handbasin

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Noun1.handbasin - a basin for washing the hands (`wash-hand basin' is a British expression)handbasin - a basin for washing the hands (`wash-hand basin' is a British expression)
basin - a bowl-shaped vessel; usually used for holding food or liquids; "she mixed the dough in a large basin"
bathroom, bath - a room (as in a residence) containing a bathtub or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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handbasin

[ˈhændˌbeɪsn] Nlavabo m

handbasin

hand basin [ˈhændbeɪsən] nlavabo m

handbasin

[ˈhændˌbeɪsn] nlavandino
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There was no hot water available for wash handbasins and no material for drying hands.
The large master suite occupies most of the first floor accommodation, comprising bedroom overlooking the rear garden, a large dressing room, en-suite bathroom with corner spa bath, separate shower, twin handbasins and wc, and a sauna.
Centrally heated and double glazed, the accommodation also includes a reception lobby and spacious hall, a separate front dining room with natural wood strip flooring and, on the first floor, three bedrooms, two of which include extensive ranges of fitted bedroom furniture with handbasins.
The ladies are all very glam with oversized handbasins and ornate mirrors.
Last year we got girls who had Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream in their hair, so we had to wash it out in the handbasins in the toilets.
The large master bedroom, with views over the garden, has an en suite with Jacuzzi bath and two handbasins.
A WARD in an under-fire hospital had to be closed yesterday after legionella was found in handbasins.
The notice was followed by instructions to bosses to install new handbasins, soaps, paper towels and bins in the hospital.
They needed a sense of humour to cope with beds with just a few wooden slats between them, a room where the window fell out and a shortage of working light bulbs and plugs for the handbasins.