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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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OIL worth around $200 million is believed to have been discovered under scores of scrapyards located on Bahrain's east coast.
Frank was recalling our interaction with the famous old scrapyards that ranged across the city.
Undercover officers turned up with cable from Network Rail and NEDL to see if the scrapyards would take it.
He was caught in an undercover police operation targeting YorKshire scrapyards believed to be accepting stolen goods.
Safety standards at some of the scrapyards in the Industrial Area leave much to be desired, according to people who frequent the neighbourhood.
Land near Bahrain's east coast which has a sprawling web of almost 100 scrapyards could be handed over to developers and turned into a multi-million dinar investment project, a report said.
And when it's a classic car, owners feel a wrench when they send them off to scrapyards in favour of a younger model.
However, Airnes was also handed a Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) that prevents him from visiting scrapyards, handling scrap metal or any metal object weighing more than a kilo, unless he possesses a receipt.
POLICE will be visiting dozens of scrapyards in County Durham this week to check owners are complying with a scheme aimed at combating metal thefts.
As part of our efforts to trace those responsible for cable theft we visit scrapyards in the area as most cable thieves look for the quickest way to sell on the stolen goods - scrapyards are one such method.
I do know that some of the lads in the scrapyards throw rats into those smelters that are as big as cats.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued a warning to scrapyards to ensure they have "suitable controls" in place to prevent such incidents.