I want to go to the toilet

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I want to go to the toilet

  1. Indicates that the speaker feels the urge to go the toilet.

Usage notes[edit]

  • Although it may imply the question "Where might I find the toilet?" it is more polite to ask the question than (in most adult social settings) to bluntly say you need to go, and there are more polite ways of phrasing that need, with variations depending on the situation (e.g. in a moving car, "I'd like to take a toilet-stop, if that is convenient").