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  1. bin

    • IPA[bɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      a receptacle in which to deposit rubbish.;a capacious receptacle for storing a specified substance
    • v.
      throw (something) away by putting it in a bin;discard or reject
    • verb: bin, 3rd person present: bins, gerund or present participle: binning, past tense: binned, past participle: binned

    • noun: bin, plural noun: bins

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    名詞

    • 1. a receptacle in which to deposit rubbish.
    • a capacious receptacle for storing a specified substance a compost bin
    • a partitioned stand for storing bottles of wine.
    • 2. each of a series of ranges of numerical value into which data are sorted in statistical analysis.

    動詞

    • 1. informal throw (something) away by putting it in a bin piles of junk that should have been binned years ago
    • discard or reject the whole idea had to be binned
    • British informal end a relationship with someone she was a bit weird so I binned her off
    • 2. store (something, especially wine) in a bin paint on the bottles indicated which way up they should be binned
    • 3. group together (data) in bins.
    • pref.
      variant form of bi- before a vowel (as in

    Oxford Dictionary

    • pref.
      variant spelling of bi- before a vowel (as in

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • plural
      short for binoculars

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    • n.
      (in sport) a box or bench to which offending players can be sent for a period as a penalty ... his cross-check earned him two minutes in the sin bin
    • v.
      send (a player) to a sin bin as a penalty: he was sin-binned for a professional foul

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    • n.
      a plastic bag used for lining a rubbish bin.

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    • n.
      a promotional box in a shop for displaying books or other items.

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    • n.
      a home or hospital for people who are mentally ill: he's an obvious candidate for the loony bin

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    • n.
      a receptacle in a store that holds goods offered for sale at a cheap or discounted price: the video store's bargain bins are overflowing with tapes of animated musicals

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    • IPA[bin]

    美式

    • n.
      a receptacle for storing a specified substance: a vegetable bin
    • v.
      place (something) in a bin.

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