Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 months ago

The bog is synonymous with the word, "toilet" or "lavatory" in the English language. True or false?

The bog is synonymous with HUMAN FAECES.

True or false?

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  • 8 months ago

    Not in American English.

    • 8 months agoReport

      What do you know about American English.

      Since you are British.

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  • humpty
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    8 months ago

    True, in the sense that "net" and "let" have many meanings. "Bog" does not precisely mean faeces, but can be a place where they are left.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    False...................

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Not in American English. Maybe the Brits use that term.

    Also toilet and feces are not synonymous. So which is it?

    toilet=/=feces. So Bog cannot = toilet and feces.

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    • 8 months agoReport

      One word implying the use of another means that those words are tantamount.

      Although, they are not synonymous, one implies the other, vice versa.

      Words being tantamount to each other are not the same as words which are synonymous.

      Such precision is not a requirement to convey the underlying point

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  • 8 months ago

    I thought it was synonymous with "toilet", not "feces".

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    • 8 months agoReport

      <Sometimes you go to just pee.>

      But the other association is still real.

      In the minds of most people it is still real.

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