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give (one) a tinkle

To call one on the telephone. Give me a tinkle after the movie, and we can meet somewhere for a drink.
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tinkle

1. in. to urinate. (Mostly juvenile use. Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, be sure and tinkle before we leave.
2. n. urine. (Essentially juvenile. Usually objectionable.) There’s tinkle on the bathroom floor.
References in classic literature ?
Little bells were hung all round it; and when the pot was boiling, these bells tinkled in the most charming manner, and played the old melody,
said the Princess, and she walked on; but when she had gone a little way, the bells tinkled so prettily
Few finer fencing matches can ever have been seen in crowded amphitheatres than that which tinkled and sparkled on that forgotten island in the reedy river.
The whips snapped, the bells tinkled merrily, the sleds churned along the trail; but Buck knew, and every dog knew, what had taken place behind the belt of river trees.
But hardly had the elevator started, when the two coins tinkled on the roof and fell down between the car and the shaft.
The whiskey tinkled, the syphon fizzed, the ice plopped home; and seated there in his pyjamas, with the inevitable cigarette, Raffles told me the story that I had given up hoping to hear.
Without looking at him, she complied; but so violent was the nervous trembling of her hands that the glass chimney tinkled against the globe and the match went out.
The piece of ice in the long tumbler he held in his hand tinkled with an effect of chat tering teeth.
Somewhere in a corridor a distant bell tinkled urgently, and with devoted vigilance the young man pricked up his ears at the sound.
Solomon Daisy raised his glass to his lips; put it down upon the floor with such a trembling hand that the spoon tinkled in it like a little bell; and continued thus:
As they raised him, a ring tinkled down and rolled across the floor.
I got him somewhere; for the knife tinkled down on the floor.
I had a pounds 875 double with Hills on United to beat Everton (5-6) and City to beat Wolves (2-11), and from the moment Little Pea tinkled his way through the home defence at Goodison Park to nab an early opener, a bag-of-sand boost was on the cards.
However, towering ivory-ticklers like Otis Spann, Eddie Boyd and Willie Mabon tinkled the 88s for the blues label.