trash

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çöp

Tom soda tenekesini çöpe attı. - Tom tossed the soda can into the trash.

Ne olduğunu biliyor musun? Çöp. - Do you know what you are? Trash!

abuk sabuk
saçmalık
palavra
hırdavat
ipe sapa gelmez
tahrip etmek
döküntü
(Argo) metaamfetamin
(Argo) met

Okulda dört çöp kutusu vardır: kağıt için bir, plastik için bir ve cam ve metal için iki tane daha. - There are four trash cans in the school: one for paper, one for plastic, and two more for glass and metal.

atık
adi şey
boş laf
ayaktakımı
süprüntü
çerçöp
{f} çerçöpünü ayır
değersiz şey
özü çıkarılmış şeker kamışı
süpürmek
değersiz bayağı adam
çerçöpünü temizlemek
{i} işe yaramaz şey
çöplük
{i} k.dili. saçma, boş laf, zırva. 7
ayak takımı
{i} k.dili. değersiz şey
{i} saçmalık [arg.]
{i} saçma

Yazdığım saçma kitap beni zengin yaparken iyi kitaplarım zar zor bir şeyler sattı. - My good books barely sold anything, while the trash I wrote made me rich.

yıkmak
budamak
{i} k.dili. avam, ayaktakımı
artık
{i} çalı çırpı
{i} beş para etmez adam
çalısını çırpısını ayırmak
avam
luzumsuz diye atmak
tahrip
{i} fasa fiso
kırıp dökmek
çöp kutusu

Patlayıcılar bir çöp kutusunun içine saklanmıştı. - The explosives were hidden in a trash bin.

Tom çöp kutusuna tekme attı. - Tom kicked the trash can.

benzetmek
telef

Polis cinayetlerin bulunduğu yere yakın bir çöp kutusunda ezilmiş iki cep telefonu buldu ve onların içerdikleri veriyi kullanmaya çalışıyor. - The police found two crushed mobile phones in a trash can near the site of the killings and are attempting to exploit the data contained in them.

çöpe
Çöp Sepeti
trash box
Çöp kutusu
trash fish
(Denizbilim) değersiz balık
trash rack
ızgara
trash barrel
çöp bidonu
trash bin
çöp bidonu
trash dump
çöp yığını
trash heap
çöp yığını
trash pile
çöp yığını
trash catcher
ot tutucu
trash chute
Binalarda çöp torbalarını zemin kata kolayca indirmek için yapılmış kanal
trash collector
Çöp toplayıcısı
trash out
Çöpü
trash someone out
çöp kimse dışarı
trash talk
Bir başkası hakkında kötü ve aşağılayıcı konuşma
trash dump
çöp toplama alanı
trash dump
çöp toplama bölgesi
trailer trash
römork çöp
human trash
(Atasözü) insan müsveddesi
trash can
çöp kutusu

Tom çöp kutusuna uzandı ve buruşuk bir mektup çıkardı. - Tom reached into the trash can and pulled out a crumpled letter.

Fadıl, Dania'nın cesedini bir çöp kutusuna doldurdu. - Fadil stuffed Dania's body into a trash can.

white trash
beyaz çöp
clean trash
temiz çöp
feces; trash
dışkı, çöp
it's absolute trash
o mutlak çöp's
litter bin; trash can, garbage pail
çöp tenekesi, çöp kutusu, çöp kovası
lower class people (white trash)
alt sınıf insanlar (çöp beyaz)
out of the trash
atık çöp
are there trash cans on site
kamp alanında çöp bidonu var mı
trashing
harman
when should i put out the trash
çöpü ne zaman çıkartayım
where should i put out the trash
çöpü nereye çıkartayım
white trash
beyaz fakir halk
white trash
fakir beyazlar (zenci deyişi)
İngilizce - İngilizce
To beat soundly in a game
Lower class people (as in white trash)
Useless things to be discarded
Temporary storage on disk for files that the user has deleted, allowing them to be recovered if necessary
Something of poor quality
A container into which things are discarded
To disrespect someone or something
To discard
To make into a mess

The burglars trashed the house.

