What do you call the way water leaves a toilet bowl when it's flushed? Answered
OK, it's a weird question, but I'm getting nowhere with google. The Ibles community is big enough that someone here must know. And why do I care? I'm going to be buying a bunch (flock? herd? stand?) of toilets, and I want to know the term for the way water goes down the drain so I can communicate with salespeople.
We all have experience with multiple styles. Some swirl the water around making a bigger and bigger whirlpool that then then empties the bowl. Some send a big jet of water from the front that blasts directly down the drain. Some just fill up and then calmly empty the bowl. Somebody designs toilets to direct the water one way or another. There must be words to talk about this stuff. Anybody know?