Short for binoculars.
A receptacle in which to deposit rubbish
Throw (something) away by putting it in a bin
A bin in which waste food is collected to be used as pig fodder; (figurative) a greedy person.
A server directory where CGI programs are stored
(In sport) a box or bench to which offending players can be sent for a period as a penalty during a game, especially in ice hockey
Send (a player) to a sin bin as a penalty
A large speaker cabinet containing loudspeakers designed to reproduce low-frequency sounds accurately, used especially to enhance the bass sound at live music performances.
A promotional box in a shop for displaying books or other items
A container into which a fleece is placed after it has been graded
A receptacle for storing provisions in a cellar (now especially wine in a wine cellar).
A bin used exclusively to hold material (especially household waste) intended for recycling.
A container for keeping bread in
An outdoor container in which garden refuse and other organic waste is deposited in order to produce compost
A receptacle in a public place in which people can deposit rubbish
A home or hospital for people with mental illnesses
A rubbish bin with a lid opened by means of a pedal
A rubbish bin with a lid that swings shut after being pushed open
A dustbin or rubbish bin
A large refuse bin set on wheels
End a relationship with someone