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1(place, fixture)urinario masculine
- The areas here lack motorable roads, decent footpaths, public urinals and toilets.
- He noted the example of men using urinals in public restrooms: for a period of time they are in close proximity and must expose themselves.
- The first thing customers see is a huge lavatory bowl flanked by two urinals.
- We have males that use public streets as urinals.
- They never use the urinals in men's toilets - only the cubicles.
- He ventured to ask the aid of the press to call the attention of the local authorities to the urgent need of providing public urinals in this immediate neighbourhood.
- This would mean that individual sinks, urinals, and toilets would go out of order on a regular basis.
- The toilets were shut for refurbishment and reopened with steel urinals and toilet seats.
- The Men's Toilets is a small room, enough for three cubicles alongside one wall, and a row of urinals against the opposite wall.
- From low-flow toilets to waterless urinals, technology is changing and improving water efficiency.
- In a darkened space, seven urinals lined one wall, each lit by a focused spotlight.
- As far as Tom could tell, there was a urinal, a toilet, and a sink counter.
- On the wall high above us are a pair of mounted metal urinals, along with a collection of old sewing machines and TV sets.
- Even the actual toilet cubicles featured mirroring, and the urinal was simply a spectacle to behold.
- Many toilets now place reading matter above the urinal so that you don't even have to think about either eye contact or talking.
- This bathroom had several urinals and a row of bathroom stalls.
- The urinals in the restrooms have been the only peaceful places at this airport.
- He stood at one of the two urinals in the lavatories, the one nearest the stairs.
- Nothing contributes more to perception of unclean restrooms than an unflushed urinal.
- I particularly remember the enormous urinal in the only restroom there at the back of the place.