Delete files is the most frequent task all over the world of computer. Whenever the files being deleted, it will be automatically sent to the Trash. I think you all know.
However, what happens if the Trash folder is not visible, i.e. there isn't any Trash folder in your thumbdrive, am I right?
If you're not using thumbdrive, then you're right. However, if you are at this moment using thumbdrive, I recommended using this Terminal language to clear the trashes.
Without doing so, the trashes will accumulate on your thumbdrive and fill up all the free space. I don't expect that to happen and I think you do too.
ls -laand hit Return
rm -rf .Trash/and again execute the command line with Return
If this case happen, your Mac trash can will disappear, i.e. all your deleted files won't be stored. If you feel this is good for you then leave it like that, if not, follow these steps and you will get brand new trash can.
sudo rm -rf ~/.Trash/
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