restroomlavatory means bathroom or toilet
a toilet seat
A lavatory is a room with a toilet and a wash basin which may or may not contain a bathtub or shower.
The minimum distance required is 15" either side/ that is minimum.
Toilet, lavatory, latrines.
There are many names for a toilet: loo, lavatory, latrine, are just some examples.
Washbowl, washroom, lavatory, toilet, or washstand.
Either is correct. And in the US, bathroom means the same thing, though I don't know why. Where I live, we have a lavatory, which is also called a toilet, or even a powder room, and a bathroom which is where we shower or wash.
21" minimum clearance in front of toilets, urinals, lavs and bidets.
They're the same thing!
A flush toilet, loo, lavatory, WC, etc.
The boy's lavatory had three urinals and two toilet stalls.The girl's lavatory had five toilet stalls, but girls do not use urinals.A pipe burst, flooding the lavatory floor with hot water.
Depends on how much my husband has been drinking
a tiolet needs a minimum of 15 inches from center to either side
Powder room, rest room, toilet, washroom, lavatory, bath...
トイレ、トイレット、便所 toire, toiretto, benjo means toilet, restroom, lavatory
It's an old fashioned obsolete name for a toilet or lavatory.
criminal urinal, obscene latrine, nugatory lavatory, dead head
There are many nicknames for such a room: john, bog, lavatory, little room, etc. But, in Britain is is usually toilet.
5 3/4 inches