binnoun

  • ja容器、ゴミ箱
  • ena container or box for storing a specified substance, such as trash, recyclables, etc.

Examples

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Can't the Bible be upgraded?
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Alas, the Bible is not an iPhone.
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Again, what a shame.
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Not at all.
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Anything that can be upgraded, like an iPhone, eventually ends up in the bin,
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only to be replaced by a more expensive model.
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So Fernando actually let me know that I can't flush toilet paper anymore.
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And actually, I have to discard it in a separate bin right next to the toilet.
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- So Kristen got home. - So —
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Well, first I sent her this video.
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And she goes, “Oh, my God. What? You taught her to ride a motorcycle?"
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And I go, “Yeah, it's fine.
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Look, she didn't crash.
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- Everything's good." - Yeah.
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And she got home.
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And I had left the box for it in the recycling bin.
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And it said on there — 13 and over.
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- Not everything is $14.99 in there or $14. - No. Just a mandolin?
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- Yeah. - Probably they're on sale 'cause nobody plays them.
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Possibly.
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- There's a whole bin of them or something. - Possibly.
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And the first take, he goes, “Take that last piece of yellowtail.”
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And I go, “No, no, buddy. You have it."
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And he eats it.
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So had to eat 80 pieces of raw yellowtail that night as we shot the scene.
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And then, by the end of the night, he was throwing up into a trash bin.
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If you have a laptop, put it in a separate bin.
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Take out your cellphones, bracelets, metal.
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Now to begin with,
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I'm writing you up for these tainted French Fries that came out of your nose!
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Woah!
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Good heavens!
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Look at the dirt in this burger bin!
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Minus 10 points.
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Hey guys.
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We're not doing anything.
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I need bins, so this is perfect.