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Bathroom vs. Restroom

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Bathroomnoun

A room containing a shower and/or bathtub, and a toilet.

Restroomnoun

A room containing a public toilet: a public lavatory.

‘Could you tell me where I can find the restroom?’;

Bathroomnoun

A lavatory: a room containing a toilet and a bathtub.

‘''Most Americans don't know 'WC' and many Brits mock 'bathroom' but almost everyone understands 'toilet' or 'lavatory'.’;

Restroomnoun

a toilet that is available to the public

Bathroomnoun

a room (as in a residence) containing a bath or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet

Restroom

Restroom is a euphemism for a public toilet, in a publicly accessible location, or less frequently a toilet room, in a private residence. Different dialects use and (American English), (usually includes a bathtub or shower) and (just toilet and sink) (Canadian English), or (Filipino English) and (an initialism for ), and its abbreviation (British English).

‘bathroom’; ‘restroom’; ‘bathroom’; ‘washroom’; ‘comfort room’; ‘CR’; ‘WC’; ‘water closet’; ‘lavatory’; ‘lavvy’;

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Bathroomnoun

a room equipped with toilet facilities

Bathroom

A bathroom or washroom is a room, typically in a home or other residential building, that contains either a bathtub or a shower (or both). The inclusion of a wash basin is common.

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