n. the ability to exercise voluntary control over the bladder and maintain proper urinary function. Otherwise, urination become involuntary and there is leakage of urine. See toilet training. Compare enuresis- also urinary incontinence.

BLADDER CONTROL: "Although bladder control is basically an instinct, it can be acquired and learned more or less by the age of 3."
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