piddle - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "piddle" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

piddle / баловаться, заниматься пустяками, мочиться
[ˈpɪd.l̩]
[ˈpɪd.l̩]
Перевод
глагол
баловаться
fool, piddle, experiment, toy
заниматься пустяками
piddle, dally, niggle, chronicle small beer, trifle, palter
мочиться
urinate, pee, piss, wee, stale, piddle
Определения
глагол
urinate.
Finally, Mattie was amazed when a German Shepherd jumped across his fence and piddled in his front garden. Two minutes later his dog did the same thing.
имя существительное
an act of urinating.
Since I was awake at that hour, I decided to take advantage of that and do a nighttime piddle , and she tried to ensure that I didn't forget she was around by staying fairly glued to my feet.
Примеры
It may be nasty, but when else will we ever get to see a man eat a snow cone soaked in his own piddle ?
Since I was awake at that hour, I decided to take advantage of that and do a nighttime piddle , and she tried to ensure that I didn't forget she was around by staying fairly glued to my feet.
The last time I went in there, Friday, there was a girl squatting/sitting on a urinal/trough thing to piddle .
Simultaneously, I tried to dig out my PCL from where it was buried in my helmet bag with CamelBaks, crackers, piddle packs, evasion charts, and NVG cases.
At noontime I let Gus out for a piddle , without attending on him, much less leashing him.
As I prepared for a piddle in the gloom, a voice from within an open cubicle warned: ‘It's flooded, mate.’
I expected they would just like to piddle in the dirt but it wasn't like that at all.
No way could I piddle in the young ladies garden in broad daylight, and I certainly didn't know her well enough to ask to use her toilet - I think she was suspicious enough of my motives anyway - I'm sure she thought I fancied her.
I have finally picked myself up off the floor, wiped the tears from my eyes, cleaned up the puddle of piddle , iced the bruised knees, stitched my side…
Since when do we need ‘his’ and ‘hers’ appliances to piddle ?