Spanish Word for toilets  

English Word: toilets

Spanish Word: servicios, aseos
The Spanish Word for toilets
Now you know how to say toilets in Spanish. :-)
Lookup Another Word?
Translation type:

Word to be translated:

Translated sentences containing 'toilets'
It is forbidden to use the train toilets while stopped
Está prohibido utilizar los baños del tren durante las paradas

Second example: everyone has the right to accommodation, water and toilets here in Parliament.
Segundo ejemplo: todo el mundo tiene derecho a un alojamiento, agua y aseos, aquí en el Parlamento.
Well, we, the non-attached Members, have offices without toilets and without water.
Pues bien, nosotros, los no inscritos, tenemos despachos sin aseos ni agua.
Alas, I must tell you that I have no ticket for the toilets, where I also went quickly in between.
Por desgracia debo decirle que no tengo recibo de los servicios, por donde también me pasé rápidamente entre medias.
Mr President, MEPs are at present in danger of being scalded since, in the last half hour, there has only been hot water in the showers and toilets.
Señor Presidente, los parlamentarios corren ahora mismo el riesgo de escaldarse, puesto que durante la última media hora en las duchas y lavabos sólo sale agua caliente.
Even in the Emperor Vespasian' s time, when he introduced tax on toilets, it was said that money had no smell.
Ya en la época del emperador Vespasiano, cuando éste gravó con impuestos a los retretes, se decía que el dinero no huele.
Secondly, in the ladies toilets we are faced with constant flooding, and it is particularly unfair on the cleaners who have to constantly go round mopping up.
En segundo lugar, en los servicios de las mujeres se producen fugas constantes de agua, lo que resulta especialmente injusto para los trabajadores de la limpieza que tienen que estar recogiéndola constantemente.
[ view all sentence pairs ]

More Spanish - English Translations

Interested in travelling to a Spanish-speaking country? Read the travel blog below:

The Nightlife of Buenos Aires   (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

I´ve spent in Buenos Aires 3 weeks, not because you really need so much time to see all the main attractions the city has to offer, but just because I had such a great time there and wanted to learn more Spanish. In the middle I'd left for Iguazu, only to return a few days later, because I've felt I hadn't exhausted Buenos yet, but Iguazu is a totally different story. Actually Buenos Aires...
[ view entire travel blog ]

Popular Phrase: uso de signos de | Telling Time in Spanish | Conjugated Verb: subarrendar - to sublease [ click for full conjugation ]