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İngilizce - Türkçe

Onun evinde,domuzlar mutfak çöpüyle beslenirdi. - In her home, kitchen garbage was fed to the pigs.

Çöp toplayıcı, haftada üç kez gelir. - The garbage collector comes three times a week.

Çöp anlamsız veri
işe yaramaz
garbage can // Ai.çöp tenekesi
{i} boş lâf
{i} değersiz data
anlamsız veri
i çöp
(Mukavele) artık, çöp
{i} pis ve değersiz şey
pis ve değersiz şey garbage man çopçü
garbage can
çöp tenekesi

Fadıl çöp tenekesini evden çıkardı. - Fadil dragged the garbage can out of the house.

Tom çiçekleri çöp tenekesine attı. - Tom tossed the flowers into the garbage can.

garbage man
garbage byte
işe yaramaz bayt
garbage collection
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kötü girdileri temizleme
garbage container
çöp konteyneri
garbage file
karmakarışık dosya
garbage collection
artıkları toplama
garbage collection
çöp toplama
garbage collector
çöp toplayıcı
garbage disposal
çöp yokedici
garbage disposer
kırıntı değirmeni
garbage disposer
çöp öğütme aygıtı
garbage dump
çöp yığını
garbage heap
çöp yığını
garbage in garbage out
çöp girerse çöp çıkar
garbage bag
Çöp torbası
garbage cart
çöp konteyneri
garbage collector
çöp toplayıcısı
garbage d
çöp d
garbage disposal
Mutfak tipi çöp öğütücü
garbage dumps
çöp dökümleri
garbage out
çöpü dışarı çıkarmak

wherever of you will take the garbage out doesn't interest me. I don't want to see it here in the kitchen for another minute.

garbage byte
ise yaramaz bayt
garbage carter
çöp aracı
garbage chute
çöp bacası
garbage collection
çöp toplanması
garbage collector
çöpleri toplayan kimse
garbage disposal plant
çöp yoketme tesisi
garbage disposer
çöp öğütme makinesi
garbage dump
çöp toplama bölgesi
garbage dump
çöp toplama alanı
garbage file
karmakarisik dosya
garbage furnace
çöp fırını
garbage grinder
çöp değirmeni
garbage hauler
çöp aracı
garbage room
çöp odası
garbage truck
çöp arabası
garbage truck
çöp toplama kamyonu
garbage truck
çöp kamyonu, çöp arabası
household garbage
evsel çöp
definition of garbage
çöp tanımı
litter bin; trash can, garbage pail
çöp tenekesi, çöp kutusu, çöp kovası
to take the garbage out
çöpü dışarı çıkarmak
collect garbage
çöp toplamak
throw away garbage
çöp boşaltmak
throw out garbage
çöp boşaltmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Space debris
Something or someone worthless

Forget about that garbage advice to “act natural”.

Food waste
Nonsense; gibberish
To eviscerate

I have bought at Boston a dozen Pidgeons ready pulled and garbidged for three pence.

Useless or disposable material; waste material of any kind
Leftover waste or scraps or material deemed useless or disposable
{n} offals, bowels, entrails, guts
{i} famous British rock and roll band
Animal and vegetable waste resulting from the handling, storage, sale, preparation, cooking, and serving of foods
Definition of Garbage
Slang: poor values; a poor hand; a poor holding where the majority of the values are in Queens and Jacks
To strip of the bowels; to clean
an all-encompassing term used to denote variable values that are undefined, or bad input into a program
food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
Animal and vegetable waste resulting from the handling, storage, sale, preparation, cooking, and serving of foods Source: US EPA
a receptacle where garbage is discarded; "she tossed the moldy bread into the garbage" food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
A bad throw You may hear someone say "good Garbage" when someone, despite the bad throw, makes a great catch
a string of unwanted, meaningless, or unintelligible characters produced by error
memory that had been allocated but is no longer reachable by a process
Offal, as the bowels of an animal or fish; refuse animal or vegetable matter from a kitchen; hence, anything worthless, disgusting, or loathsome
n sampah
disapproval If someone says that an idea or opinion is garbage, they are emphasizing that they believe it is untrue or unimportant. I personally think this is complete garbage Furious government officials branded her story `garbage'. = rubbish
Solid waste resulting from animal, grain, fruit, or vegetable matter used or intended for use as food Also unwanted or used material
Garbage is rubbish, especially waste from a kitchen. a garbage bag. rotting piles of garbage
Food waste (animal and vegetable) resulting from the handling, storage, packaging, sale, preparation, cooking, and serving of foods
spoiled or waste food that is thrown away This does not include dry material or trash
Unwanted or meaningless information being stored in a file or used in a process
in everyday usage, refuse in general Some MSWM manuals use garbage to mean "food wastes," although this usage is not common
Miscellaneous objects in orbit, usually material ejected or broken away from a launch vehicle or satellite
Solid wastes from the domestic and commercial preparation, cooking, and dispensing of food, and from the handling, storage and sale of food
(B) poor values; a poor hand; a poor hand for the previous bidding
a worthless message
la basura
{i} something that is discarded, rubbish, trash, junk, waste, refuse; anything thought to be worthless or substandard
Any leftover waste or scraps or material deemed useless or disposable
Garbage is objects that are dead In tracing garbage collection, the term is sometimes used to mean objects that are known to be dead; that is, objects that are unreachable
means paper, rags, glass, metal, crockery (generated in living spaces aboard the vessel -- what we normally call trash), and all kinds of food, maintenance and cargo-associated waste Garbage, as used here, does not include fresh fish or fish parts, dishwater, or gray water
anything considered worthless and thrown away
A collection of refuse items, the taking out of which Mom assigns to a different family member each week, then winds up doing herself
a receptacle where garbage is discarded; "she tossed the moldy bread into the garbage"
means waste accumulation of animal or vegetable matter used for or intended for food or that attends the preparation, use, cooking, dealing in or storing of meat, fish, fowl, fruit or vegetables
The refuse of the data communication world When data are sent or received incorrectly (and there are numerous reasons this happens), a string of invalid, meaningless characters (garbage) results Two common causes are: 1) a baud rate mismatch and 2) synchronous data being sent to an asynchronous device or vice versa
garbage bag
A plastic bag produced for the disposal of household waste

