waste

waste
отходы имя существительное:
отходы (waste, waste products, refuse, tailings, tails, cheeseparings)
потери (losses, casualties, toll, waste, wastage)
лом (scrap, crowbar, waste, debris, pinch, dwang)
пустыня (desert, wilderness, waste, sands, wilds, Sahara)
угар (waste, loss, carbon monoxide, refuse, cotton waste, loss in yarn)
отбросы (garbage, waste, dregs, scum, refuse, offal)
обрезки (trimming, cuttings, waste, debris, paring, offcut)
порча (damage, deterioration, spoilage, corruption, defacement, waste)
убыль (decrease, diminution, wastage, subsidence, waste)
ущерб (damage, prejudice, harm, detriment, injury, waste)
пустая порода (waste, burden, rubbish, gob, debris, burrow)
излишняя трата (waste)
порча имущества (waste)
убыток (lesion, loss, damage, waste, sacrifice, bad)
небрежное отношение (waste)
отребье (rubbish, waste)
концы (waste)
выделение (discharge, liberation, excretion, secretion, allotment, waste)
глагол:
терять (lose, waste, shed, drop, spend, cast)
тратить впустую (waste, throwaway)
расточать (lavish, waste, squander, scatter, dissipate, consume)
разбазаривать (squander, waste, drivel, slattern)
портить (spoil, deteriorate, ruin, rot, damage, waste)
терять время (waste, loiter away one's time)
истратить (spend, waste, use up)
загубить (waste, do)
истощаться (dwindle, run out, run down, waste, run low, waste away)
опустошать (devastate, ravage, waste, decimate, desolate, raid)
изнурять (run Down, exhaust, wear, harass, fatigue, waste)
чахнуть (languish, waste away, pine, peak, pine away, waste)
приходить к концу (waste, waste away)
имя прилагательное:
негодный (waste, unfit, unqualified, rotten, dud, dead)
отработанный (waste, used)
ненужный (unnecessary, unwanted, waste, needless, superfluous, otiose)
пустынный (deserted, desert, lonely, waste, untrodden, lonesome)
лишний (excess, extra, redundant, unnecessary, odd, waste)
невозделанный (uncultivated, untilled, fallow, waste, wild, virgin)
незаселенный (unsettled, empty, devoid of inhabitants, waste)
опустошенный (devastated, desolated, waste, low, lower)
бракованный (waste, no-good)
отходящий (waste)
оставленный (abandoned, derelict, desert, waste)
бросовый (waste, cast-off)
фановый (waste)
выхлопной (exhaust, waste)

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  • Waste — Waste, a. [OE. wast, OF. wast, from L. vastus, influenced by the kindred German word; cf. OHG. wuosti, G. w[ u]st, OS. w?sti, D. woest, AS. w[=e]ste. Cf. {Vast}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Desolate; devastated; stripped; bare; hence, dreary; dismal;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • waste — [wāst] vt. wasted, wasting [ME wasten < NormFr waster < L vastare, to lay waste, devastate (< vastus: see VAST): infl. by Gmc * wostjan > OHG wuosten] 1. to destroy; devastate; ruin 2. to wear away; consume gradually; use up 3. to… …   English World dictionary

  • Waste — Waste, n. [OE. waste; cf. the kindred AS. w[=e]sten, OHG. w[=o]st[=i], wuost[=i], G. w[ u]ste. See {Waste}, a. & v.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act of wasting, or the state of being wasted; a squandering; needless destruction; useless consumption or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Waste — Waste, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Wasted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Wasting}.] [OE. wasten, OF. waster, guaster, gaster, F. g[^a]ter to spoil, L. vastare to devastate, to lay waste, fr. vastus waste, desert, uncultivated, ravaged, vast, but influenced by a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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