{n} bad fruit, a worthless thing, dross
{v} to lop, crop, crush, humble
A worthless person
Questions or packets relating to non-academic subject matter, such as popular culture Used less pejoratively than one might think
Trash consists of unwanted things or waste material such as used paper, empty containers and bottles, and waste food
To free from trash, or worthless matter; hence, to lop; to crop, as to trash the rattoons of sugar cane
Material considered worthless or offensive that is thrown away Generally defined as dry waste material, but in common usage it is a synonym for garbage, rubbish, or refuse
If you say that something such as a book, painting, or film is trash, you mean that it is of very poor quality. Pop music doesn't have to be trash, it can be art = rubbish
nonsensical talk or writing
worthless people dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer
dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"
Especially, loppings and leaves of trees, bruised sugar cane, or the like
A icon on the desktop that you use to discard applications, documents, and folders
amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
That which is worthless or useless; rubbish; refuse
A feature on a user interface providing an easy way to delete files
In many graphic-user interfaces (GUIs) including Macintosh and early versions of Microsoft Windows, a special folder that serves as a temporary repository for files you want deleted By placing unwanted files in the trash rather than deleting them immediately, you get a chance to change your mind
A collar, leash, or halter used to restrain a dog in pursuing game
Lower class people (white trash)
the icon on the desktop that looks like a garbage can used to throw out documents or to eject disks from the disk drive
worthless material that is to be disposed of
To hold back by a trash or leash, as a dog in pursuing game; hence, to retard, encumber, or restrain; to clog; to hinder vexatiously
Unnaturally occurring, man-made refuse or discarded substances Openly discarded trash and petroleum wastes may be carried into waters of the state by storm runoff and is unsightly
waste material that cannot be recycled and reused (synonymous with garbage)
Icon on the Macintosh desktop where unwanted files and folders are dragged to when they are to be deleted Files may stay in the trash indefinitely, and may even be removed and reused When the Trash is "emptied" the files are deleted See Recycle Bin
Where you put files to delete them This isn't always irreversible, the Trash may be opened like any other icon Any items still in the Trash may be moved to another location, thus undeleting them See below in the Operating Basics section for more information on the Trash To delete a file, drag its icon into the Trash, and select Special->Empty Trash under the Finders menu
A term used for wastes that usually do not include food wastes and ashes but may include other organic materials, such as plant trimmings, or material considered worthless, unnecessary, or offensive that is usually thrown away Generally defined as dry waste material, but in common usage it is a synonym for rubbish or refuse
To treat as trash, or worthless matter; hence, to spurn, humiliate, or crush
{f} throw away, discard; destroy, damage; assault, beat up; criticize severely, disparage
material considered worthless, not necessary or offensive that is usually thrown away Trash is generally defined as dry material and excludes food waste (garbage) and ashes
If you trash people or their ideas, you criticize them very strongly and say that they are worthless. People asked why the candidates spent so much time trashing each other. = rubbish see also white trash
An icon on the desktop that you use to discard applications, documents, and folders that are no longer needed
{i} something discarded, something of no value, rubbish, garbage, refuse; nonsense
express a totally negative opinion of; "The critics panned the performance"
A temporary storage container where you can move any files or folders that you no longer need These items will remain in the Trash and can be retrieved later if you need to recover an item Once you empty the trash from the Finder menu, however, these files are gone forever
anything thrown away as worthless
To follow with violence and trampling
worthless people
An icon on the desktop where files can be deleted See also special menu
Material considered worthless or offensive that its thrown away Generally defined as dry waste material, but in common usage it is a synonym for garbage, rubbish or refuse
If someone trashes a place or vehicle, they deliberately destroy it or make it very dirty. Would they trash the place when the party was over? = wreck
Trash TV
Television shows that have little informative, educational, or redemptive value
Trash TV
Reality, "extreme", or gossip television
Trash TVs
plural form of Trash TV
trash bag
A plastic bag produced for the disposal of household waste

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

trash bags
plural form of trash bag
trash can
A receptacle which serves as a place to discard waste materials
trash cans
plural form of trash can
trash drawer
A tall drawer, usually found in a kitchen, in which a garbage can or garbage bag can be placed, for the collection and disposal of trash

And a big trash drawer down below for wastebasket loads.

trash drawers
plural form of trash drawer
trash out
To criticize the person spoken to in a rant

Friday night I crashed your party. / Saturday I said I'm sorry. / Sunday came 'n' trashed me out again.

