toilet

Toilet vs Lamp - What's the difference?

toilet | lamp |


As a noun toilet

is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As a verb toilet

is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

As an acronym lamp is

(internet) linux, apache, (mysql), and php — a popular combination of open source software for use as a web server.

Toilet vs Gents - What's the difference?

toilet | gents |


As nouns the difference between toilet and gents

is that toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc while gents is (colloquial) toilets intended for use by men or gents can be .

As a verb toilet

is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

Toilet vs Washrag - What's the difference?

toilet | washrag |


As nouns the difference between toilet and washrag

is that toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc while washrag is a square piece of cloth for washing the face and body.

As a verb toilet

is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

Toilet vs Train - What's the difference?

toilet | train |


As nouns the difference between toilet and train

is that toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc while train is elongated portion or train can be (obsolete) treachery; deceit.

As verbs the difference between toilet and train

is that toilet is (label) to dress and groom oneself while train is to practice an ability.

Sack vs Toilet - What's the difference?

sack | toilet |


As nouns the difference between sack and toilet

is that sack is sack; a bag while toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As a verb toilet is

(label) to dress and groom oneself.

Toilet vs Grass - What's the difference?

toilet | grass |


As a noun toilet

is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As a verb toilet

is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

As a proper noun grass is

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Chicken vs Toilet - What's the difference?

chicken | toilet |


As a proper noun chicken

is a cdp in alaska.

As a noun toilet is

(label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As a verb toilet is

(label) to dress and groom oneself.

Poo vs Toilet - What's the difference?

poo | toilet |


As nouns the difference between poo and toilet

is that poo is (countable|colloquial|often|childish) excrement; faecal matter while toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As verbs the difference between poo and toilet

is that poo is (colloquial|often|childish) to defecate while toilet is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

As an interjection poo

is (colloquial|euphemistic) expression of displeasure or failure; shit!.

Toilet vs Urinals - What's the difference?

toilet | urinals |


As nouns the difference between toilet and urinals

is that toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc while urinals is .

As a verb toilet

is (label) to dress and groom oneself.

Airplane vs Toilet - What's the difference?

airplane | toilet |


As nouns the difference between airplane and toilet

is that airplane is (us) a powered heavier-than-air aircraft with fixed wings while toilet is (label) personal grooming; washing, dressing etc.

As a verb toilet is

(label) to dress and groom oneself.

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