restroom

Restroom vs Ablution - What's the difference?

restroom | ablution |


As nouns the difference between restroom and ablution

is that restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet while ablution is the act of washing something.

Latrine vs Restroom - What's the difference?

latrine | restroom |


As nouns the difference between latrine and restroom

is that latrine is latrine (very simple toilet facility) while restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet.

Loo vs Restroom - What's the difference?

loo | restroom |


As a verb loo

is .

As a noun restroom is

(us) a public room containing a toilet.

Restroom vs John - What's the difference?

restroom | john |


As a noun restroom

is (us) a public room containing a toilet.

As a proper noun john is

very popular since the middle ages.

Restaurant vs Restroom - What's the difference?

restaurant | restroom |


As nouns the difference between restaurant and restroom

is that restaurant is while restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet.

Breakroom vs Restroom - What's the difference?

breakroom | restroom |


As nouns the difference between breakroom and restroom

is that breakroom is while restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet.

Anteroom vs Restroom - What's the difference?

anteroom | restroom |


As nouns the difference between anteroom and restroom

is that anteroom is a room before, or forming an entrance to, another; a waiting room while restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet.

Restroom - What does it mean?

restroom | |

Restroom vs Bathrooms - What's the difference?

restroom | bathrooms |


As nouns the difference between restroom and bathrooms

is that restroom is (us) a public room containing a toilet while bathrooms is .

Restroom vs Toillet - What's the difference?

restroom | toillet |

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