Definitions for "Garbage"
Offal, as the bowels of an animal or fish; refuse animal or vegetable matter from a kitchen; hence, anything worthless, disgusting, or loathsome.
To strip of the bowels; to clean.
Solid waste or trash (anything that we throw away).
1. A string of unwanted, meaningless, or unintelligible characters produced by error. 2. Incorrect input to a computer. See GIGO.
A string of meaningless characters that bears no resemblance to your document. It's an indication that your computer and peripheral device are using different bauds or data formats.
Unwanted or meaningless information being stored in a file or used in a process.
Keywords:  happy, album, manson, machiavelli, tism
A dream of contrary, usually a positive omen. Taking out the garbage symbolizes jettisoning all the “garbage” in your life that is holding you back from success. Walking through or past garbage indicates passing by or over negative influences and thus heading for happiness and good fortune.
Garbage is a Scottish/American rock group formed in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1994. The band members are Duke Erikson, Shirley Manson, Steve Marker and Butch Vig.
Garbage is the debut album by the band Garbage. It was released on August 15, 1995 on Almo Sounds in North America and on October 2, 1995 on Mushroom Records UK in the United Kingdom. The first two hit-singles from this album were "Vow" and "Only Happy When It Rains".
memory that had been allocated but is no longer reachable by a process
Garbage, in the context of computer science, refers to objects, data, or other regions of the memory of a computer system (or other system resources), which will not be used in any future computation by the system, or by a program running on it. As computer systems all have finite amounts of memory, it is frequently necessary to deallocate garbage and return it to the heap, or memory pool, so the underlying memory can be reused.
Matches or promotions that have no wrestling but pure violence. Use of nothing but weapons and violent gimmick matches.
A bad throw. You may hear someone say "good Garbage" when someone, despite the bad throw, makes a great catch.
an all-encompassing term used to denote variable values that are undefined, or bad input into a program.
Keywords:  leakage, see
See “leakage.