toilet bag

`toilet ,bag noun count
a small bag used for carrying things such as soap, TOOTHPASTE, etc. when you are traveling

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • toilet bag — toilet bags N COUNT A toilet bag is a small bag in which you keep things such as soap, a flannel, and a toothbrush when you are travelling. Syn: sponge bag …   English dictionary

  • toilet bag — n a bag in which you keep things such as soap, ↑toothpaste etc when travelling British Equivalent: sponge bag …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • toilet bag — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a waterproof bag for holding toothpaste, soap, etc. when travelling …   English terms dictionary

  • toilet bag — noun a waterproof bag for holding bathrooms items (soap and toothpaste etc.) when you are travelling • Syn: ↑sponge bag • Regions: ↑United Kingdom, ↑UK, ↑U.K., ↑Britain, ↑United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • toilet bag — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms toilet bag : singular toilet bag plural toilet bags a small bag used for carrying things such as soap, toothpaste etc when you are travelling …   English dictionary

  • Toilet bag — A toilet bag is a handbag with hygiene equipment. A toilet bag is a British term for a case or bag used to hold your toiletries, e.g. when you travel. Also known as a washbag …   Wikipedia

  • toilet bag — noun (C) a bag in which you keep things such as soap, toothpaste etc when travelling; sponge bag BrE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • toilet bag — /ˈtɔɪlət bæg/ (say toyluht bag) noun → toiletry bag …   Australian English dictionary

  • toilet bag — noun Brit. a waterproof bag for holding toothpaste, soap, etc. when travelling …   English new terms dictionary

  • toilet — (n.) 1530s, cover or bag for clothes, from M.Fr. toilette a cloth, bag for clothes, dim. of toile cloth, net (see TOIL (Cf. toil) (n.2)). Sense evolution is to act or process of dressing (1680s); then a dressing room (1819), especially one with a …   Etymology dictionary

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