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take a squirt

vulgar slang To urinate. Could you pull over? I need to take a squirt.
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the squirts

vulgar slang Diarrhea. Never drink tap water in this country, unless you want to end up with a savage case of the squirts.
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take a leak

vulgar slang To urinate. Could you pull over? I need to take a leak.
See also: leak, take

squirt at (someone or something)

1. Of a liquid, to eject, flow, or issue forth in the direction of someone or something in one or more forceful spurts. I can feel water squirting at us, but I can't see where it's coming from! She pierced the steamed pudding with a fork, and hot molten chocolate squirted right at her face.
2. To eject or issue forth (some liquid) in the direction of someone or something in one or more forceful spurts. A noun or pronoun can be used between "squirt" and "at" to specify what is being squirted. The toy has a motion detector, and it squirts at you when you walk by. Some vandal squirted paint thinner at the famous painting, totally ruining it.
3. To cause some contraption or implement to eject or issue forth some liquid in the direction of someone or something in one or more forceful spurts. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "squirt" and "at." Mom told me to stop squirting my water gun at people in the courtyard below us. The doctor squirted the eye-dropper at my eyes.
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squirt from (something)

1. To eject, flow, or issue forth from some source in one or more forceful spurts. Crude oil began squirting from the spot where my pickaxe had struck the earth. Molten chocolate squirted from the chocolate fondant.
2. To eject or issue forth (some liquid) from some source in one or more forceful spurts. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "squirt" and "from" to specify what is being squirted. The bullet-wound victim began squirting blood from his neck. The clown squirted water from the fake flower on her lapel.
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squirt out

1. To eject, flow, or issue forth (from some source) in one or more forceful spurts. The doctor pulled back the bandage and blood started squirting out. Water squirted out of the small puncture in the pipe.
2. To cause or force some liquid to eject, flow, or issue forth (from some source) in one or more forceful spurts. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "squirt" and "out." He took out the bottle from the fridge and squirted out some ketchup onto his burger. You can fill the water gun in the kitchen sink, but don't squirt any out in the house or I'll take it away!
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squirt out of (something)

1. To eject, flow, or issue forth from some source in one or more forceful spurts. The doctor pulled back the bandage and blood started squirting out of the victim's neck. Water squirted out of the small puncture in the pipe.
2. To cause some liquid to eject or issue forth out of some source in one or more forceful spurts. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "squirt" and "out of" to specify what is being squirted. The bullet-wound victim began squirting blood out of his neck. He squirted some water out of the plastic bottle to cool down the overheating motor.
See also: of, out, squirt

squirt from something

[for a liquid] to be ejected in a spurt from something. The water squirted from the hose. Juice squirted from the orange when I squeezed it.
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squirt out(of someone or something)

[for something, especially a liquid] to gush or spurt forth from someone or something. In the horror movie, black stuff squirted out of this guy whenever he got angry. A lot of blood squirted out of the gash and I closed my eyes.
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squirt something at someone or something

 
1. to direct a narrow stream of liquid onto someone or something. They squirted the water at the cat and it ran away. Who is squirting catsup at people?
2. to direct a device for squirting liquid at someone or something. Tom squirted the hose at the cat. Who is squirting the firehose at the front of the house?
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squirt something out of something

 and squirt something out
to cause something to spurt out of something. He squirted a bit of the vaccine out of the syringe, making sure the needle was not clogged. He squirted out a bit of the vaccine.
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take a leak

Inf. to urinate. (Crude. Use caution with the topic. Usually in reference to a male.) I gotta go take a leak. Back in a minute. He just went out to take a leak.
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take a leak

Urinate, as in Excuse me, I've got to take a leak. [ Vulgar slang; c. 1930]
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take a leak

INFORMAL, RUDE
When a man takes a leak, he urinates. I've got to take a leak, keep your eye on my drink, will you?
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take a ˈleak

(slang) pass urine (= waste liquid) from the body: I’m just going to take a leak before we leave.
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squirt

1. n. a small person; a young child, especially a young boy. (Also a term of address.) Hey, squirt, come over here.
2. n. beer or champagne. How about a nice bubbly glass of squirt?

the squirts

n. a case of diarrhea. He’s got the squirts and can’t go out.
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take a leak

and take a piss and take a squirt
tv. to urinate. (Crude. Often objectionable. Usually in reference to a male. Leak is the mildest and piss is the strongest.) I gotta go take a leak. Back in a minute. We stopped at a rest area so old Harry could take a piss.
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take a squirt

verb
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take a leak

Vulgar Slang
To urinate.
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This pest was determined first time on squirting cucumber in Hatay province in 24October 2004.
viduatus killed all seedlings within two weeks (Figure2).In laboratory studies, it was determined that BWB can complete its life cycle on watermelon and squirting cucumber but nymphs hatching (Figure 3a, b) from eggs left by adult on cucumber and bottle gourds could not reach adult stage and complete its life cycle.
However, squirting cucumber is one of the natural host plants of some viruses in cucurbits.
According to literature review we did, there is no any study about transmission of viruses from squirting cucumber to other cucurbit species by BWB.
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"There was six of us I was the only person apprehended when I admitted squirting the water."
A MAN of 70 foiled a knife-wielding burglar by squirting him in the eyes with an air freshener.
15 .JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, Gentry and his co-workers describe how they cooled the helium by squirting a pulsed beam of high-pressure helium gas into a vacuum chamber.
A TEENAGER yesterday admitted squirting bleach over a "terrified" mother who had asked him to be quiet as she watched a Harry Potter film with her family.
The porpoise, named Squirt by children because of the noise he makes squirting water and air through his blowhole, has set up home in the Bann at Coleraine.
We had one foolish boy who brought in a solution and started squirting it about.
I am sure I don't have to point out the practicality of squirting water willy-nilly in the lounge.