Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bathroom"

The meaning of "Bathroom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does can = bathroom? mean?
A: “Can” is slang for toilet.
Q: What does The bathroom is downstairs, but weighed against all the other great features, perhaps that isn't a dealbreaker. mean?
A: A 'dealbreaker' is something that is so essential that somebody would not sign a contract without it. So in this case, the bathroom being downstairs is inconvenient or not ideal, but the person will still sign the contract because there are so many other good qualities about the apartment. Having the bathroom downstairs is not so bad that they would prefer to find another place instead.

Also, 'dealbreaker' can be used figuratively, eg. when dating; 'He doesn't like the same films as me, but it's not a dealbreaker'.
Q: What does I head into the bathroom, remove my Invisalign braces shout out to Anglia orthodontics for hooking me up with those to fix my smile. What is the meaning of 'shout out' and 'hook me up with' in this sentence? mean?
A: "Shout out" usually means it's an advertisement. In this case, this person is advertising Anglia orthodontics for you to know where to get invisalign braces. "Hook me up with" means that is who gave it to you. For example, I can say "my friend hooked me up with the answers to the homework." My friend gave me answers to the homework.
Q: What does he emerged from the bathroom, towel-drying his CREW CUT mean?
A: So he was drying his hair and his hairstyle happened to be a crew cut.
Q: What does bathroom stalls mean?
A: A stall is the little room with a toilet.

Example sentences using "Bathroom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with i want go to bathroom .
A: Abdulqader, I want to go to the bathroom, wait here
Q: Please show me example sentences with bathroom.
A: There's a cockroach in the bathroom. 😁
He looked himself in the bathroom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bathroom.
A: where is the bathroom? I need to use the bathroom. he/she is going to the bathroom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bathroom.
A: May I go to the bathroom?
Excuse me sir, where is the bathroom?
I stayed in the bathroom for fifteen minutes because of my upset stomache.

Synonyms of "Bathroom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bathroom and washroom and restroom and toilet ?
A: The toilet is the thing you sit on in the bathroom.
A bathroom usually implies what's in a house because it has a bath tub and toilet in it.
A restroom is usually just what's in public places like a restaurant because there's only toilets.
The US doesn't really use washroom so I don't know about that.
However, bathroom and restroom are often used interchangeably even though they are slightly different.
Q: What is the difference between bathroom and washroom ?
A: bathroom can be just the toilets but can also be where you take a bath/shower or again the 2 together. Whereas washroom is only the toilets
Q: What is the difference between bathroom and restroom and toilet ?
A: the bathroom is the same as a restroom, you would say restroom in more of a "formal" scenario. if you were at dinner in a restaurant and you needed to use the bathroom, you would say "excuse me, i need to use the restroom". if you were home you could just say "i need to use the bathroom"

the toilet is what you would "go to the bathroom" on or "do you business in"
Q: What is the difference between a bathroom and a rest room ?
A: They're used interchangeably. But restaurants and businesses usually say restroom because some of them have couches where you can rest. And you usually refer to it as a bathroom if it's in someone's house. Mainly because it's likely there will be a bathtub in that room. And you can bathe in it.
Q: What is the difference between bathroom and restroom ?
A: They mostly mean the same thing, but I tend to say "restroom" for public restrooms and "bathroom" for bathrooms in houses.

Translations of "Bathroom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in bathroom


A"Is anyone in?"

B"already here!"
A: At a restaurant or public restroom the conversation would be:

A. Knock, Knock (person knocking)

B. It’s Busy..(person inside restroom)

That’s basically it. There really is no conversation because first you try and open the door. If someone is in there, it’s more likely that the door is locked. Most times they will either say “busy” or not respond at all.

At home it’s a little bit more open because it’s probably a family member or a friend. In both cases the conversation would be like:

A. Knock Knock...who’s in there?

B. I’ll be out in a minute...

A. OMG. Hurry up! (Lol)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is the difference* between bathroom and restroom? 🤔
A: In American English, there is no difference--we use them interchangeably. Especially when saying, "I need to go to the bathroom/restroom"=I need to use the toilet. I tend to use restroom when I am in a public place, as it only has toilets and sinks. And then I use bathroom when I am asking about where the bathroom is in someone's house because it will tend to have a shower/bath in it. But I still use either one in both contexts. Restroom is just a polite way to say "place where the toilet is".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bathroom stall 뜻이 뭔가요?
화장실 변기라는 번역도있고 화장실 욕실 이라는 번역기도 있고 화장실 샤워실 이라는 번역도 있어서요ㅠㅠ
A: bathroom stall is a toilet with walls surrounding it
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? When you are in the bathroom,the cleaner with another gender knocks on the door.So what should you say to tell her somone is here?
A: In my experience, they shout something like "is anyone in there?" and you reply "yes". If they don't shout, I usually say "yes" anyway. In a lot of places in the UK, toilet cleaners of opposite genders are allowed inside when people are there
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when I went a bathroom, there were broken pieces of something. how can I explain it to my host mom?
A: That sounds fine. You could also say "There is something broken in the bathroom."

Other questions about "Bathroom"

Q: Which sounds more natural?

A bathroom is located at the front of car 3.
A bathroom is located on the front side of car 3.
A: @monica8: the first sounds more natural. But both would be correct.
Q: There is a bathroom in car 3, car 5, car 7, and car 11. Does this sound natural?
A: Repeating "car" that often seems unnecessary; "in cars 3, 5, 7, and [car] 11" might be better.
Q: The bathroom is at the end of this aisle, and to the right. Does this sound natural?
A: Demo "the bathroom is at the end of this aisle,,to your right to " the bathroom is at the end of this aisle, and to the right." yori ii desu.
Q: I got onto the bathroom scale and read the gauge. Does this sound natural?
A: this is correct, but it sounds too technical.

I would say, "I got onto the scale in the bathroom and checked my weight"
Q: トイレの事を、バスルームと言うようですが、
駅とか店でも、「Where is the bathroom?」と、尋ねるのですか?
A: bathroomか

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