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When we use our normal English in conversation, we have a mental picture of the noun or pronoun we use for descriptive purposes.
For example, “to,” “too” and “two” are all pronounced the same, but have totally different meanings.
Therefore, consider the word “waste.” We can say the word identifies that which is left after we finish using an item (i.e., potato peelings, worn out brooms, tires, etc.).
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