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rubbish 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈrəbiSH/,
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Waste material; refuse or litter,
  1. Very bad; worthless or useless
    • - people might say I was a rubbish manager
Verb
  1. Criticize severely and reject as worthless
    • - he has pointedly rubbished professional estimates of the development and running costs
Noun
  1. Waste material; refuse or litter
    • - an alleyway high with rubbish
  2. Material that is considered unimportant or valueless
    • - she had to sift through the rubbish in every drawer
  3. Absurd, nonsensical, or worthless talk or ideas
    • - I suppose you believe that rubbish about vampires

  1. attack strongly
  2. worthless material that is to be disposed of
  3. folderol: nonsensical talk or writing
  4. (rubbishy) cheap and inferior; of no value; "rubbishy newspapers that form almost the sole reading of the majority"; "trashy merchandise"
  5. Waste (also known as rubbish, trash, refuse, garbage, or junk) is unwanted or unusable materials. Litter is waste which has been disposed of improperly, particularly waste which has been carelessly disposed of in plain sight, as opposed to waste which has been dumped to avoid paying for waste ...
  6. Rubbish is a British radio series written by Tony Bagley, who also wrote Married. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2006. A second series began broadcasting on 31 October 2007.
  7. A waste container is a container for temporarily storing waste, and is usually made out of metal or plastic. ...
  8. Garbage, junk, refuse, waste; Nonsense; To denounce, to criticise, to denigrate, to disparage; Exceedingly bad; awful; terrible; crappy; Expresses that something is exceedingly bad, terrible or awful; Expresses that what was recently said is untruth or nonsense
  9. Solid waste, excluding food waste and ashes, from homes, institutions, and workplaces.
  10. Waste materials other than garbage.
  11. nonputrescible solid wastes (excluding ashes) consisting of either: (a) combustible wastes such as paper, cardboard, plastic containers, yard clippings and wood; or (b) noncombustible wastes such as cans, glass, and crockery.
  12. waste that is being disposed of correctly so it will not become litter.
  13. This is the British word for “trash”. A British wife might beg her husband to “take out the rubbish”, for example.
  14. is garbage or trash and goes in the rubbish bin if it is inside, or a dustbin if you mean the large outside receptacle.
  15. can mean trash or stuff you throw away, OR to rubbish something is to criticise, OR to say something is rubbish means that you don't believe or agree with what was said
  16. to criticise; also, a declaration of untruth or an assertion of falsity; also, garbage or trash
  17. A variety of both combustible and noncombustible solid waste materials from households, stores and institutions.
  18. worthless matter, such as the religions, philosophies, literatures, arts and sciences of the tribes infesting the regions lying due south from Boreaplas.
  19. 1. nonsense; worthless talk. 2. to criticise scathingly: e.g., He always rubbishes everybody.
  20. symbolizes your elimination system. Anything in a waste bin needs to be eliminated from your diet.
  21. n. Everyday waste - better known in the US as trash or garbage (neither of which are used in this context in the UK).
  22. garbage. Also slang to take the piss or tease.
  23. Rubbish must be disposed of in the bins provided. Refuse must not be disposed of in the woodland area or around trees, and no tea leaves, potato peelings, etc, may be emptied down the Park's drains.
  24. Garbage. Can also be slang for anything that you don't like. "Eh, Peugeots are rubbish."