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Pronunciation of Rubbished: Learn how to pronounce Rubbished in English correctly

Learn how to say Rubbished correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word rubbish:

noun
[mass noun] chiefly British
waste material; refuse or litter:
householders may be charged for the removal of non-recyclable rubbish
material that is considered unimportant or valueless:
she had to sift through the rubbish in every drawer
absurd, nonsensical, or worthless talk or ideas:
critics said their work was a load of rubbish
[as exclamation]:
some MPs yelled ‘Rubbish!’
verb
[with object] British informal
criticize severely and reject as worthless:
he rubbished the idea of a European Community-wide carbon tax
adjective
British informal
very bad; worthless or useless:
people might say I was a rubbish manager
she was rubbish at maths
Origin:
late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French rubbous; perhaps related to Old French robe ‘spoils’; compare with rubble. The change in the ending was due to association with -ish1. The verb (1950s) was originally Australian and New Zealand slang