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What does toiletries mean? Is this stuff we use in our bathroom e.g. toothbrush, comb etc. or is this a perfume but with higher percentage of water?

  • English - Native speakers -

    Your toiletries are the things that you use relating to your personal hygiene and grooming.

    Eau de toilette is the 'perfume' with a higher percentage of water.

    I get where the confusion came from :)

    Anyway, hope this helps

  • English - Native speakers -

    Hannah is correct. Good explanation!

  • English - Native speakers -

    Yes thank you and is there a singular a toiletry or just plural toiletries?

  • English - Native speakers -

    Only plural.

  • English - Native speakers -

    Ok thank you both :) One more question. Is might the past form of may?

  • English - Native speakers -

    As a verb, yes: http://www.answers.com/topic/might

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