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Bin and similar can mean:
- A kind of receptacle, especially a wastebin or recycling bin.
- A "bin box" or pallet sized container: bulk box
- A coal bin
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"bin" can mean:
- Bin (city), a settlement in Xia- and Shang-dynasty China
- Bin, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran
- Bin County, Shaanxi in Xianyang, Shaanxi, China
- Bin County, Heilongjiang in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China
Science and mathematics
- In mathematics, the histogram of a discrete variable that can acquire m different values is called an "m-bin histogram"
- In statistics, each of a series of ranges of numerical value into which data are sorted in statistical analysis  (see Data binning)
- Bin (computational geometry), space partitioning data structure to enable fast region queries and nearest neighbor search
- In video editing, a bin is a location, real or virtual, for storing media to be used in a production
- Sin bin, an informal name for a penalty box in sports
- In Arabic personal names, "son of", e.g. in "Hamad bin Khalid bin Hamad" (a variant of ibn)
- Bini language (ISO code: bin), a language of Edo State, Nigeria
"BIN" can mean:
- Bank Identification Number
- Business identification number
- Believe in Nothing
- Belgian Institute for Normalization
- British India (FIFA country code: BIN), the portions of present-day India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Myanmar that were under British colonial rule
- "Buy It Now", a purchasing method on eBay
- Badan Intelijen Negara, Indonesia's State Intelligence Agency
"Bins" can mean:
- the plural of bin
- informal name for binoculars
- All pages beginning with "BIN"
- All pages with a title containing BIN
- All pages beginning with "bin"
- All pages with a title containing bin
- Money bin, a fictional structure of Scrooge McDuck
- Binary (disambiguation)
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