Bin

is a bunker or silo used for storage.

Bin

A large container of processed aggregate holding anything from 1 tonne to 60 tonnes.

bin

  1. a container; usually has a lid
  2. an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations; the first part shows the location and the second identifies the bank itself

BIN

Bin and similar can mean: ==bin== `bin` can mean: ===Computing=== ===People=== ===Places=== ===Science and mathematics=== ===Other uses=== `BIN` can mean: ==bins== `Bins` can mean: == See also == ...
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Bin

• (v. t.) To put into a bin; as, to bin wine. • An old form of Be and Been. • (n.) A box, frame, crib, or inclosed place, used as a receptacle for any commodity; as, a corn bin; a wine bin; a coal bin.
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bin

noun a container; usually has a lid
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Bin

[city] Bin was the ancestral home of the Ji clan after Buzhu moved them from Tai after resigning his post in the Xia. The clan maintained control over the settlement until Ancient Duke Danfu removed them again and led his people to Zhou along the Wei River. ...
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Bin

[computational geometry] In computational geometry, the bin data structure allows efficient region queries, i.e., if there are some axis-aligned rectangles on a 2D plane, answer the question Given a query rectangle, return all rectangles intersecting it. kd-tree is another data structure that can answer this question efficiently. In the exa...
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Bin

Bin noun [ Middle English binne , Anglo-Saxon binn manager, crib; perhaps akin to Dutch ben , benne , basket, and to Latin benna a kind of carriage ( a Gallic word), W. benn , men , wain, cart.] A box, frame, crib, or inclosed place, used as a receptac...
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Bin

Bin transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Binned ; present participle & verbal noun Binning .] To put into a bin; as, to bin wine.
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Bin

Bin An old form of Be and Been . [ Obsolete]
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BIN

A file which may contain virtually any type of data, it is encoded in a base-2 number system (binary code) for archiving purposes on a computer. It's use spreads across all computing and is not limited to video.
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bin

A merchandising container for bulk product display. See warehouse slot.
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Bin

Bin is British slang for to throw away, reject.
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bin

binary
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BIN

Binary / Binary program folder / Logical container / Bank Identification Number, details ...
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bin

crate designed to accommodate NIM modules
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Bin

In, on, beside.
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bin

[n] - the quantity contained in a bin 2. [n] - a container 3. [v] - store in bins
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