Definition of dustbin in English:

dustbin

Line breaks: dust|bin
Pronunciation: /ˈdʌs(t)bɪn
 
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noun

British
  • A container for household refuse, especially one kept outside.
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    • On average, households with a green box and a garden waste wheeled bin are able to reduce the amount of rubbish in their dustbin or refuse sack by one-third.
    • They later turned into Petergate and entered a chip shop where the younger man removed the purse's contents before dropping the purse into a dustbin outside.
    • When you've unpacked your presents, don't leave the empty boxes for valuable goods outside your dustbins where they can be seen.

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