ladies' room


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ladies' room

A restroom reserved for use by women and girls. Excuse me, can you tell me where the ladies' room is? Pardon me, everyone, I just need to use the ladies' room very quickly.
See also: room

ladies’ room

n. the women’s restroom. Is there a ladies’ room somewhere close?
See also: room
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Asked where they breastfed their babies in public, 82% of the women polled said a parked car, and 58% said the ladies' room.
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Two mothers escorted me and Bridget out and took her into the ladies' room and cleaned her up.
It was a three-soda drive for me, so I hit the ladies' room right away.
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stands for comfort room, a term we prefer over restroom.) Does Aiza feel more comfortable (or restful) in the ladies' room because she was born a girl, or in the men's room because that's his gender of choice for himself?
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DEAR MISS MANNERS: I was in the ladies' room today, and a woman who does not work in my office (but on our floor) walked out of the stall after having used the bathroom and didn't use soap when washing her hands.
The move was made after the district government carried out random interviews and found that mothers were more likely to take their sons to the ladies' room if the father was not around, the China Daily reported.