After making an initial beeline to run toward the storm, the reporter had second thoughts and hid behind a trash can.
Aside from producing odors and mountains of trash, they increasingly produce power.
But what part of it allows a piece of trash like Adelson to gain public acceptance?
In the early 19th century, animals and trash ruled New York City.
He piles the trash into the can and stands in the gutter, waiting for the light to change.
“Gie me that trash,” he said, making a snatch toward the necklace.
It is well known in the West Country, but the old words are trash.
One really good book, a single copy of St. Nicholas, is worth more than all this trash.
They knew what they were doing when they passed their trash upon her!
And we have got to lug all this trash down to the river again?
"anything of little use or value," late 14c., perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse tros "rubbish, fallen leaves and twigs," Norwegian dialectal trask "lumber, trash, baggage," Swedish trasa "rags, tatters"), of unknown origin. Applied to ill-bred persons or groups from 1604 ("Othello"). Applied to domestic refuse or garbage in 1906 (American English).
"to discard as worthless," 1895, from trash (n.); in the sense of "destroy, vandalize" it is attested from 1970; extended to "criticize severely" in 1975. Related: Trashed; trashing.
: to figure out why my trap money was shitty (1970s+ Black)