toilet training

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toilet training

n.
The process of training a child to use a toilet for defecation and urination.

toilet train v.

toilet training

n
the process of teaching young children to control the timing of bladder and bowel movements and to use the lavatory

toi′let train`ing


n.
the training of a very young child to control bowel and bladder movements and use the toilet.
[1920–25]
toi′let-train`, v.t.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toilet training - training a young child to use the toilet
grooming, training, preparation - activity leading to skilled behavior
Translations

toi·let train·ing

n. entrenamiento de los niños para controlar el acto de orinar y de defecar.
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