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    waste
    [wāst]
    verb
    waste (verb) · wastes (third person present) · wasted (past tense) · wasted (past participle) · wasting (present participle)
    1. use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose:
      "we can't afford to waste electricity" · "I don't use the car, so why should I waste precious money on it?"
      Opposite:
      • (be wasted on)
        bestow or expend on an unappreciative recipient:
        "her small talk was wasted on this guest"
      • (be wasted)
        fail to make full or good use of:
        "we're wasted in this job"
    2. (of a person or a part of the body) become progressively weaker and more emaciated:
      "she was visibly wasting away"
      • archaic
        make progressively weaker and more emaciated:
        "these symptoms wasted the patients very much"
    3. literary
      devastate or ruin (a place):
      "he seized their cattle and wasted their country"
      Opposite:
    4. literary
      (of time) pass away; be spent:
      "the years were wasting"
    adjective
    waste (adjective)
    1. (of a material, substance, or byproduct) eliminated or discarded as no longer useful or required after the completion of a process:
      "ensure that waste materials are disposed of responsibly" · "plants produce oxygen as a waste product"
      Opposite:
    noun
    waste (noun) · wastes (plural noun)
    1. an act or instance of using or expending something carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose:
      "it's a waste of time trying to argue with him" · "they had learned to avoid waste"
    2. material that is not wanted; the unusable remains or byproducts of something:
      "bodily waste" · "hazardous industrial wastes"
    3. (wastes)
      a large area of barren, typically uninhabited land:
      "the icy wastes of the Antarctic"
    4. law
      damage to an estate caused by an act or by neglect, especially by a life-tenant.
    Origin
    Middle English: from Old Northern French wast(e) (noun), waster (verb), based on Latin vastus ‘unoccupied, uncultivated’.
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