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gents

(dʒɛnts)
n
(Building) (functioning as singular) informal Brit a men's public lavatory

gents

(toilet) men’s room
Translations
pánská toaletapánské záchody
herretoilet
miesten wc
muški toalet
férfi WC
karlaklósett
男性用トイレ
남자 화장실
pánska toaleta
moško stranišče
herrtoaletten
ห้องน้ำชาย
nhà vệ sinh nam

gents

[ˈdʒɛnts] nW.-C. mpl (pour hommes), toilettes fpl (pour hommes)
Can you tell me where the gents is, please? → Pouvez-vous me dire où se trouvent les toilettes, s'il vous plaît?
"gents" → "messieurs"

gents

[dʒɛnts] n (fam) (public toilet) → toilette f inv or bagno degli uomini

gentleman

(ˈdʒentlmən) plural ˈgentlemen noun
(abbreviation gent).
1. a polite word for a man. Two gentlemen arrived this morning.
2. a polite, well-mannered man. He's a real gentleman.
ˈgentlemanly adjective
(of men) polite; well-mannered. gentlemanly behaviour.
gents noun
(usually with the) a public toilet for men. Where's the nearest gents?

gents

دَوْرِةُ الـمِيَاه للرِّجَال pánské záchody herretoilet Herrentoilette τουαλέτα ανδρών aseo de caballeros, baño de hombres miesten wc toilettes pour hommes muški toalet bagno degli uomini 男性用トイレ 남자 화장실 herentoilet herretoalett mężczyźni banheiro masculino, casa de banho dos homens мужской туалет herrtoaletten ห้องน้ำชาย erkekler tuvaleti nhà vệ sinh nam 男厕所
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Them Irishers last summer had all got stones ready for us, and was all but letting drive, and we'd got two reverend gents aboard too.
At first the young gents was werry lively on him; but afore we got in, seeing how steady the old chap come on, they was quite quiet, and laid their heads together what they should do.
He did not see the sneer of contempt which passed all round the room, from the first clerk to the articled gents, from the articled gents to the ragged writers and white-faced runners, in clothes too tight for them, as he sate there tapping his boot with his cane, and thinking what a parcel of miserable poor devils these were.
An' the old gent up at the Hotel de Bronx is goin' to move into an outside room.
"Lady," he said, "dat gent on de oder bench sent yer a song and dance by me.
gent.'s false and scurrilous accusation, with profound contempt.
"Didn't know how much longer I might have to play the gent," he explained; "didn't know who you'd bring in."
You'll have plenty of time to find out all about the old gent," he added with a thick laugh.
He walked from Westminster to his apartments near Re- gent's Park, about two.
1st Gent. Our deeds are fetters that we forge ourselves.
"Carn't yer see you've bloomin' well rubbed all the gent's skin orf?"
I can't give the old gent's words, nor I can't imitate him; but he turned around to the crowd, and says, about like this: