pass water

pass water
eliminate urine (Freq. 1)

Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug

Derivationally related forms:
pee (for: ↑pee), ↑peeing (for: ↑pee), ↑piss (for: ↑piss), ↑pisser (for: ↑piss), ↑pissing (for: ↑piss), ↑micturition (for: ↑micturate), ↑piddle (for: ↑piddle), ↑urination (for: ↑urinate), ↑urine (for: ↑urinate), ↑urinator (for: ↑urinate)
Hypernyms: ↑excrete, ↑egest, ↑eliminate, ↑pass
Hyponyms: ↑wet, ↑stale
Verb Group:
stool, ↑defecate, ↑shit, ↑take a shit, ↑take a crap, ↑ca-ca, ↑crap, ↑make, ↑urinate
Verb Frames:

Something ——s


Somebody ——s

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pass water
To urinate

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pass water formal phrase
to make liquid waste leave your bladder
Thesaurus: going to the toilethyponym
Main entry: pass

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pass water
medical : to send urine out of the body :urinate

a patient who is finding it difficult to pass water

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Main Entry:water

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pass ˈwater idiom
(formal) to ↑urinate
Main entry:passidiom

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  • water — wa|ter1 W1S3 [ˈwo:tə US ˈwo:tər, ˈwa: ] n [U] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(liquid)¦ 2¦(area of water)¦ 3 waters 4 high/low water 5 uncharted/troubled/murky waters 6 be (all) water under the bridge 7 like water 8 like water off a duck s back 9 somebody s waters b …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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