bins

/ (bɪnz) /


pl n
  1. Northern English dialect a pair of glasses

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How to use bins in a sentence

  • These big dredges were built with great bins in their holds and equipped with powerful 20-inch centrifugal pumps.

    The Panama Canal | Frederic Jennings Haskin
  • Reading the figures from his list he selected various components from bins and quickly assembled a power holster and gun.

    Deathworld | Harry Harrison
  • A portion of the cellar that has a dirt floor is a very good place to put the bins containing such vegetables.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2 | Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
  • The three Servants achieve dignified positions in front of the bins.

  • However, the Mayor was a bon-vivant, and I do not wish to have a better set of bins to pick from.