wheelie bin

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wheelie bin




wheely bin

(Furniture) a large container for rubbish, esp one used by a household, mounted on wheels so that it can be moved more easily

wheelie bin

n (Brit inf) → Mülltonne fauf Rollen
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EXTRA patrols have been sent to Pallister Park in a bid to stamp out wheelie bin blazes.
A THIEF who twice loaded a wheelie bin full of rugs and walked out of a store without paying has been jailed for six months.
POLICE are reminding residents across Sunderland and South Tyneside to keep their wheelie bin safe from vandals in the run-up to bonfire night.
Between June 1 and June 14, there were 71 fires involving rubbish and 23 wheelie bin fires attended by fire crews.
You amaze me how you say you will carry your household waste all the way to Tyseley, but you would find it difficult to push a wheelie bin to the roadside for collection.
DEAR Editor, I paid in good faith PS35 for a wheelie bin on the first day you were able to pay.
Our Wheelie Bin What is our wheelie bin thinking As it stands outside our house As still as the stillest statue As quiet as the quietest mouse?
A LIFEBOAT crew rescued an 81-year-old man in a dinghy with a WHEELIE BIN.
AN 81-YEAR-OLD man had to be rescued by lifeboat after he went out to sea on a dinghy to recover a wheelie bin.
If a wheelie bin is full and it is illegal to have the lid open, the only solution is to place the surplus in a black bag.
Well this wasn't strictly true, as they had left one black bag out of two in the said wheelie bin, In my innocence I rang the council expecting an apology and maybe for them to send the van back to complete the job.
The wheelie bin scheme will be phased and rolled out across the whole of the borough over a number of months starting in north Sefton.