to pass or discharge urine.
- u·ri·na·tion, noun
- u·ri·na·tive, adjective
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How to use urinate in a sentence
People who consume high-sodium diets usually urinate more because of all the excess water.
There are countless trucks rolling coal with those “Calvin urinating on Osama bin Laden” bumper stickers on the back window.
One woman, afraid to take a bathroom break, kept a jar under her desk in case she needed to urinate.“We’re Not Allowed to Hang Up”: The Harsh Reality of Working in Customer Service | by Ariana Tobin, Ken Armstrong and Justin Elliott, illustrations by Laila Milevski | July 21, 2021 | ProPublica
There were several people who suffered from fainting spells from that date, while others vomited and others urinated blood.
Demands are so high that there have been reports of people urinating in bottles to avoid taking a break.Robots were supposed to take our jobs. Instead, they’re making them worse. | Emily Stewart | July 2, 2021 | Vox
British Dictionary definitions for urinate
(intr) to excrete or void urine; micturate
- urination, noun
- urinative, adjective
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