From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbathroombath‧room /ˈbɑːθrʊm, -ruːm $ ˈbæθ-/ ●●● S2 W3 noun [countable] 1 DHHa room where there is a bath or shower, a basin, and sometimes a toilet2 American EnglishDHH a room where there is a toilet Where’s the bathroom? I really need to go to the bathroom (=use a toilet).
Examples from the Corpusbathroom• The door facing the entrance turned out to be a bathroom.• The trailers do not have sewer connections and residents are supposed to use resort or park bathrooms.• Cyril emerged from the bathroom, holding out a pack of Kools.• And I can take it into the bathroom to read.• If I suddenly swanned out of the bathroom in satin, Nick would have a fit.• Excuse me, where's the bathroom?• The bathroom is next to Jack's room.• He found the first corroboration of his suspicions in the small white-tiled bathroom beyond the bedroom.• During the night I wake to dash the two yards from bunk to bathroom.• "Can I use your bathroom?" "Sure, go ahead."go to the bathroom• He got up and went to the bathroom, took a shower.• Conchis went to the bathroom and back to his room.• Mommy, Mommy, I gotta go to the bathroom.• He went to the bathroom, hung his head over the toilet bowl.• When it seemed to be over, I went to the bathroom and was explosively sick.• I go to the bathroom and brush my teeth.• He realised suddenly that he had to go to the bathroom.• All my life I had to go to the bathroom too much.• Eventually, George has to leave to go to the bathroom, and all the other kids pile into the house.