On the Internet you come across the term “trash” for the first time and ask yourself what that means? We explain to you what is behind the abbreviation and when it is used.
That means trash: inferior, cheap
The abbreviation “trash” is an English term and translated into German means “garbage”. This word is often used to describe something as inferior or cheap, for example a product, art, film, literature or entertainment.
Let’s explain the whole thing using the example of a so-called “trash film”: One can speak of a trash film if the film lacks any plot, the budget has been kept at the lowest level and the acting performance is at a very low level.
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Trash can also be successful
However, trash does not mean that something is not justified. There have been many examples in the past that have shown that trash films also have a large following and can be loved. “Sharknado” and “The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” are examples of this, or think of all the trash TV series à la Bachelor and Co.
Basically, trash can be anything, the new album of your favorite artist, the new offshoot of a game series, the trailer or the spin-off, even people or NPCs can be called trash if they behave accordingly.
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