trash-talk
To make disparaging or comical insults to a sporting opposition
trash can
A special folder in the Macintosh operating system where deleted files are sent when the user sends the command to delete them They reside in the trash can until the user gives the command to permanently erase them, thus giving the user the chance to recover any information accidentally deleted
trash out
(trash someone out) Criticize the person spoken to in a rant
trash someone out
Criticize the person spoken to in a rant
trash talk
Trash-talk is a form of boast or insult commonly heard in competitive situations (such as sports events). It is often used to intimidate the opposition, but can also be used in a humorous spirit. Trash-talk is often characterized by hyperbolic, figurative language, e.g., "Your team can't run! You run like honey on ice!" Puns and other wordplay are commonly used. However, citing information about a rival's weaknesses would not be characterized as trash-talk, but could be described as a "discussion topic" (which might foster a trash-talk situation)
trash-rack
Set in a stream to prevent the passage of floating debris
trash barrel
a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
trash bin
a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
trash can
A trash can is a large round container which people put their rubbish in and which is usually kept outside their house. = garbage can. a large container with a lid into which you put empty bottles, used papers, food that has gone bad etc British Equivalent: dustbin
trash can
an icon labeled file on the Mac desktop having the appearance of a trash can for the purpose of deleting data Items dragged to the trash can are not disposed of until you use the "empty trash" command Even so, for security purposes, no file is irreversibly deleted until something causes the hard drive to overwrite the actual sectors where it is written Trashing something merely assigns the written area of the storage medium to allow overwriting either by further normal usage or by using a formatting utility or other program to erase the drive or specific portions of it
trash can
garbage can, waste container
trash can
(n ) A window that contains deleted files that have not yet been removed
trash can
A container for deleted files or folders
trash can
a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
trash compactor
a machine that presses waste material together into a very small mass
trash fish
A fish considered to have little value as a food fish and therefore typically discarded whenever caught
trash talk
Disparaging, often insulting or vulgar speech about another person or group
trash talking
when a sports player or sports fan says rude or unpleasant things to or about a sports player
trash-strewn
littered, covered with garbage
trailer park trash
Lower-class people who live in trailer parks

Eric's remark about “trailer park trash” is strictly his. I have some very good friends who live in trailers and they are not trash.

trailer trash
Deleted from the movie trailer. Not included in theatrical run
trailer trash
Trailer park trash
trailer trash
disapproval Some people use trailer trash to refer to poor people who live in trailer parks and who they think are vulgar or worthless. This use could cause offence. an offensive expression for poor people who live in trailer parks
poor white trash
an extension of white trash
take out the trash
To forcefully remove undesirable people from a place
taken out the trash
Past participle of take out the trash
takes out the trash
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of take out the trash
taking out the trash
Present participle of take out the trash
took out the trash
Simple past of take out the trash
trashed
Simple past tense and past participle of trash
trashed
drunk
white trash
A poorly educated white person with low moral and social standards and low social status
human trash
A bunch of meat that talks and walks
clean trash
throw out garbage
heap of trash
piles of garbage or waste
trashed
Past tense of to trash
trashed
Our Living Language Expressions for intoxication are among those that best showcase the creativity of slang. The boundless inventiveness in expressing the ordinary in not-so-ordinary ways led Walt Whitman to describe slang as "an attempt of common humanity to escape from bald literalism, and express itself illimitably." Colloquial and slang expressions meaning "intoxicated" can fill several pages in slang thesauruses. Most fall into a few general groups. Common are expressions that originally meant "damaged, badly affected by something," such as trashed, smashed, crocked, blitzed, hammered, wasted, messed up, and blasted. Cooking terms are also common, such as baked, fried, and boiled (said to have been coined at Princeton University in the 1920s). Terms relating to liquids or being filled are a natural source of metaphors for filling oneself up with drink or drugs: sloshed, oiled, tanked, and loaded are but a few. Some terms are not easily classified or have origins that are not fully clear, such as tight (first appearing in the 1830s), plastered (first appearing around 1912), blotto (perhaps from blot, first appearing in 1917), and stoned (apparently taken from such expressions as stone-drunk, stone-cold, and first appearing as stone in 1945). Most current terms for "intoxicated" are not very old, as one expects of slang terms generally; of those in the lists above, blotto, crocked, fried, loaded, plastered, tanked, tight, and oiled are recorded in the first half of the 20th century, and of these only tight and oiled are known to have existed before then
trashes
third-person singular of trash
trashing
present participle of trash
white trash
disapproval Some people use white trash to refer to poor white people who they think are worthless. a place peopled by illiterate poor white trash. an insulting expression used to talk about white people who are poor and uneducated
white trash
nickname for the status of lower-class white people in the United States (especially in the south and midwest)
white trash
an offensive term for White people who are impoverished
trash