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rubbish

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈrʌb.ɪʃ/
mainly UK ( US garbage, also trash) waste material or things that are no longer wanted or needed
垃圾;废弃物
I forgot to put the rubbish out for collection this morning.
我今天早晨忘了把垃圾拿出来让人收走。
Put the empty box in the rubbish bin.
把空盒子放在垃圾桶里。
Take the old furniture to the rubbish dump.
把这件旧家具扔到垃圾场去。
Rubbish and wasteEnvironmental issues
informal something that you think is very low quality or not true
粗制滥造的东西,劣质的东西;废话,瞎说
The film was rubbish.
这部电影纯属垃圾。
His ideas are a load of (old) rubbish.
他的想法真是一堆垃圾。
Rubbish and wasteEnvironmental issuesNonsense
(Definition of rubbish noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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