Dump it

dump

1. noun, slang Any building that is or looks very run-down or decrepit. Why they decided to move their office into a dump like this is beyond me. I know this place is a dump, but it's all we could afford.
2. noun, slang Any building or room, especially a residential one, that is extremely untidy and unclean. This room is a dump, Bradley! You're not going anywhere until you've cleaned it! Their apartment was so nice when they first moved in, but they've let it turn into a real dump over the years.
3. noun, rude slang An act or instance of defecation. Be right back, I've got to go take a dump.
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Dump it

tv. throw it away. We don’t need it. Get rid of it! Dump it!
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But we can no longer sweep it under the carpet or dump it in the local field as the case may be.
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"We'd dig out the uranium with a shovel and a pick, dump it in the car and send it out," he says.
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