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|Crossword Clue||British bathroom|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||The term “loo” is a British slang term for a bathroom or toilet. It is believed to have originated from the French phrase “gardez l’eau” which means “watch out for the water” and was commonly shouted before chamber pots were emptied out of windows. The term has since evolved to refer to the bathroom itself.|
|Clue Category||Language and Wordplay|
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