bin-liner

Translations

bin-liner

[ˈbɪnˌlaɪnəʳ] n (Brit) → sacchetto per l'immondizia
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His typical Christmas routine is, he says: "walking around with a bin-liner, stepping on bits of plastic".
It was a smile to warm the devil's heart so I gave him a friendly wave, he had twigs for arms and wore a bin-liner but in the thaw he'll be impossible to save.
The 30-year-old victim, who suffered brain damage after being hit with a brick when he was only 18, had his glasses broken, was struck with a tree branch and even had a bin-liner put over his head during an ordeal said to have lasted about six hours.
And to make matters worse, Macpherson was carrying a black bin-liner in one hand.
Billie-Jo had part of a black bin-liner stuffed deeply into one of her nostrils.
Billy-Jo had part of a bin-liner stuffed deeply into one of her nostrils.
A whole wall might be bare except for a neatly-fastened bin-liner on the floor or a supermarket check-out slip at eye-level.
She told the court she went to bed on the night of February 5 and woke up the following morning to find her husband lying on the sofa with a white plastic bin-liner on his head and an empty wine box next to him.
The Aussie star, 38, was also featured in a bin-liner style PVC dress last week.
At soil level make three cuts, of 2cm across, through the bin-liner and the fibre at the sides of the basket.
A pathologist found that Billie-Johad part of a black bin-liner stuffed deeply into one of her nostrils.
And in a searing attack she predicted that the Millennium would bring forth "models wearing plastic bin-liner trousers fashioned with welders' rivets".