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trash

1. slang To discard or throw away something. I've always regretted trashing my old collection of toys. A: "Do you still want these old newspapers?" B: "Nah, you can trash them."
2. slang To utterly or thoroughly dirty, damage, or destroy something or some place. Rioters trashed the homes and businesses in the area. Those people you brought to the party totally trashed our house.
3. slang To criticize, disparage, or lambaste someone or something very severely. Critics have so far trashed the movie, calling it vulgar and offensive. She has taken to trashing her opponents in speeches and interviews.
4. verb, slang To defeat an opponent decisively. The final score was 17-1? Wow, we really trashed that team!
5. noun, slang Someone who is regarded as worthless and insignificant. I grew up poor, so the rich people of this town definitely saw me as trash.
6. noun, slang Someone who is despicable, especially due to vile behavior. My ex is trash. What he did is completely unredeemable.
7. noun, slang Someone who is fully aware of their extreme interest and investment in fandoms and/or their tendency to become extremely interested and invested in fandoms. Despite the negative connotations of "trash," this usage is typically a proud or self-deprecating identifier, in the manner of a reclaimed term. Oh, I'd be more than happy to share my many MCU theories with you, like the trash I am. In case you forgot that I'm trash, why not read some of my recent slash fiction?
8. adjective, slang Stupid or inane, especially of something posted online. Despite the negative connotations of "trash," this usage is often positive or affectionate. Here, have some more trash memes I made—just what everyone wants!

trash out

1. To speak in a severely critical, disparaging, or insulting way about someone or something. A noun or pronoun is used between "trash" and "out." You didn't have to trash out my idea like that during the meeting, Tom. The incumbent senator has been trashing her opponent out in the papers recently.
2. To dirty or pollute some area or space with trash or as if with trash; to make a real mess of some place. A noun or pronoun is used between "trash" and "out." People have been trashing out the park in our neighborhood recently. You can have some friends over while we're gone, but don't trash the house out!
See also: out, trash

trashed

1. slang Drunk. I only meant to go for a beer or two, but I ended up getting totally trashed. She was so trashed that she could barely walk.
2. slang In a state of total ruin, destruction, or disorder. The apartment was completely trashed after the party. The car was too trashed after the accident to be worth fixing.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

trash

1. tv. to throw something away. Trash this stuff. Nobody will ever use it.
2. n. a low, worthless person; worthless people. Running around with that trash—no wonder he’s in trouble.
3. tv. to vandalize something. Somebody trashed the statue with spray paint.
4. tv. to beat, as in a ball game. You trashed us this game, but watch out next season!
5. tv. to libel someone. Who is the chick who was trashing Bart in the newspapers?

trashed

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (Collegiate.) Let’s all get trashed and raid the girls’ dorm.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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