wáter


wáter
m.
water closet, toilet room.
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wáter
nombre masculino (pl wáteres)
1 familiar toilet
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['bater]
SM toilet, lavatory
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['(g)water] or (Esp) ['bater]
masculino (inodoro) toilet; (cuarto) (Esp) toilet, bathroom (esp AmE)
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['(g)water] or (Esp) ['bater]
masculino (inodoro) toilet; (cuarto) (Esp) toilet, bathroom (esp AmE)
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wáter
/ˈ(g)water or (Esp) /ˈbater/
masculine
1 (fam) (inodoro) lavatory, toilet
2 (esp AmL fam) baño (cuarto) bathroom (esp AmE), lavatory (BrE), toilet (BrE)
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wáter /'(g)water/ or (Esp) /'bater/ sustantivo masculino
a) (inodoro) toilet

b) (cuarto) bathroom (esp AmE), toilet (BrE)

wáter m fam toilet
'wáter' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
abastecimiento
- acrecentar
- actuar
- acuática
- acuático
- agua
- aguar
- aguatera
- aguatero
- amarar
- amaraje
- apercibirse
- bautizar
- bomba
- bucear
- buscar
- calar
- caliza
- calizo
- cantimplora
- chorro
- concienciar
- conducción
- consistente
- corte
- descenso
- dimanar
- dulce
- echar
- esquí
- estancarse
- flotación
- ir
- gallina
- gorgotear
- gorgoteo
- gotera
- granulada
- granulado
- hidroeléctrica
- hidroeléctrico
- hidrosoluble
- irrigar
- jarro
- juntura
- llave
- llover
- manar
- masa
- método
English:
board
- bring
- coastguard
- conserve
- contaminate
- cress
- dilute
- distil
- distill
- drinking
- expanse
- fish
- flounder
- forced
- garden
- gush
- head
- hot
- hot water
- hot-water bottle
- little
- lukewarm
- meter
- mineral water
- mist
- mixture
- mouth
- murky
- nightstand
- none
- of
- outflow
- plant
- prefer
- proof
- quench
- quinine water
- repellent
- revive
- rose water
- run
- running
- rupture
- sea-water
- shortage
- splash about
- spout
- temperature
- toilet-water
- tread
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wáter [Esp 'bater, Am 'water] nm
toilet
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wáter
m bathroom, toilet
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wáter n toilet

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
, , , / (for drink), , , , / (as cloth, to give it an undulating or wavy appearance)


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