go to the toilet

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go to the toilet

euphemism To urinate or defecate. I just need to go to the toilet first, and then we can leave.
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go to the toilet

Fig. Euph. to use a toilet for defecation or urination. Jimmy washed his hands after he went to the toilet. Excuse me, I have to go to the toilet.
See also: go, toilet
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A TAMWORTH nurse who had been drinking and unwittingly knocked over a tea light when getting out of bed and going to the toilet died of smoke inhalation in a house fire, an inquest has heard.
Q My golden Labrador, Peggy, is three years old and keeps going to the toilet inside my house.
At around 8 pm, a family member was going to the toilet when she saw a hand.
TIGER WOODS last night revealed his back pain got so bad he had to roll out of bed to pee in a bucket instead of going to the toilet.
Are you going to the toilet more often or do you have diarrhoea?
Had Mr Williams put them up on a website, and if our son's name was Googled, would the image of him going to the toilet show up?
Stool softeners can be used to make going to the toilet easier and more comfortable.' He adds, 'Trying not to strain when on the toilet and avoiding constipation is essential to prevent piles in the first place and to stop them getting worse.
Last month magistrates heard that the 47-year-old, of Rhiwbina in Cardiff, had admitted secretly filming children going to the toilet in a house for his own sexual gratification.
POLICE are investigating the alleged discovery of "secretly filmed" images of children going to the toilet at school.
Some people may need help going to the toilet, some may get ill because of medication, and so they have limited hours of work.
"You find yourself going to the toilet in front of them!
Most pubs and clubs in town have a guy who shows you how to wash your hands after going to the toilet. He presses these things called taps and, like magic, water comes out then he presses a dispenser onto your hand and when you rub it in it creates bubbles.
Some 38% of secondary school girls admitted to "holding it in" to avoid going to the toilet while 16% of secondary school boys say "bad things" happen in them.
"I had the same problem; my youngest would hide instead of going to the toilet.
[] I have pain or burning feelings when going to the toilet.