ガーベージ, 残飯, 汚物, くず, 芥, 廃棄物, 廃品, がらくた
Noun(1) food that is discarded (as from a kitchen(2) a worthless message(3) a receptacle where waste can be discarded
(1) With their keen sense of smell, bears can detect miniscule amounts of leftover food or garbage .(2) Don't you see, it's the likes of you and your ilk, who keep writing this unfounded garbage , that keep the fires stoked.(3) It took an awfully long time, though, and my computer is full of garbage .(4) Eliminate sources of food, such as garbage or outdoor pet food dishes that attract stray cats.(5) garbage littered the estate(6) Try to copy a short-cut with a right click, and you'll get meaningless garbage .(7) The obvious solution of this problem is to decentralise the process of collection of household garbage .(8) We sifted through the garbage another four times, then I looked at the dumpster.(9) In the meantime, remember that the bears are still out there and keep your garbage and pet food inside.(10) Dad would bring a bag of kitchen garbage on every trip south to Toronto.(11) Handled correctly, nuclear waste can be as safe to handle as household garbage , he said.(12) a garbage dump(13) All the sweet rolls, ice cream, chocolate doodles, and lard pies were tossed in the garbage .(14) What will double is all the garbage we store on our computers, which is to say not much of real value.(15) With the exploding populace of the cities and its suburbs, household garbage and refuse is posing a serious threat.(16) The workers have not been paid for 94 weeks and are refusing to remove the garbage until they receive full payment.
1. trash ::
2. nonsense ::
3. drivel ::
4. refuse ::
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