accommodate yourself

accommodate yourself
   to urinate
   At some distance from the Latin meaning, to make fit:
    ... our guide stopped on the path and accommodated himself in a way that made me think his reverence for the [holy] spot was far from fanatical. (E. Waugh, 1932)

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