You know that thing in the kitchen sink that goes KKKRRRRRR and in every horror movie someone puts their hand into it and then there is blood everywhere?
(I blame Supernatural for never ever having one in my own kitchen)
You call it "garbage disposal."
We call it "konyhamalac" - which literally means "kitchen piglet"
(It's the official designation of the appliance)
Incidentally, we also call people "konyhamalac" if they are the designated person in the household who eats the leftovers - and the foods that have been in the fridge for slightly longer than what you are comfortable with but they are completely fine with it. Cast iron stomach. In-house cleaning service. Every household has one (they often double as a boyfriend.)
I was surprised the first time I used the English term "kitchen pig" and got a lot of confused stares from my American friends. I somehow assumed it was a term of American origin - since every time I hear it, I have flashbacks to the Flintstones:
Now, I can't tell if the Hungarian term originated from the Flintstones, or is something completely separate and accidental... but seems like it is here to stay.