A communal toilet of a type often used in a camp or barracks.(noun)
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Use "latrine" in a sentence
"The latrine is within the barbed wire at a little distance from the quarters with two seats and a urinal (Pit-type)."
"This drawing of a latrine is painted on a wall next to the main square in San Martin Tilcajete, Oaxaca."
""We need a reliable supply of drinking water, mattresses and bedding, as well as kitchen utensils," says Zeenat, adding that "a latrine is a priority.""