1writer5: Toilet
Q: What is the difference between toilet and bathroom and restroom ?
A: Toilet is the apparatus itself.
Bathroom is the room with the toilet.
Restroom is a more polite/formal way to say bathroom.

In the US, you might say, "Where is the bathroom?" or to be more polite, "Where is the restroom?" but never "Where are the toilets?"
Q: What is the difference between toilet and washroom ?
A: Washroom is more polite
Q: What is the difference between toilet and bathroom and restroom and lavatory and WC ?
A: They all can be used interchangeably when saying asking 厕所在哪里?although -
Loo is very informal.
I'm just nipping to the loo

Bathroom is used more to describe the room in a house

WC/toilet is usually seen on signs when out in public places

Restroom and lavatory sound quite formal

The most common thing you will year is probably :
Where are the toilets?

I'm just going to the toilet
Etc.
Q: What is the difference between toilet and bathroom ?
A: bathroom is the place and toilet is what you use, toilet is in the bathroom

Translations of "Toilet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? " Could you get out of toilet quickly? "
Is the above sentence in a friendly way or making sense?
A: Your sentence makes sense but might be considered rude. I would probably say something like:

Please hurry, (reason you want them to come out).

Example:
Please hurry, I really need to use the washroom.
OR
Please hurry, we need to go.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? go to toilet or you wanna do toilet or do toilet
can we say above way
and please can give more example sentence
A: Usually we say, "I need to go to the bathroom"
or "Can I go to the bathroom?".
You can also say "Do you need to go to the bathroom?" or if it's a child you are speaking to, you can say "Do you need to go potty" or "Do you need to pee?"
and if you are asking someone to go to the bathroom with you, then you can say "Do you want to go to the bathroom with me?" or "Could you come to the bathroom with me?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? toilet
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? toilet bị hư rồi
A: The toilet is broken. Better: The toilet is out of service.

Hope that helps.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What do you call a toilet that you are expected to give a tip to use? It is not a pay toilet.
A: I would just call it a normal toilet and then put in a sign with a box that says something like, "We would appreciate any donations you can give to help keep the toilets clean and running well."

Other questions about "Toilet"

Q: Please put down the toilet seat lid after use. Does this sound natural?
A: "Please put the lid down when you are done."
or
"Please put the seat down when you are done."
Q: We apologize that we were not aware the toilet papers were run out. Does this sound natural?
A: *aware that the toilet paper had run out
Q: Can I got to the toilet, please? Does this sound natural?
A: sólo trata de decirlo más rápido ahora y ya está! pero está mucho mejor
Q: Why does she need to stand on the toilet?
Why isn't it enough for her to hide in the bathroom from a shooter?
A: @markun: If the shooter looks under the door, they won't see her feet
Q: About a toilet at a lodge in the nature:
If my sentences are wrong, I would like you to change them to more natural English please.
- - - - - -
Please manually turn on to flush this toilet and turn off properly after flushing.
This toilet is allowed you to use only toilet roll that is prepared by the lodge. Using own toilet roll and sort of tissue things is not allowed. Does this sound natural?
A: @dorome: Please make sure the toilet is turned off after use. The lodge provides toilet paper and prohibits the use of personal rolls and or other tissue paper. (Thats how I would write it)

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