Definition of 'loo'
Example sentences containing 'loo'
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Hopefully we'll now get loads of free loo roll. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The other day I put a new carpet in the downstairs loo. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why are men always expected to put the loo seat down? Times, Sunday Times (2006)That would struggle to make the downstairs loo. The Sun (2012)The wall tiles were salvaged from a public loo. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Our own loo roll and then we will know we are massive. The Sun (2010)We barely remember to put the loo seat down. The Sun (2012)She will scrub the downstairs loo and cook his meals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The loo seat in the hotel bathroom was hot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And then had to go and lock himself in the downstairs loo to think about it? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He liked to nick loo rolls as well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And ensure that the loo seat is down. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Turn a visit to the bathroom into a sporting triumph with this solid oak loo roll holder with walnut stand. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is your downstairs loo looking neglected? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The big thing is loo roll. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Still can't bring yourself to use a public loo? The Sun (2015)Most impressive of all, there are signs pointing to public loos. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The downstairs loo will lap them up, mind. The Sun (2012)My girlfriend went to the downstairs loo and her friend whispered that she'd meet me upstairs. The Sun (2010)They watched nearly 4,000 people in public loos and found the average user only spends six seconds at the sink. The Sun (2013)The 22-year-old lost her way without a torch and vanished over the edge as she returned from the public loos. The Sun (2013)I recently sold one for 8,000 to an elderly couple who needed to be near the public loos. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Used Occasionally. loo is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'loo'
British English: loo /luː/ NOUN
A loo is a toilet.
- American English: bathroom
- Arabic: مِرْحَاضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: toalete
- Chinese: 厕所
- Croatian: toalet
- Czech: záchod
- Danish: wc
- Dutch: wc
- European Spanish: váter IngBrit
- Finnish: vessa
- French: WC
- German: Klo
- Greek: αποχωρητήριο
- Italian: gabinetto
- Japanese: トイレ
- Korean: 화장실
- Norwegian: do
- Polish: toaleta
- European Portuguese: casa de banho
- Romanian: toaletă
- Russian: уборная
- Spanish: inodoro
- Swedish: toa
- Thai: ห้องน้ำ
- Turkish: tuvalet
- Ukrainian: вбиральня
- Vietnamese: nhà vệ sinh
Definition of loo from the Collins English Dictionary
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