scrapyard


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scrapyard

(ˈskræpjɑːd)
n
Brit a place where old machines such as cars and ships are destroyed and where useful parts are saved
Translations
šrotiště
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scrapyard

scrap yard [ˈskræpjɑːrd] n (British)casse f

scrapyard

n (esp Brit) → Schrottplatz m
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Shane, 43, is hosting a brand new series called Scrapyard Supercar, and the Boyzone man is the perfect fit.
A fire ripped through a scrapyard. Firefighters were called to an industrial estate in Bromley Street, Lye, just after 8pm on Thursday.
The defendant also described how he rented a vehicle which he then sold to a scrapyard owner using a forged identification card.
Thieves escaped with a PS10,000 haul from an Annan scrapyard at the weekend.
He has since cleared the site for use as a caravan storage business called Tour and Store, which opened last year, and he is currently waiting for retrospective planning permission from Cheshire West and Chester Council to change the site's use from a scrapyard.
THE wreckage of the plane blown up over Lockerbie lies rusting in a scrapyard as the 30th anniversary of the disaster approaches.
If you live in Cardiff, chances are you or a family member has clambered over cars at Bill Way's scrapyard searching for that one part that could get a car back on the road.
FIREFIGHTERS were called to tackle a blaze in a scrapyard.
Soon after, armed officers were seen surrounding the Green Street Motors scrapyard, in Albert Road, Darlington - about a four minute walk away from the caravan.
FIREFIGHTERS have left the scene of a massive blaze that broke out at a Seaton Delaval scrapyard.
MORE than 70 firefighters tackled a raging inferno at a scrapyard near Coventry.