toilet paper

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toilet paper

n.
Thin, absorbent paper, usually in rolls, used to clean oneself after defecation or urination. Also called toilet tissue.
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toilet paper

or

toilet tissue

n
thin absorbent paper, often wound in a roll round a cardboard cylinder (toilet roll), used for cleaning oneself after defecation or urination
vb
to cover private property (esp a house) in long strands of unwound toilet paper as a prank. Abbreviation: TP
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toi′let pa`per


n.
a soft, lightweight paper used in bathrooms for personal cleansing after defecation or urination. Also called toi′let tis`sue.
[1880–85]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toilet paper - a soft thin absorbent paper for use in toiletstoilet paper - a soft thin absorbent paper for use in toilets
tissue paper, tissue - a soft thin (usually translucent) paper
toilet roll - a roll of toilet paper
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Translations
toaletní papír
toiletpapir
wc-paperivessapaperi
papier hygiéniquepapier toilette
toaletni papir
klósettpappír
トイレットペーパー
화장지
straniščni papir
toalettpapper
กระดาษชำระ
giấy vệ sinh

toilet paper

ncarta igienica
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

toilet paper

وَرَقُ الـمِرْحَاض toaletní papír toiletpapir Toilettenpapier χαρτί τουαλέτας papel higiénico wc-paperi papier hygiénique toaletni papir carta igienica トイレットペーパー 화장지 toiletpapier toalettpapir papier toaletowy papel higiénico, papel higiênico туалетная бумага toalettpapper กระดาษชำระ tuvalet kağıdı giấy vệ sinh 卫生纸
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There have also been some pretty infamous sets too - a Reni and John Squire-less The Stone Roses headline slot at Reading in 1996 stands out as being pretty bad, while Daphne and Celeste's bog roll and bottle throwing infused one-song set at Reading in 2000, where they barely made it through their chart hit 'Ooh Stick You', is one that will go down in the history books.
If it's as emotional as last night's episode, Vicky will need to nick a bigger "bog roll" from the ladies.
Pupils who need to go, have to ask for the class toilet roll from the teacher or instructor and take the embarrassing trip to the loo with bog roll in hand, before returning it after they have done their business.
Referring to Mr Johnson's article, Labour MP David Lammy tweeted: "Just when I had run out of bog roll."
The man who said British people "don't want some bog roll Brexit," has made a career by talking out of the place only Andrex can reach.
Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson said people would not tolerate a "bog roll Brexit" that was "soft, yielding and seemingly infinitely long".
And when Charlie goes to visit friends he takes his own loo seat, Kleenex Velvet bog roll and two landscapes of the Scottish Highlands.
It's safer to stick to the Nietzsche quote-of-the-day bog roll in the en suite at Gannon Towers as it means every skip to the loo is an education as well as a defecation.
They blasted the man, who had an African surname, for accepting the store's free car check and said he was "the sort of person who would drive to Aldi for a f***ing bog roll".
The Landeskriminalamt installed a secret camera in the stairwell of House 5 in Waltersleben, Thuringian and a surveillance officer, who used to listen to covert telephone recordings of criminals, was assigned to overall command of "Operation Bog Roll," as it has been named, the Daily Mail reported.
And if it keeps growing then perhaps Hughes could even rival the success of Alan Murphy, Merseyside's first "bog roll king" who made a fortune from his AM Paper business.