- 1 How do you say toilet politely?
- 2 What’s a slang word for bathroom?
- 3 How many different ways can you say toilet?
- 4 What are common German phrases?
- 5 Is it rude to say loo?
- 6 Is it rude to say toilet?
- 7 What do posh people say instead of toilet?
- 8 What is a toilet called in England?
- 9 How do you say going to the bathroom?
- 10 Is loo a posh word?
- 11 What is another way to say bathroom?
- 12 How do you say I wanna pee?
How do you say toilet politely?
‘The loo’ is generally a safe term to use and likely won’t offend anyone. ‘Lavatory’ is a good option for people looking for a very formal word to use in very formal occasions. In the United Kingdom, some people will shorten lavatory to just ‘lav’ and when they do it becomes quite informal.
What’s a slang word for bathroom?
loo (British, informal) washroom. can (US, Canadian, slang) john (slang, mainly US, Canadian)
How many different ways can you say toilet?
11 different ways to Say ‘Toilet’ in English.
What are common German phrases?
Basic German Phrases
- Guten Tag = Good morning.
- Hallo = Hello.
- Ich heiße … = My name is …
- Sprechen Sie Englisch? = Do you speak English?
- Wie heißt du? = What’s your name?
- Wie geht es dir? = How are you?
- Gut, danke = Fine, thank you.
- Nett, Sie kennen zu lernen = Nice to meet you.
Is it rude to say loo?
Lavatory or the slightly twee ‘loo’ are always acceptable and used by those from stronger social backgrounds, or those who ‘get it’. ‘Toilet’ is both down-market but also incorrect. Historically, a toilette was a person’s make-up (hence ‘toiletries bag’, ‘eau de toilette’, etc).
Is it rude to say toilet?
English Vocabulary: Don’t Call It a Toilet! In Canada and the US it is impolite to use the word toilet. You can call the actual physical thing a toilet, but if you want to say that you need to use the toilet, you must say something else. We have all sorts of other polite names for it!
What do posh people say instead of toilet?
Toilet: According to Kate, this term is detested because of its French origins. The royal family apparently say ‘ loo’ or ‘lavatory’ instead. Kate says you should never use the terms ‘gents’, ‘ladies’ ‘bathroom’ or ‘powder room’. 3.
What is a toilet called in England?
Loo. Despite being a very British word for toilet, ‘loo’ is actually derived from the French phrase ‘guardez l’eau’, which means ‘watch out for the water’.
How do you say going to the bathroom?
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- GO TO THE BATHROOM. This is probably the most common way to say ‘toilet’ in all English speaking countries.
- THE RESTROOM. This is more common in the USA.
- THE LOO.
- THE JOHN.
- I HAVE TO PEE.
- TAKE A PISS.
- RELIEVE MYSELF.
- NATURE CALLS.
Is loo a posh word?
Toilet. This was on the original 1950s list and, to be honest, I’d rather chew glass than use the word toilet in polite conversation. It’s a harsh word that was adapted from the French toilette which means your appearance, hence toiletries bag. Lavatory or loo is much more acceptable.
What is another way to say bathroom?
synonyms for bathroom
- powder room.
How do you say I wanna pee?
Some people say “Need a wee ” or “Need a pee”, “Just going for a pee/wee”, or “Jimmy riddle” = Piddle. Don’t use “Going for a piss/slash/wizz”.