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litter bin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
litter binˈlitter bin (also litter basket British English) noun [countable]  litter_bin.jpg DRUBBISH/WASTEa container in a public place, for things people throw away, such as papers or cans syn rubbish bin, waste bin, trash can/garbage can American English
Examples from the Corpus
litter binEventually I threw up into a litter bin attached to a crowded bus shelter on St George's Road.The worse for drink, he lurches away, staggering to a litter bin where he is sick.Amid the clattering trams and the hurrying crowds at the Hackescher Markt, the golden litter bin stands out.He remembered Woil staying by the bench and the litter bin where the Men could reach him.The mess of pizza fragments, uneaten chips, beer-cans, papers, had been swept into the litter bin.And when I pretended to be a horse I got so excited I bumped into this litter bin and fell over.
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