dirty, soiled, unclean(adj)
soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime
"dirty unswept sidewalks"; "a child in dirty overalls"; "dirty slums"; "piles of dirty dishes"; "put his dirty feet on the clean sheet"; "wore an unclean shirt"; "mining is a dirty job"; "Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves"
spick-and-span, pure, legal, unused, calm, washed, antiseptic, clean, incorrupt, dry-cleaned, immaculate, amicable, speckless, unobjectionable, pristine, spic-and-span, spotless, unsullied, fair, just, cleanable, nice, spick, unsoiled, legible, cleanly, scrubbed, fresh, uncontaminating, unspotted, water-washed, spic, unstained, make clean
(of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency
"dirty words"; "a dirty old man"; "dirty books and movies"; "boys telling dirty jokes"; "has a dirty mouth"
scrubbed, clean, dry-cleaned, pure, speckless, legal, unused, amicable, water-washed, immaculate, cleanly, unsullied, nice, antiseptic, fair, spotless, spic-and-span, spick-and-span, washed, unstained, fresh, cleanable, uncontaminating, unsoiled, spick, spic, incorrupt, unspotted, calm, unobjectionable, pristine, just, legible, make clean
dirty, filthy, lousy(adj)
"a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor"
soiled, cruddy, smutty, unsporting, unsportsmanlike, lousy, stinky, dingy, crappy, filthy, cheating(a), nasty, stinking, unclean, rotten, shitty, pestiferous, marked-up, ill-gotten, foul, contaminating, sordid, icky, muddy, muddied
pure, spic, water-washed, scrubbed, unsullied, spick, unsoiled, clean, incorrupt, spic-and-span, antiseptic, speckless, legible, nice, amicable, calm, pristine, fair, unstained, just, unused, fresh, dry-cleaned, immaculate, legal, cleanly, spick-and-span, unobjectionable, cleanable, spotless, uncontaminating, unspotted, washed, make clean
spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination
"the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout"
calm, dry-cleaned, pure, spic-and-span, incorrupt, spick, immaculate, legible, unstained, antiseptic, cleanable, water-washed, unobjectionable, just, cleanly, washed, fair, legal, spotless, speckless, unsullied, unused, clean, spic, uncontaminating, pristine, unsoiled, spick-and-span, amicable, scrubbed, unspotted, nice, fresh, make clean
contaminated with infecting organisms
"dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
vexatious, soiled, pestilent, unsporting, irritating, unsportsmanlike, lousy, dingy, vexing, filthy, teasing, galling, cheating(a), plaguy, bothersome, unclean, plaguey, corruptive, pestiferous, marked-up, ill-gotten, pesky, pestering, foul, contaminating, nettlesome, annoying, sordid, pestilential, perversive, muddy, muddied
water-washed, dry-cleaned, antiseptic, clean, unspotted, nice, spick, spotless, pristine, calm, immaculate, spic-and-span, scrubbed, fair, unstained, just, unused, unsoiled, fresh, amicable, washed, pure, uncontaminating, unsullied, spic, legal, unobjectionable, legible, speckless, incorrupt, cleanable, spick-and-span, cleanly, make clean
dirty, dingy, muddied, muddy(adj)
(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear
"dirty" is often used in combination; "a dirty (or dingy) white"; "the muddied grey of the sea"; "muddy colors"; "dirty-green walls"; "dirty-blonde hair"
filthy, raunchy, marked-up, sloughy, foul, lousy, sordid, sloppy, dismal, soiled, disconsolate, turbid, grungy, pestiferous, marshy, begrimed, gloomy, blue, muddied, cheating(a), swampy, unclean, mucky, boggy, grimy, dark, grim, miry, soggy, ill-gotten, unsportsmanlike, grubby, unsporting, contaminating, squashy, cloudy, sorry, muddy, murky, drab, mirky, dingy, waterlogged, dreary, drear, quaggy
unsoiled, speckless, amicable, incorrupt, antiseptic, clean, fair, legible, spic, pure, washed, spic-and-span, unspotted, scrubbed, dry-cleaned, unused, nice, cleanly, calm, unstained, immaculate, cleanable, fresh, spick-and-span, spotless, water-washed, unsullied, legal, spick, unobjectionable, just, uncontaminating, pristine, make clean
