Another exemple coming back to me now, SNOB; you find and use the same word in french. Where is the different between ETYMOLOGY, and ETYMYTHOLOGY?
Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, the text Watt cites as a landmark in the emergence of formal realism, by about thirty years--my students noted the presence of both realistic and unrealistic characters and settings, a concurrence that would seem to trouble Watt's hypothesis.
Although with the new bins with wheels I have heard wheelie bin being used as well.
a container in which household rubbish is kept for disposal. Contributor's comments: From Sydney, I've always referred to these as 'garbage tins' but I've noticed that my children at a Northern Suburbs school seem to refer to the bins at the school as 'rubbish bins'.
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