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Oxford dictionary definition of the word litter:
1 [mass noun] rubbish such as paper, tins, and bottles left lying in an open or public place:
always clear up after a picnic and never drop litter
a litter bin
[in singular] an untidy collection of things lying about:
a litter of sleeping bags on the floor
2a number of young animals born to an animal at one time:
a litter of five kittens
3 (also cat litter) [mass noun] granular absorbent material lining a tray in which a cat can urinate and defecate when indoors:
a plastic litter tray
4 [mass noun] straw or other plant matter used as bedding for animals:
the plant burns discarded litter from poultry farms
(also leaf litter) decomposing but recognizable leaves and other debris forming a layer on top of the soil, especially in forests:
the spiders live in leaf litter
5 historical a structure used to transport people, containing a bed or seat enclosed by curtains and carried on men’s shoulders or by animals.
a framework with a couch for transporting the sick and wounded.
1make (a place or area) untidy with rubbish or a large number of objects left lying about:
clothes and newspapers littered the floor
the sitting room was littered with books
[with object and adverbial] leave (rubbish or a number of objects) lying untidily in a place:
there was broken glass littered about
(usually be littered with) fill with examples of a particular thing, typically something bad or unpleasant:
news pages have been littered with doom and gloom about company collapses
2 archaic provide (a horse or other animal) with litter as bedding.
Middle English (in litter (sense 5 of the noun)): from Old French litiere, from medieval Latin lectaria, from Latin lectus ‘bed’. Sense 1 dates from the mid 18th century