English version

toilet paper

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoilet paperˈtoilet ˌpaper ●●○ noun [uncountable]  toilet_roll.jpg DHCsoft thin paper used for cleaning yourself after you have used the toilet
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toilet paperSecond example: Several years ago Johnny Carson jokingly predicted a toilet paper shortage.After cleaning, the area should be dried most carefully with absorbent toilet paper or tissues.Books had long since been recycled into toilet paper and what have you.She uses rags instead of toilet paper, which drives my father nuts.Will they get recycled toilet paper?Showers spray everywhere, creating soggy toilet paper and slippery floors.I stuffed toilet paper in my ears and kept my mouth open.
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