wastebin


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wastebin

(ˈweɪstbɪn)
n
1. another name for wastebasket
2. a rubbish bin
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wastebin - a bin that holds rubbish until it is collectedwastebin - a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
bin - a container; usually has a lid
Translations

wastebin

[ˈweɪstˌbɪn] n (basket) → cestino per la cartaccia; (in kitchen) → pattumiera
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One thing I may consign to the wastebin though may be one of my most embarrassing purchases ever, Jennifer Rush's romantic ballad The Power of Love released in 1984.
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He cooks with the trouser press, iron, electric towel rail, hairdryer, wastebin and kettle.
There are other landfill sites coming up which will provide a stern test to Mandur, and may even strip it of its title as ' Bengaluru's wastebin.
It should be absolutely acceptable for a rhetorical scholar to point out the significance of scientific research, without condemning that research to the wastebin of a "scientific worldview" which can never be combined with humanistic scholarship.
However, redevelopment is entirely dependent on being able to get the necessary permissions to carry out the work the club want - which means a new-build on Stanley Park cannot be conclusively consigned to the wastebin until those have been secured.
When they meet again on the Campo di Santa Margherita, Pinocchio is caged in a wastebin and not at first recognized.
You can probably hear me coughing in the background as you read this, and the sound of yet another paper hankie hitting the wall close to, but never quite in, the wastebin.
The Marry The Night singer, 25, has taken to relieving herself in her dressing room wastebin.
When I was at the composer-percussionist workshop in Trstenice, where Tomas Ondrusek keeps a barn full of instruments, in the end I chose a shopping trolley and wastebin for my miniature at the final musical seance .
The Supreme Court, being the rigid institution it is, has proven extremely reticent to ever overturn such decisions and delegate them to the wastebin of history.
Yesterday it emerged Miss Jones's problems first came to light when she threw away two of her ex-fiance's used foil wraps in the wastebin of a school toilet, in October 2006.