Deutsch: Badezimmer / Español: Cuarto de baño / Português: Instalações sanitárias / Français: Salle de bains / Italiano: Stanza da bagno
A bathroom is a room for personal hygiene, generally containing a bathtub or a shower, and possibly also a bidet. In North America and some other regions, it characteristically contains a toilet and a sink; hence in North American English the word "bathroom" is commonly used to mean any room containing a toilet, even a public toilet (although in the United States this is more commonly called a restroom).

In the industrial context, a bathroom typically refers to a commercial or public restroom facility. Here are some examples of industries and settings where bathrooms are commonly found:

  1. Hospitality industry: Bathrooms are a common feature in hotels, motels, and other lodging establishments.

  2. Healthcare industry: Bathrooms are a critical component of healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes.

  3. Educational institutions: Bathrooms are a necessity in schools, colleges, and universities, and are often required by law to meet certain accessibility and safety standards.

  4. Retail and commercial spaces: Many retail stores, restaurants, and other commercial spaces provide bathroom facilities for customers and employees.

Similar concepts in the industrial context include:

  1. Restrooms: Restrooms are facilities that provide toilets, sinks, and other amenities for personal hygiene and sanitation.

  2. Washrooms: Washrooms are similar to restrooms, but may also include showers or other bathing facilities.

  3. Sanitary facilities: Sanitary facilities include restrooms, washrooms, and other facilities that are designed for personal hygiene and sanitation.

  4. Lavatories: Lavatories are another term for a restroom or washroom, typically used in formal or upscale settings.

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