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informal solid waste from the body. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children.
the faeces (=solid waste) of animals or birds
an old word meaning ‘a pile of rubbish’ or ‘a pile of animal faeces’
solid waste from the bowels. This word is used by children and when talking to children.
informal the liquid waste that you pass from your body. A more formal word for this is urine.
impolite the waste liquid that your body gets rid of. A more polite word is pee or wee. The formal word is urine.
Britishinformal solid waste from the body. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children.
a substance found in urine (=liquid waste from your body)
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