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bin

 (bĭn)
n.
A container or enclosed space for storage.
tr.v. binned, bin·ning, bins
To place or store in a bin.

[Middle English binne, from Old English, from a West Germanic word meaning "wicker basket," from Gaulish benna, two-wheeled wagon with a woven basket; akin to Welsh ben, cart; see bhendh- in Indo-European roots.]

bin

(bɪn)
n
1. a large container or enclosed space for storing something in bulk, such as coal, grain, or wool
2. Also called: bread bin a small container for bread
3. Also called: dustbin or rubbish bin a container for litter, rubbish, etc
4. (Brewing)
a. a storage place for bottled wine
b. one particular bottling of wine
vb, bins, binning or binned
5. (tr) to store in a bin
6. (tr) to put in a wastepaper bin
[Old English binne basket, probably of Celtic origin; related to bindan to bind]

bin

(bɪn)

n., v. binned, bin•ning. n.
1. a box or enclosed place for storing grain, coal, or the like.
v.t.
2. to store in a bin.
[before 950; Middle English binne, Old English binn(e) crib, perhaps < Celtic; compare Welsh benn cart]

bin-

a combining form meaning “two,” “two at a time”: binocular. Compare bi- 1.
[comb. form of Latin bīnī two each, by twos]

bin


Past participle: binned
Gerund: binning

Imperative
bin
bin
Present
I bin
you bin
he/she/it bins
we bin
you bin
they bin
Preterite
I binned
you binned
he/she/it binned
we binned
you binned
they binned
Present Continuous
I am binning
you are binning
he/she/it is binning
we are binning
you are binning
they are binning
Present Perfect
I have binned
you have binned
he/she/it has binned
we have binned
you have binned
they have binned
Past Continuous
I was binning
you were binning
he/she/it was binning
we were binning
you were binning
they were binning
Past Perfect
I had binned
you had binned
he/she/it had binned
we had binned
you had binned
they had binned
Future
I will bin
you will bin
he/she/it will bin
we will bin
you will bin
they will bin
Future Perfect
I will have binned
you will have binned
he/she/it will have binned
we will have binned
you will have binned
they will have binned
Future Continuous
I will be binning
you will be binning
he/she/it will be binning
we will be binning
you will be binning
they will be binning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been binning
you have been binning
he/she/it has been binning
we have been binning
you have been binning
they have been binning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been binning
you will have been binning
he/she/it will have been binning
we will have been binning
you will have been binning
they will have been binning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been binning
you had been binning
he/she/it had been binning
we had been binning
you had been binning
they had been binning
Conditional
I would bin
you would bin
he/she/it would bin
we would bin
you would bin
they would bin
Past Conditional
I would have binned
you would have binned
he/she/it would have binned
we would have binned
you would have binned
they would have binned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bin - a containerbin - a container; usually has a lid  
ash bin, ashbin, ash-bin, ashcan, dustbin, garbage can, trash barrel, trash bin, trash can, wastebin - a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
coalbin, coalhole - a bin for holding coal
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
crib - a bin or granary for storing grains
flour bin - a bin for holding flour
litter basket, litter-basket, litterbin - bin (usually in or outside a public building) into which the public can put rubbish
parts bin - a bin for holding spare parts
recycling bin - a bin for depositing things to be recycled
2.bin - the quantity contained in a binbin - the quantity contained in a bin  
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
3.bin - an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associationsBIN - an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations; the first part shows the location and the second identifies the bank itself
identification number, number - a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification; "she refused to give them her Social Security number"
Verb1.bin - store in binsbin - store in bins        
salt away, stack away, stash away, store, hive away, lay in, put in - keep or lay aside for future use; "store grain for the winter"; "The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat"

bin

noun dustbin, bucket (Scot.) garbage can, wastepaper basket, circular file He screwed the paper up and chucked it in the bin.
Translations
صَفِيحَة لِلزُّبالَةوَعاء، صُنْدوق
košpopelnicetruhlazásobník
affaldsspandbeholderbøtte
kastkonteinerprügikastprügikonteinerprükkar
astiaroskakorisäiliö
poubellepoubelliserboîte
kanta za smeće
ílát, ruslafata/tunna
ごみ箱
쓰레기통
aruodasdėžėkonteineris
apcirknisatkritumu tvertnepapīrgrozs
košarasmetnjak
sophink
ถังขยะ
thùng rác
l垃圾箱箱柜

bin

[bɪn]
A. N (for bread) → panera f; (for coal) → carbonera f; (= rubbish bin, dustbin) → cubo m de la basura, tarro m de la basura (LAm); (= litter bin) → papelera f
B. VT (= throw away) → tirar
C. CPD bin liner Nbolsa f de la basura

bin

[ˈbɪn]
n
(British) (= dustbin, litter bin) → poubelle f
(British) (= wastepaper basket) → corbeille f (à papier)
(for storage)boîte f; (bigger)huche f
vt (= throw away) → jeter à la poubelle

bin

n
(esp Brit, for bread) → Brotkasten m; (for coal) → (Kohlen)kasten m; (= rubbish bin)Mülleimer m; (= dustbin)Mülltonne f; (= litter bin)Abfallbehälter m
(for grain) → Tonne f

bin

[bɪn] n (for coal, rubbish) → bidone m; (for bread) → cassetta (Brit) (dustbin) → pattumiera; (litterbin) → cestino

bin

(bin) noun
a container (usually metal or plastic, often large) in which corn etc is stored or rubbish is collected. a waste-paper bin; a dustbin.

bin

صَفِيحَة لِلزُّبالَة koš bøtte Mülleimer κάδος cubo, papelera roskakori poubelle kanta za smeće bidone ごみ箱 쓰레기통 vuilnisbak søppelkasse kosz na śmieci caixote do lixo, lixo мусорное ведро sophink ถังขยะ çöp tenekesi thùng rác l垃圾箱
References in classic literature ?
Daddy was lazy today," remarked Jane, with the frankness which characterized her, "he didn't fill one bin.
They sat on chairs, on stools, on boxes, with their baskets by their sides, and some stood by the bin throwing the hops they picked straight into it.
itt bin that hur lashipp prevent mee; for to bee sur, Sir, you nose
anuther offar mite not have ever hapned, so as I shud ave bin justly
He used to go with his father into the harness-room, where the corn was kept, and I could see them, when the door stood ajar, fill a little bag with oats out of the bin, and then he used to be off.
Snodgrass followed his example, the horse dashed the four--wheeled chaise against a wooden bridge, separated the wheels from the body, and the bin from the perch; and finally stood stock still to gaze upon the ruin he had made.
It was a good-sized wine-cellar, with very little wine in it; only one full bin could I discover.
The first one sang-- "Who's bin digging-up MY nuts?
I've bin kalklatin'," said Dick Mattingly, leaning on his long- handled shovel with lazy gravity, "that when I go to Rome this winter, I'll get one o' them marble sharps to chisel me a statoo o' some kind to set up on the spot where we made our big strike.
When I was 'is age, I'd never been to London, never bin south of Crawley--never bin anywhere on my own where I couldn't walk.
Thence up he flew, and on the Tree of Life, The middle Tree and highest there that grew, Sat like a Cormorant; yet not true Life Thereby regaind, but sat devising Death To them who liv'd; nor on the vertue thought Of that life-giving Plant, but only us'd For prospect, what well us'd had bin the pledge Of immortalitie.
She soon decided to make Uncle Henry the Keeper of the Jewels, for some one really was needed to count and look after the bins and barrels of emeralds, diamonds, rubies and other precious stones that were in the Royal Storehouses.