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Definition of 'potty'

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They got the chance to bounce ideas off each other and learn about juggling a business with teething tantrums and potty training. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My nearly 3 year old is potty training but we will still have bedtime nappies. The Sun (2016)ARE our chief constables going quite potty? The Sun (2016)But to win a point for his team the potty mouth has to avoid swearing the entire time he's in character. The Sun (2016)So potty training can become a battle of wills. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Will stephen be able to keep his potty mouth clean? The Sun (2015)Might there be more potty training to come? The Sun (2013)That potty mouth would go well with his old job. The Sun (2016)The snooty subtext here is that to possess anything resembling a potty mouth is just so awfully common. The Sun (2015)No wonder he was going potty. The Sun (2013)We'll kick that potty plan into touch. The Sun (2009)The potty plan is in a Brussels blueprint for the future of the financial industry. The Sun (2014)She learnt to use the potty as gradually as she'd learnt to walk. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That didn't stop her potty mouth running riot. The Sun (2011)It's political correctness gone potty. The Sun (2011)But the actors and crew had to live there for nearly three months, and most were going slightly potty two weeks in. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE owner of this 150,000 supercar will go paint potty when they see this. The Sun (2013)

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Translations for 'potty'

British English: potty /ˈpɒtɪ/ NOUN
A potty is a deep bowl which a small child uses as a toilet.
  • American English: potty
  • Arabic: نُونِيَّةٌ لِلأَطْفَال
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pinico
  • Chinese: 便壶
  • Croatian: tuta
  • Czech: nočník
  • Danish: potte
  • Dutch: potje
  • European Spanish: orinal
  • Finnish: potta
  • French: pot enfant
  • German: Töpfchen
  • Greek: βλαμμένος
  • Italian: vasino
  • Japanese: 幼児用の便器
  • Korean: 유아용 변기
  • Norwegian: potte
  • Polish: nocnik
  • European Portuguese: penico
  • Romanian: oliță
  • Russian: детский горшок
  • Latin American Spanish: orinal
  • Swedish: potta
  • Thai: กระโถนสำหรับเด็กเล็ก
  • Turkish: lazımlık
  • Ukrainian: дитячий горщик
  • Vietnamese:

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