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W.C.

1.
water closet.
2.
West Central (postal district in London, England).

w.c.

1.
water closet.
2.
without charge.

water closet

noun
1.
an enclosed room or compartment containing a toilet bowl fitted with a mechanism for flushing.
2.
Older Use. a privy or bathroom.
Abbreviation: WC, w.c.
Origin
1745-1755
1745-55
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British Dictionary definitions for w.c

water closet

noun
1.
a lavatory flushed by water
2.
a small room that has a lavatory
Usually abbreviated to WC
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Word Origin and History for w.c

W.C.

n.

"lavatory," 1954, abbreviation of water closet.

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