Synonyms of trash in English:

trash


See US English definition of trash

See UK English definition of trash

See Spanish definition of basura

noun

1‘the subway entrance was blocked with trash’

SYNONYMS
waste, waste material, refuse, litter, garbage, debris, junk, dross, detritus, sweepings, dregs, remains
British rubbish
vulgar slang crap

2‘politicians should think and inquire before they speak trash’

SYNONYMS
nonsense, drivel, pap, gibberish, balderdash, bunkum, humbug, moonshine
British rubbish
informal bull, poppycock, gobbledygook, hot air, twaddle, tommyrot, bunk, tripe, bilge, piffle, bosh, hooey
British informal tosh, rot
North American informal garbage, flapdoodle, blathers, wack, bushwa, applesauce
US informal bellywash
vulgar slang crap, bullshit
North American vulgar slang crapola
Australian, New Zealand vulgar slang bulldust
ANTONYMS

logic, good sense

3‘get home, you convict trash!’

SYNONYMS
rabble, scum, vermin, dregs, good-for-nothings, lowest of the low, underclass, the dregs, untouchables, the hoi polloi
canaille
informal riff-raff

verb

1‘they trashed their guitars and threw them into the audience’

SYNONYMS
wreck, ruin, damage, destroy
deface, mar, spoil, vandalize
informal total

2‘his directorial debut had been trashed by the critics’

SYNONYMS
criticize, lambast, censure, attack, insult, abuse, give a bad press to, condemn, flay, savage
informal pan, knock, take to pieces, pull apart, take apart, crucify, hammer, slam, bash, roast, maul, throw brickbats at
British informal slate, rubbish, slag off
North American bad-mouth, pummel