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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

1. tv. & in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. She turned green, and I knew she was going to dump.
2. in. to defecate. (see also dump one’s load.) He dumped and then came back.
3. n. an act of defecation. (Usually objectionable.) He had a dump and then came back.
4. n. a low or cheap establishment; a joint. My mama didn’t raise me to spend the rest of my days in a run-down dump like this.

Dump it

tv. throw it away. We don’t need it. Get rid of it! Dump it!
See also: dump
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The Examiner visited the scene and found a pill box with the name of a patient on it among the waste dumped.
He added that local government department is serious to acquire land for solid waste of Peshawar and properly dumped it, adding that in Maryum Zai area near Badbher area of Peshawar where land has been finalized but because of the local area people complained that project is stopped.
According to Section 4 of Anti-dumping Ordinance,2000 a product is considered to be dumped if it is sold in Pakistan at a price which is <its normal value, in exporting country.
Noting that "none of the Chinese exporting producers cooperated in the investigation," the Council said that exports from the country into the Union were dumped with margins ranging from 13.6% to 61.8%.
"In the last two months we've had an inflated amount of dumped tires," Strunk said, no pun intended.
I'VE dumped all of my girlfriends by text, and I'd do it again.
ratification of the Basel Convention, an international treaty drafted in 1989 that aims to prevent hazardous wastes from being dumped in the developing world (wastes exported for reuse and recycling are allowed under the treaty, however).
The low profile Centri-Sifter centrifugal screener with integral bag dump station removes oversize contaminants and de-lumps manually dumped bulk materials.
"We are determined to get tough on fly-tippers and delighted that a responsible resident rang through to report the dumped waste.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal ruled August 18 that dumped imports of frozen, self-rising pizzas from the United States are not injuring domestic production of the goods.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has rebuffed calls from the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) for increased European Union (EU) tariff protection against dumped styrene-butadiene-styrene thermoplastic rubber (SBS).
The North's Minister for the Environment Angela Smith is expected to meet with Minister Martin Cullen to discuss her growing concern about the illegal waste activity which has seen thousands of tonnes of waste from the Republic dumped in over 20 sites in the North.
"This is what we're trying to promote now: Each industry [should] be responsible for its own waste." Gasca says the city is urging the construction industry to do something similar to recycle worksite debris, which is often dumped illegally in ravines or forests.
Most operator manuals for dump trailers caution about making sure that the load is dumped on level ground because the extension of a long box into the air can be hazardous with even the smallest degree of tilt to the chassis.
Sand reclamation is not a replacement for new sand purchases--it merely keeps the useful material in the sand for the maximum amount of time, reducing both the amount of new sand required and used sand to be dumped. Reclaimed sand doesn't require the same properties as new sand, but it must achieve the required properties for the castings being produced.