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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.
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Ironically accompanied by the sound of a tinkly music box tune, it warns that you are on shaky footing in this world and had better not count on home as a refuge.
THE tinkly piano music accompanying the graveyard shots indicated that this was going to be grim viewing (Angela's Trial, BBC1, Wednesday).
They don't spin around to poor quality tinkly piano music and then weep tears of joy as some outrageously crooked judge from their own country gives them 5.
Sara Payne and her family watched them go, maybe thinking how such a splendid sight would have prompted one of those familiar, tinkly laughs if only their precious Sarah could have been there with them.
High modernist blind spots persist when it comes to '60s kinetic art, which still evokes, in many minds, ideas of tinkly metallic kitsch.
The single Goin' Down is a crunching rock anthem but the title track is back to the tinkly, lightweight Spice Girls stuff.
Elsewhere, he cheerfully pounds out some boogie-woogie piano licks for the edification of his students (who presumably need to see that their teacher can "get down") and moons over his own tinkly Debussy-like piece (inspired by an illicit crush he has on one of his young female students).
I find my utensil tapping a succession of antlered horny bones, tinkly, like a xylophone's many keys.
He'd teased her about having wowed them with her Southern-belle routine, but he knew she was smart, tough, demanding on herself and others; beneath her almost excessive femininity - tinkly bracelets, an occasional flower in her hair - resided a born competitor and a hellacious worker.
FROM the moment the lights dimmed and the opening bars of the tinkly musical box tune filled the auditorium, we knew we were in for a chilling evening.
After eight years in the role, actress Gillian Wright has thoroughly earned that tinkly piano send off.
TINKLY HINCKLEY There is a small town called Hinckley, Where the men are so bold and wrinkly.
The implications were obvious right from the clattery, tinkly introduction at the very top of the keyboard, from which point any idea of favourable reception moved progressively downhill.
I Wish I Was in New Orleans," which duplicates the hiss of an old record, has Johansson singing along with a tinkly music box as if she was in another room.
The first song seemed to go on forever--just sax and snarey drums and then tinkly piano.