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wastepaper basket (chiefly British) a small, open container for holding discarded items; wastebasket.
waste pipe a pipe that carries away drainage, waste water, excess steam, or the like.
waste-to-energy the process of producing heat or electricity from waste. [2 definitions]
wastewater water that has been used for some purpose by humans, such as in industry or for sanitation, and contains any of various types of contaminants.
wasting making gradually weaker, thinner, or less energetic. [2 definitions]
wastrel someone who is wasteful, esp. with money. [2 definitions]
watch to use one's eyes to observe (something) with uninterrupted attention. [10 definitions]
watchable combined form of watch.
watchband a band or strap of leather, cloth, or flexible metal links, designed to hold a wristwatch on the wrist.
watchcase the metal or plastic covering of a watch's mechanism.
watchdog a dog trained to guard property against intruders. [2 definitions]
watcher a person who watches, esp. one who keeps vigil.
watch fire a nocturnal fire used as a signal or for providing heat and light to guards.
watchful closely or attentively observant; alert; vigilant.
watch it to be wary or careful.
watchmaker someone who makes or fixes watches.
watchman a man who keeps watch over or guards something, such as a building, esp. at night.
watch night New Year's Eve, or a religious meeting or service held at this time.
watch oneself to proceed with care. [2 definitions]
watch one's p's and q's to be careful in one's behavior, esp. not to give offense.
watch out to be alert and careful with respect to some danger (often fol. by "for" or a clause beginning with "that"). [2 definitions]