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Middle English "the offal of a fowl, giblets, kitchen waste", originally "refuse, what is purged away" from Old French garber "to refine, make neat or clean", of Patrono:Gem[[Category:Patrono:Gem derivations|Garbage]] origin, akin to Old High German garawan "to prepare, make ready", Old English ġearwian (to make ready, adorn). More at garb, yare, gear

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Garbage

Plural
uncountable

Garbage (uncountable)
  1. Any leftover waste or scraps or material deemed useless or disposable.
  2. Nonsense; gibberish.
  3. space debris
  4. offal, particularly the entrails

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Infinitive
to Garbage

Third person singular
Garbages

Simple past
garbaged

Past participle
garbaged

Present participle
garbaging

to Garbage (third-person singular simple present Garbages, present participle garbaging, simple past and past participle garbaged)
  1. (transitive) To eviscerate.

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