English version

bedpan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hospital
bedpanbed‧pan /ˈbedpæn/ noun [countable]  MHa low wide container used as a toilet by someone who is too ill to get out of bed
Examples from the Corpus
bedpanJuliet smiled at Gaynor and went to fetch her a bedpan.A patient unable to move by himself was left on a bedpan for two and a half hours.A nurse scurried past with a covered bedpan.An orthopedic surgeon who asked not to be identified said he also hears increased patient complaints about waiting for bedpans or medications.She suffered meekly the humiliations of the bedpan.Make sure the bedpan or urinal is clean and warmed slightly.
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