To make into a mess.
The burglars trashed the house.
To beat soundly in a game.
To disrespect someone or something
Temporary storage on disk for files that the user has deleted, allowing them to be recovered if necessary.
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rubbish, trash, scrapnoun
worthless material that is to be disposed of
chip, fight, scum, methamphetamine hydrochloride, glass, fighting, codswallop, ice, rubbish, flake, wish-wash, deoxyephedrine, folderol, shabu, chicken feed, chalk, fleck, trumpery, scrap, crank, meth, methamphetamine, combat, applesauce, bit, tripe
scum, methamphetamine hydrochloride, glass, codswallop, ice, rubbish, wish-wash, deoxyephedrine, applesauce, folderol, shabu, chicken feed, chalk, trumpery, scrap, meth, methamphetamine, crank, tripe
folderol, rubbish, tripe, trumpery, trash, wish-wash, applesauce, codswallopnoun
nonsensical talk or writing
folderal, scum, gimcrackery, methamphetamine hydrochloride, codswallop, glass, gimcrack, frill, ice, rubbish, nonsense, wish-wash, trumpery, folderol, apple sauce, shabu, chicken feed, chalk, crank, scrap, deoxyephedrine, falderol, meth, methamphetamine, applesauce, tripe
methamphetamine, methamphetamine hydrochloride, Methedrine, meth, deoxyephedrine, chalk, chicken feed, crank, glass, ice, shabu, trashverb
an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
spyglass, rubbish, crosspatch, applesauce, ice, trumpery, crank, chalk, looking glass, nut, churl, tripe, grouch, water ice, frosting, methamphetamine hydrochloride, codswallop, grump, fruitcake, internal-combustion engine, crackpot, field glass, deoxyephedrine, drinking glass, scratch, scum, shabu, meth, methamphetamine, folderol, nut case, frappe, scrap, screwball, chicken feed, icing, glassful, glass, wish-wash, sparkler, ice rink, ice-skating rink, starter
trash, junk, scrapverb
dispose of (something useless or old)
"trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"
pan, tear apart, trashverb
express a totally negative opinion of
"The critics panned the performance"
because its worthless and useless to people in the world don't get this
when you think something is bad say chromebook
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How to use trash in a sentence?
He's never one you would picture to have a violent bone in his body, he works as a personal trainer and a bartender and always had that personality of that super social super talk to anybody, go to the bar, talk to any girl, pick up any girl, whatever. Bryant worked as a bartender at UrbanCowboySaloon, a gay bar in Fort Worth. He was fired after he didn't show up for work on Sunday. GrapevinePoliceand the FBI, dressed in hazmat suits, searched for evidence at Bryan’s home. Police confirmed to FOX 4 they found Vandagriff's purse in a trash can in front of his house. Bryant is charged with a charge of capital murder, which is a capital felony.
I rolled down my window to ask why Manoucher Jahangard'd throw something at my car. Manoucher Jahangard yelled at me to'( expletive) ! It's none of your business !' when I attempted to pull into the driveway Manoucher Jahangard pushed a trash can at me. I swerved to right to miss it ended up hitting a second trash can. When I came to stop Manoucher Jahangard was lying on( the) other side of( the) first trash can.
He still had all the mucus and stuff, and all the trash and gravel was sticking to him, i tried to give him a tiny little bit of breath, and he reacted a little bit.
I’m 99 percent confident on the basis of the evidence I see, there was definitely a cover-up. Even as I was going through the documents, pages were just missing and removed. And they’re almost always connected somehow to Leslie Dillon or Mark Hansen. There are very serious questions about Leslie Dillon that can’t be answered… Her shoes and purse were found dumped in the trash can shortly after the murder by a local cafe owner. And that’s actually two blocks from where Leslie Dillon lived… The park where she was found is one he knew very well and in fact, used as a shortcut to get to where he lived.
Once we saw the bags of trash go inside the cardboard containers, we sent a notification to the people on site via text message, letting them know that they should remove it before the truck comes the next morning and telling them that putting trash in the recycling container is a form of contamination, which they should not do in the future.
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- affald, affaldscontainer, skrammelDanish
- Müll, Abfall, Mülleimer, verhauen, Papierkorb, wegwerfenGerman
- caneca, papelera, basuraSpanish
- [[heittää]] [[pois]], halveksia, heittää menemään, roskakori, roska, halventaa, sotkea, löylyttää, rökittää, heittää [[roskiin]], [[pitää]] [[kytkettynä]], ylenkatsoa, roskaväkiFinnish
- [[corbeille]] à [[papier]], corbeille, déchetFrench
- ôffalWestern Frisian
- कूड़ेदान, कूड़ाHindi
- fatraHaitian Creole
- աղբ, զիբիլի յաշիկ, աղբաման, զիբիլ, թափթփուկArmenian
- spazzatura, cassonetto, scartare, robaccia, feccia, immondizia, rifiuti, mondezza, porcheriaItalian
- PoubelleLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- prul, kapotmaken, vuilnis, vuilnisbak, stukslaan, vuilDutch
- søppel, boss, avfallNorwegian
- tsʼiilzéíNavajo, Navaho
- lixo, lixeiraPortuguese
- deșeu, coș de hârtii, gunoi, rămășițe, reziduu, lucru nevaloros, rebutRomanian
- дрянь, отродье, отребье, мусор, ерунда, халтура, швальRussian
- smet, koš, smetnjakSlovene
- papperskorg, slänga, [[kasta]] [[bort]], skräpSwedish
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