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Translation of "garbage" - English-Turkish dictionary

garbage

noun [U]
 
/ˈɡɑːbɪdʒ/ US ( UK rubbish)
THINGS NOT WANTED things that you throw away because you do not want them
çöp, işe yaramayan şeyler
Rubbish and wasteEnvironmental issuesEnvironmental issuesRubbish and wasteProtection and protectors
BAD THINGS something that you think is nonsense, wrong, or very bad quality
saçmalık, ipe sapa gelmez söz, lakırdı, palavra
How can you listen to that garbage on the radio!Not of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for badNonsense
Translations of “garbage”
in Arabic قُمامة, تافِه…
in Korean 쓰레기, 형편없는 것…
in Malaysian sampah…
in French ordures…
in Italian spazzatura, immondizia, fesseria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 垃圾, 廢物, 廢話…
in Russian мусор, чушь, ерунда…
in Polish śmieci, bzdury, bzdura…
in Vietnamese rác…
in Spanish basura…
in Portuguese lixo, refugo, droga…
in Thai ขยะ…
in German der Abfall…
in Catalan escombraries, porqueria, bestieses…
in Japanese ごみ, がらくた, くだらないもの…
in Indonesian sampah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垃圾, 废物, 废话…
(Definition of garbage from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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