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  • Info WASTE was a peer-to-peer and friend-to-friend protocol and software application developed by Justin Frankel at Nullsoft in 2003 that features instant messaging, chat rooms, and file browsing/sharing capabilities.
  • The country-specific status of high-level waste management plans are described below.
  • The school also has an on-site waste-water treatment centre.
  • He was that near death and his water was sure to be wasted.
  • To develop an idea of the waste weight amount produced a year the table below was created.
  • Wasting no time the band quickly started working on the next album.
  • So he might as well stay back for dinner or else the food will get wasted.
  • There is a good human being with a big heart wasting away on his own.
  • He wasted away to death, being unable to leave that which he loved.
  • Either you do not mean what you say, in which case you are wasting my time.
  • As such, his life is not wasted, and he remains united to his object.
  • Mass wasting processes thus began to become relatively more important than they were before.
  • She felt she was wasting her time, waiting to go on a date with him.
  • They are also involved in waste management and research.
  • He told me it'd be a waste of time.
  • Waste from the top level dropped behind a false wall into a pit.
  • The large amount of time he has spent in prison has left him feeling that he has wasted his life.
  • It would also reduce the amount of time wasted looking for a place to park.
  • I'd better do it, here and now, without wasting time by any further change. Cited from The Brentons, by Anna Chapin Ray
  • Michael then says that so much of life is wasted by not saying what people want and should say.
  • The most important waste stream from nuclear power plants is spent nuclear fuel.
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Meaning of waste

  • noun Any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted
    they collect the waste once a week, much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers
  • noun Useless or profitless activity; using or expending or consuming thoughtlessly or carelessly
    if the effort brings no compensating gain it is a waste, mindless dissipation of natural resources
  • noun (law) reduction in the value of an estate caused by act or neglect
  • verb Spend thoughtlessly; throw away
    He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends, You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree
  • verb Use inefficiently or inappropriately
    waste heat, waste a joke on an unappreciative audience
  • verb Get rid of
    We waste the dirty water by channeling it into the sewer
  • verb Run off as waste
    The water wastes back into the ocean
  • verb Cause to grow thin or weak
    The treatment emaciated him
  • verb Become physically weaker
    Political prisoners are wasting away in many prisons all over the world