The road was full of garbage bags awaiting the arrival of the trash men.

garbage bags
plural form of garbage bag
garbage can
A receptacle, usually roughly cylindrical and wider at the top then at the bottom, which serves as a place to discard waste materials
garbage cans
plural form of garbage can
garbage collect
To reclaim resources which are no longer in use; to run a garbage collector
garbage collection
A mechanism which ensures that resources no longer in use are made available for reuse

Automatic garbage collection isn’t foolproof, but it eliminates large classes of memory errors.

garbage collection
Automatic garbage collection
garbage collection
A service, generally run by local government, for transporting household garbage to the appropriate facility
garbage collector
An algorithm, procedure or thread dedicated to garbage collection: reclaiming resources which are no longer in use
garbage collector
A sanitation engineer; a worker who removes refuse
garbage collectors
plural form of garbage collector
garbage disposal
An electric device in a kitchen drain that gets rid of food waste by shredding it to tiny bits that wash down
garbage in, garbage out
If input data is not complete, accurate, and timely, then the resulting output is unreliable and of no useful value

The old caveat GIGO—garbage in, garbage out—is as valid in architectural design as in any other computer-aided activity.

garbage man
Someone whose job it is to collect refuse from people's homes and take it to be processed
garbage men
plural form of garbage man
garbage scow
A watercraft that carries garbage and waste from one location to others for distribution and disposal
garbage truck
A vehicle for the collection and removal of waste
garbage trucks
plural form of garbage truck
garbage disposal
A garbage disposal or a garbage disposal unit is a small machine in the kitchen sink that breaks down waste matter so that it does not block the sink. a small machine in the kitchen sink which breaks vegetable waste into small pieces so that it washes down the drain of the sink British Equivalent: waste disposal
garbage in garbage out
Garbage in, garbage out (GIGO) in the field of computer science or information and communications technology refers to the fact that computers, since they operate by logical processes, will unquestioningly process unintended, even nonsensical, input data ("garbage in") and produce undesired, often nonsensical, output ("garbage out")
garbage disposal
a kitchen appliance for disposing of garbage
garbage can
A garbage can is a container that you put rubbish into. A bomb planted in a garbage can exploded early today. a container with a lid for holding waste until it can be taken away British Equivalent: dustbin
garbage can
container that holds waste particles
garbage characters
meaningless random characters which are created as a result of a malfunction
garbage collection
the collection and removal of garbage
garbage collector
A garbage collector is a person whose job is to take people's garbage away. someone whose job is to remove waste from garbage cans British Equivalent: dustman
garbage collector
someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
garbage collector
This is a part of the SML/NJ run-time that locates data objects that can no longer be used and makes their memory available for reuse
garbage collector
A daemon thread that recycles objects to which there are no extant references within a program
garbage container
receptacle for trash, trash bin, garbage can
garbage down
eat a large amount of food quickly; "The children gobbled down most of the birthday cake
garbage dump
a piece of land where waste materials are dumped
garbage dump
place where garbage is thrown
garbage heap
an accumulation of refuse and discarded matter
garbage in, garbage out
quality of the input entered into a computer affects the quality of its output
garbage man
A garbage man is the same as a garbage collector. a garbage collector
garbage man
man who collects garbage
garbage man
someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
garbage piles
heaps of trash
garbage truck
a truck for collecting domestic refuse; "in England a garbage truck is called a dustcart
garbage truck
A garbage truck is a large truck which collects the garbage from outside people's houses. a large vehicle which goes from house to house to collect the contents of garbage cans British Equivalent: dust cart
literary garbage
popular literature, "pulp fiction, " literature of a low standard
took the garbage out
took the trash to the dumpster, took the rubbish to the trash bin