Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Garbage"

The meaning of "Garbage" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does garbage mean?
A: Spazzatura
Q: What does the garbage man who dumps all carefully separated recyclables in with the trash. mean?
A: It means that he is not doing his job properly. He is taking the recycling items sorted by customers, and is dumping them in with normal trash. So they will not be recycled.
Q: What does garbage strike mean?
A: It means worker were striking and refuse to collect garbages, leaving the city with tons of garbage in the streets.
Q: What does take out the
garbage mean?
A: Bringing all the garbage bags from inside the house outside to the street/dumpster for pickup.
Q: What does garbage day mean?
A: "Garbage day" is the day when the garbage trucks come around to pick up trash from homes.

Example: "It's garbage day! Don't let me forget to take the garbage out!"

Example sentences using "Garbage"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The garbage truck goes through the streets and pick up garbage. It is natural to say?.
A: 괜찮아요, change 'pick up' to 'picks up'
Q: Please show me example sentences with garbage.
A: Take out the garbage - This place is garbage - The garbage smells terrible

Synonyms of "Garbage" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between garbage and trash ?
A: Trash is anything useless that you are getting rid of. (Example: Old socks, broken toys, used napkins)

Garbage is trash that is food or has food on it. (Example: Chicken bones, spoiled potatoes, used paper plates)
Q: What is the difference between garbage and trash ?
A: Garbage  which comes from the bathroom and kitchen of a house like organic waste, clothes, paper products etc.; where as trash is all the other waste which does not come from bathroom and kitchen like furniture, junk, garden and lawn trash, household hazardous waste etc
Q: What is the difference between garbage, litter and trash, rubbish ?
A: Garbage, trash, and rubbish are all basically the same. Trash is the most common in American English, and we don't really say rubbish. Rubbish is mostly used in the UK. Litter is trash that's left in a place it's not supposed to be, like on the road, beaches, sidewalks, etc.
Q: What is the difference between garbage can and trash can ?
A: Well, to me the difference isn't that big, so it will be ok if you say either of it in daily life
What I think of is the small bin you will put in your room. Unlike "dumpster" it is the large one in your backyard:)
Q: What is the difference between did you take out the garbage? and did you take away the garbage? and did you throw away the garbage? and did you trash the garbage? ?
A: #1 sounds natural. Take what is in the trash can outside to be picked up by the trash man.
#2 does not sound natural
#3 Sounds natural. Put the garbage in the trash can
#4 does not sound natural

Translations of "Garbage"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ゴミを捨てます I’ll throw away garbage?
A: I’ll throw away THE garbage
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? garbage pickup point
A: Do you mean for each house?

We don't usually have a special place. It's normally by the gate next to the pavement.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's the different between garbage and trash? Thank you🙏
A: I don't think if there's any significant difference. You can use both of them, as you want ☺️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? garbage
A: Garbage
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? you throwing garbage or dishes to the dustbin
A: The most natural would be "throwing rubbish in the bin"

Other questions about "Garbage"

Q: I'm very sorry,could you throw out the garbage? does this sound natural?
A: This sounds natural, but in America people usually have a small trash bin inside their houses and a large trash bin that sits at the curb for the dumpster trucks to pick it up so if you are asking someone to throw out the garbage from inside this sounds natural, but if you are emptying the inside bin into the outside bin it sound more natural to say "I'm very sorry, could you take out the trash?" rather than saying can you throw it out as it would be more common. If you need more clarification I can help or reword this if I doesn't make sense.
Q: Crows peck at garbage bags, so don't put out your garbage at night. You're allowed to put out garbage 2 hours before they're picked up in the morning.

How can I make the last sentence better? does this sound natural?
A: Don't put your garbage out at night, since crows will pick at the garbage. You're allowed to put your garbage out 2 hours before the morning pick up.
Q: Can you make this better?

"Can you put out the garbage on your way to work"? does this sound natural?
A: Can you take out the garbage on your way to work?
Q: About garbage:
If my sentences are wrong, I would like you to change them to more natural English please.
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There are two garbage boxes around the reception in this lodge, but these are for cans and plastic bottles which are sold only by this lodge.
You shouldn't throw away the other garbage into them. Please take all your litter with you. does this sound natural?
A: @dorome: "There are two garbage boxes in the reception of this lodge, these are for cans and plastic bottles which are sold only by this lodge. Any other garbage is not permitted in these garbage boxes. Please take all your litter with you." This might make more sense.
Q: The garbage can is already full. Do you want me to replace the plastic bag with spare one? does this sound natural?
A: Your sentence makes sense as is. But yes, it would sound a little more natural to use the word "another". You can also just say "Do you want me to take out the trash?" This phrase makes it clear that you want to throw away the trash and replace the plastic bag with a new empty one.

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