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gar·bage

 (gär′bĭj)
n.
1.
a. Food wastes, as from a kitchen.
b. Refuse; trash.
2. A place or receptacle where rubbish is discarded: tossed the apple core into the garbage.
3.
a. Worthless or nonsensical matter; rubbish: Their advice turned out to be nothing but garbage.
b. Inferior or offensive literary or artistic material.

[Middle English, offal from fowls.]

garbage

(ˈɡɑːbɪdʒ)
n
1. worthless, useless, or unwanted matter
2. Also called: rubbish discarded or waste matter; refuse
3. (Computer Science) computing invalid data
4. informal nonsense
[C15: probably from Anglo-French garbelage removal of discarded matter, of uncertain origin; compare Old Italian garbuglio confusion]

gar•bage

(ˈgɑr bɪdʒ)

n.
1. discarded animal and vegetable matter, as from a kitchen.
2. any matter that is no longer wanted or needed; trash.
3. anything that is contemptibly worthless, inferior, or vile.
4. worthless talk or data.
[1400–50; late Middle English: discarded parts of butchered fowls; compare Middle English garbelage the removal of waste from spices (< Old French)]

Garbage

 refuse in general; worthless literary matter.
Examples: the garbage of any circulating library.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.garbage - food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)garbage - food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product - any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
2.garbage - a worthless message
subject matter, content, message, substance - what a communication that is about something is about
bunkum, guff, hogwash, buncombe, rot, bunk - unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements)
chickenshit - a false statement that is considered to indicate timidity or fear
codswallop, folderol, trumpery, wish-wash, applesauce, tripe, rubbish, trash - nonsensical talk or writing
pap, pablum - worthless or oversimplified ideas
3.garbage - a receptacle where waste can be discarded; "she tossed the moldy bread into the garbage"
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in

garbage

noun
1. junk, rubbish, litter, trash (chiefly U.S.), refuse, waste, sweepings, scraps, debris, muck, filth, swill, slops, offal, detritus, dross, odds and ends, flotsam and jetsam, grot (slang), leavings, dreck (slang, chiefly U.S.), scourings, offscourings rotting piles of garbage
2. nonsense, balls (taboo slang), bull (slang), shit (taboo slang), rot, crap (slang), trash, bullshit (taboo slang), hot air (informal), tosh (informal), pap, cobblers (Brit. taboo slang), bilge (informal), drivel, twaddle, tripe (informal), gibberish, guff (slang), moonshine, claptrap (informal), hogwash, hokum (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), codswallop (Brit. slang), piffle (informal), poppycock (informal), balderdash, bosh (informal), eyewash (informal), kak (S. African slang), stuff and nonsense, bunkum or buncombe (chiefly U.S.) I personally think the story is complete garbage.

garbage

noun
Translations
زُبالَهللزُّبالَهنُفَايَة
odpadkyodpadkový
affaldskrald
jäätmed
آشخالآشغال
roskat
otpadsmeće
hulladékhulladék-konyhai hulladékszemét
rusl, sorprusla-, sorp-
ごみ
쓰레기
šiukšlių
atkritumiatkritumu-
odpadki
sopor
ขยะ
rác thải

garbage

[ˈgɑːbɪdʒ] (esp US)
A. N (= refuse) → basura f; (= waste) → desperdicios mpl (fig) (= goods, film etc) → birria f, porquería f; (spoken, written) → bobadas fpl, tonterías fpl, disparates mpl
he talks a lot of garbagedice muchas bobadas or tonterías
the book is garbagela novela es una basura or birria or porquería
garbage in, garbage out (Comput) → basura entra, basura sale
B. CPD garbage bag Nbolsa f de la basura
garbage can Ncubo m de la basura
garbage collector Nbasurero/a m/f
garbage disposal unit Ntriturador m de basura
garbage dump Nvertedero m
garbage man N = garbage collector garbage truck Ncamión m de la basura

garbage

[ˈgɑːrbɪdʒ] n
(= rubbish) → ordures fpl, détritus mpl
(fig)conneries fpl garbage can n (US)poubelle fgarbage chute n (US)vide-ordures m invgarbage collector n (US)éboueur mgarbage disposal n (= machine) → broyeur m d'orduresgarbage disposal unit n (US)broyeur m d'orduresgarbage man n (US)éboueur mgarbage shute n (US)vide-ordures m invgarbage truck n (US)camion m des éboueurs

garbage

n (lit: esp US) → Abfall m, → Müll m; (fig: = useless things) → Schund m, → Mist m (inf); (= nonsense)Blödsinn m, → Quatsch m (inf); (Comput) → Garbage m; garbage in, garbage out (Comput) → garbage in, garbage out, Müll rein, Müll raus

garbage

:
garbage can
n (US) → Müll- or Abfalleimer m; (outside) → Mülltonne f
garbage collector
n (US) → Müllarbeiter m; the garbagesdie Müllabfuhr
garbage disposal unit
n (esp US) → Müllschlucker m
garbage man

garbage

[ˈgɑːbɪdʒ] n (esp Am) → immondizie fpl, spazzatura, rifiuti mpl (fig) (film, book) → porcheria, robaccia; (nonsense) → fesserie fpl

garbage

(ˈgaːbidʒ) noun
(especially American) rubbish.
adjective
There is a garbage chute at the end of the corridor.
garbage can
(American) a dustbin.

garbage

نُفَايَة odpadky skrald Abfall σκουπίδια basura roskat déchets otpad immondizia ごみ 쓰레기 afval søppel śmieci lixo мусор sopor ขยะ çöp rác thải 垃圾
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Responding to a question, he informed that the garbages are transferred into the dumping site to protect environment.