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bi·det

(bē-dā'),
A tub for a sitz bath, having also an attachment for giving vaginal or rectal infusions.
[Fr. a small horse]

bidet

[bidā′]
Etymology: Fr, pony
a fixture resembling a toilet bowl, with a rim to sit on and usually equipped with plumbing implements for cleaning the genital and rectal areas.

bi·det

(bē-dā')
Bathroom fixture similar to a toilet used for washing the perineal and perianal regions.
[Fr. a small horse]

bidet

(bē-dā′) [Fr., a small horse]
A basin used for cleaning the perineum.
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It's self-flushing and self-cleaning, includes a bidet and has a heated seat with an automatic lid that lifts and lowers itself.
To test the overflow for correct functioning, the bidet is filled with water for 2 minutes with the valve closed (0.
The product features a state-of-the-art embedded bidet water reservoir lid with an odor filter for clean air and scented smell.
The family bathroom features a panelled bath, vanity wash basin, low level WC and bidet.
The museum has an extensive display of chamber pots, toilet furniture, bidets and water closets in use from 1145 AD onwards.
EL BIDET (1) TIENE LA APARIENCIA ESTRUCTURAL DE UN ESCUSADO, PERO SU TECNOLOGIA INCLUYE UNAS LLAVES DE AGUA QUE REGULAN LA TEMPERATURA Y UNA LLUVIA PUNTUAL ASCENDENTE QUE SURGE DESDE EL FONDO DEL ARTEFACTO .
Biolife Technologies, manufacturer of the high-end line of Coco bidets, says the amount of water used by a typical bidet is about 1/8th of a gallon, with the average toilet using about four gallons per flush.
Paperless toilets are a combination of bidet and toilet, and mostA fit onto existing toilets.
QI'M a carer and have seen an electric bidet that might be suitable for some of my client's needs, but it cost more than pounds 2500.
So I ended up sort of hovering, shaking hands with Neil Diamond, me crouched over like I was on an invisible bidet.
The line is rounded off by a wall-mounted WC and bidet.