"trash" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

trash
[træʃ]
sustantivo
1. bazofia (f) basura (f) (worthless objects); basura (f) (refuse) (Estados Unidos)
  • that book/film is a load of trash (familiar) -> ese libro/esa película es pura bazofia
  • trash can -> cubo (m) de la basura (Estados Unidos)
verbo transitivo
2. destrozar (familiar) (vandalize)

trash [trash]
sustantivo
1. Heces, porquería, desecho, zupia o cualquier otra cosa de ninguna entidad ni valor, basura (garbage).
2. Una persona vil o indigna, escoria (worthless people).
3. Tierra, greda.
1. Podar: deshojar, quitar las hoja
sustantivo
2. Tirar a la basura.
3. Criticar.
4. Destrozar.
va. poner verde.

trash [træʃ] (US)
noun
1 (rubbish) basura (f); desperdicios (m)
2 tonterías (f); babosadas (f); (LAm)
the book is trash el libro es una basura; he talks a lot of trash no dice más que tonterías; trash! ¡tonterías!
3 (people)
(human) trash gente (f) inútil; gentuza (f)
verb:transitive
1 (wreck) hacer polvo (informal); destrozar
Would they trash the place when the party was over? The building had been trashed and its electricity supply cut
2 (criticize) [+person] poner verde (informal); [+ideas] poner por los suelos
People asked why the candidates spent so much time trashing each other
modifier
trash can (n) cubo (m) de la basura; bote (m) de la basura; tarro (m) de la basura; (LAm)
trash heap (n) basurero (m)

Verb Conjugations for "trash" (go to la basura)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I trash I trashed I will trash
you trash you trashed you will trash
he/she trashes he/she trashed he/she will trash
we trash we trashed we will trash
you trash you trashed you will trash
they trash they trashed they will trash
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