Translation of toilet-train in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈtɔɪlɪt ˌtreɪn///

transitive verb

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    (child) enseñar a pedir para ir al baño
    (child) enseñar a pedir para ir al váter Spain informal
    he's been toilet-trained ya no usa pañales
    • Here's Ellison's account of the most daunting challenge parents of two-year-olds face - toilet-training them before they start pre-school.
    • Consider using diapers or pull-ups for young children even if they are toilet-trained.
    • Most children are toilet-trained for daytime between the ages of 2 1/2 to 5 years old.
    • A home programme is drawn up for the parents of the child regarding feeding, toilet-training and correct handling, after counselling at the centre.
    • When he first went to school at five, he could hardly speak and was barely toilet-trained.
    • Essentially, when you're accused of being a micromanager, what someone is really saying is that your mother didn't trust you to cross the street by yourself, or you were toilet-trained too early.
    • By the time he was three, he still had not been toilet-trained, although Hope had tried, many times.
    • I think the best toilet-training advice came from the group's leader, who advised waiting until summer - fewer clothes to worry about then.
    • Why didn't we toilet-train him sooner - or later?
    • I am currently in the process of toilet-training a three-year-old boy who has yet to be persuaded of the merits of abandoning his perfectly comfortable nappies in favour of a cold and draughty potty on the lawn.
    • He now has the mental capacity of an 18 month old and is nonverbal and not toilet-trained.
    • Aidan cannot feed himself and he is not toilet-trained.
    • Some have not been properly toilet-trained, he says, while others have poor speaking and listening skills.
    • How does such an institution deal with a child that at the time of the hearing could not feed itself and still was not fully toilet-trained.
    • The children were toilet-trained in one home and wore diapers in another.
    • Parents should not punish accidents or behaviors that are part of normal development (such as thumb-sucking or toilet-training accidents in toddlers), and they should avoid teasing, shaming, or nagging.
    • If she is four and a half years old and has not been fully toilet-trained then that is cause for concern.
    • Children with VUR who are toilet-trained should be evaluated for voiding dysfunction.
    • I have dreamed about toilet-training him, but it's even more unlikely here than it usually is - the lid's kept closed, or a big old German shepherd drinks out of the toilet.
    • Many clever devices are available to help anxious mothers and encourage the babies, including a musical potty, marketed with the slogan ‘Make toilet-training fast, easy, and fun!’.