Synonyms of trash in English:

trash

noun

  • 1North American the subway entrance was blocked with trash
    rubbish, waste, waste material, refuse, litter, garbage, debris, junk, dross, detritus, sweepings, dregs, remains
    vulgar slang crap
  • 2 politicians should think and inquire before they speak trash
    North American informal garbage, flapdoodle, blathers, wack, bushwa, applesauce
    vulgar slang crap, bullshit
    North American vulgar slang crapola
    Australian/New Zealand vulgar slang bulldust
    [Antonyms] logic, good sense
  • 3 get home, you convict trash!
    rabble, scum, vermin, dregs, good-for-nothings, lowest of the low, underclass, the dregs, untouchables, the hoi polloi;
    Frenchcanaille
    informal riff-raff
  • verb

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  • 1North American informal they trashed their guitars and threw them into the audience
    informal total
  • 2 his directorial debut had been trashed by the critics
    criticize, lambaste, censure, attack, insult, abuse, give a bad press to, condemn, flay, savage
    informal pan, knock, take to pieces, take/pull apart, crucify, hammer, slam, bash, roast, maul, throw brickbats at
    British informal slate, rubbish, slag off
    North American bad-mouth, pummel
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