dirty, foul, marked-up(adj)
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes
"foul (or dirty) copy"
filthy, noisome, fetid, revolting, marked-up, foul, lousy, sordid, ill-scented, distasteful, soiled, cruddy, smelly, foetid, pestiferous, disgustful, loathly, disgusting, afoul(ip), muddied, cheating(a), unclean, foul-smelling, loathsome, ill-gotten, yucky, wicked, unsportsmanlike, skanky, nasty, unsporting, contaminating, funky, smutty, stinking, repelling, muddy, repellent, fouled, dingy, repellant
dry-cleaned, unstained, speckless, incorrupt, unsullied, antiseptic, unsoiled, just, nice, clean, legal, spotless, scrubbed, pristine, immaculate, spick-and-span, fresh, spic-and-span, spic, unobjectionable, water-washed, amicable, legible, calm, uncontaminating, cleanly, spick, unused, unspotted, washed, pure, cleanable, fair, make clean
obtained illegally or by improper means
"dirty money"; "ill-gotten gains"
fresh, clean, spick, speckless, spick-and-span, unobjectionable, water-washed, antiseptic, just, cleanable, dry-cleaned, spic, spic-and-span, nice, calm, unused, incorrupt, legal, scrubbed, washed, legible, unspotted, spotless, fair, cleanly, uncontaminating, pristine, unstained, amicable, immaculate, unsullied, pure, unsoiled, make clean
expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
unobjectionable, uncontaminating, spick-and-span, clean, spic, just, antiseptic, spotless, legible, unsoiled, dry-cleaned, unspotted, unsullied, fair, spic-and-span, amicable, unused, spick, fresh, speckless, calm, nice, incorrupt, immaculate, scrubbed, cleanable, water-washed, washed, pure, unstained, cleanly, legal, pristine, make clean
cheating(a), dirty, foul, unsporting, unsportsmanlike(adj)
violating accepted standards or rules
"a dirty fighter"; "used foul means to gain power"; "a nasty unsporting serve"; "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"
antiseptic, spick-and-span, fair, spic-and-span, clean, nice, water-washed, unobjectionable, spotless, spick, unsullied, unstained, legal, legible, scrubbed, incorrupt, unused, cleanable, speckless, washed, spic, calm, immaculate, pure, fresh, unspotted, just, amicable, pristine, unsoiled, uncontaminating, cleanly, dry-cleaned, make clean
unethical or dishonest
"dirty police officers"; "a sordid political campaign"
soiled, unsporting, unsportsmanlike, lousy, dingy, seamy, filthy, squalid, cheating(a), unclean, flyblown, sleazy, pestiferous, marked-up, ill-gotten, seedy, foul, contaminating, sordid, muddy, muddied
unused, dry-cleaned, speckless, clean, unspotted, unobjectionable, unsoiled, spick, cleanly, unstained, antiseptic, pristine, amicable, spic-and-span, spic, spick-and-span, fair, calm, spotless, washed, incorrupt, just, immaculate, uncontaminating, fresh, pure, water-washed, legible, cleanable, unsullied, scrubbed, nice, legal, make clean
"there's dirty weather in the offing"
unspotted, fair, unsullied, clean, scrubbed, calm, dry-cleaned, speckless, cleanly, spick, legal, just, nice, pure, unused, amicable, immaculate, legible, fresh, spic, antiseptic, cleanable, unstained, washed, uncontaminating, unsoiled, pristine, unobjectionable, spic-and-span, water-washed, incorrupt, spick-and-span, spotless, make clean
dirty, soil, begrime, grime, colly, bemire(verb)
make soiled, filthy, or dirty
"don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
spic, cleanly, legal, water-washed, spick-and-span, amicable, spotless, spic-and-span, legible, fresh, immaculate, spick, unobjectionable, unsoiled, speckless, calm, clean, antiseptic, scrubbed, just, uncontaminating, washed, cleanable, nice, unused, pure, unsullied, unspotted, pristine, unstained, incorrupt, fair, dry-cleaned, make clean
Unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.
Despite a walk in the rain, my shoes weren't too dirty.
That makes one unclean; corrupting, infecting.
Don't put that in your mouth, dear, it's dirty.
Dishonourable; violating accepted standards or rules.
He might have scored, but it was a dirty trick that won him the penalty.
Of color, discolored by impurities.
The old flag was a dirty white.
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How to use dirty in a sentence?
I think one of the dirty little secrets is professional politicians want everyone to think it's so hard to do what we do, nobody else can do it. It's hogwash. It isn't so hard. Most of this stuff takes common sense and good judgment and people are frustrated because they don't see commonsense or good judgment in D.C..
Every day the lid is lifted on another case of corruption involving representatives of the national government, one example is what's happening with ex-minister Garcia, who was a hero for the government, and is now a villain. They're airing their dirty laundry ... These gentlemen are responsible for ruining our country.
If you live in a dirty big city, it means that you surely need a pastoral life to make yourself clean!
A woman, generally speaking, likes to hear the dirty jokes and loves to listen to plenty of talks against other women.
I ca n’t tell Martha MacCallum how ashamed I felt, dirty.
Translations for dirty
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- vuil, vaalAfrikaans
- قذر, وسخArabic
- нечестен, циничен, изцапан, неприличен, мръсенBulgarian
- embrutar, brutCatalan, Valencian
- špinavě, špinavý, sprostýCzech
- grumset, beskidt, urenDanish
- verdreckt, schmutzig, verdrecken, dreckig, vulgär, obszön, beschmutzenGerman
- βρώμικος, βρωμερός, βρωμιά, ακάθαρτος, ακαθαρσία, λερωμένοςGreek
- ensuciar, enturbiar, descolorido, sucio, turbio, obscenamente, guarro, verde, manchar, degradar, ensuciarseSpanish
- rivosti, likainen, rumasti, tuhma, törkyinen, liata, tahrata, säädytön, rivo, ruma, likaisesti, hävytön, epäreilusti, törkeä, epäpuhdas, tuhmasti, ryvettää, halpamainen, ryvettyäFinnish
- cochon, sale, salir, se salir, salement, salissant, avilirFrench
- gruzich, smoarchWestern Frisian
- gáirsiúil, salachIrish
- cacaScottish Gaelic
- מלוכלך, הכתים, לכלך, מלכלךHebrew
- गंदा, मैलाHindi
- koszos, piszkos, mocskosHungarian
- lurido, sporco, lercio, sudicio, insudiciare, lordare, sporca, sudicia, sporcare, sporcarsiItalian
- лас, батпақты, кірKazakh
- កខ្វក់, ក្រខ្វក់Khmer
- 더러운, 더럽다Korean
- lewitî, pîs, qirêjî, پیس, rêvin, herrimîKurdish
- баткак, кирKyrgyz
- inquinō, sordidus, impuratusLatin
- nepadorus, nešvankus, purvinas, bjaurus, nešvarusLithuanian
- nosmērēt, nešķīsts, netīrs, neķītrsLatvian
- oneerlijk, smerig, vuil, grof, obsceen, schunnig, vulgair, vies, bevuilenDutch
- niłhin, chin bąąhNavajo, Navaho
- nieprzyzwoity, brudzący, świński, brudzić, sprośny, haniebny, brudnyPolish
- سخا, خيرنPashto, Pushto
- suja, sujo, sujarPortuguese
- murdar, murdări, spurcaRomanian
- грязный, пачкать, пятнать, пачкаться, испачканный, подло, сальный, загрязнять, запятнать, загрязняться, подлый, скабрёзныйRussian
- nečist, нечист, prljav, прљавSerbo-Croatian
- කිලිටිSinhala, Sinhalese
- umazan, umazati, umazati seSlovene
- oren, fläcka, smutsa ner, grumlig, snuskig, smutsig, smutsigt, ojuste, osnygg, ful, skitig, orättmätig, fult, osnyggt, orena, skita nerSwedish
- మురికి, మురికిగాTelugu
- касиф, лойолуд, чиркин, пурлойTajik
- madumi, marumiTagalog
- pis pis, pisletmek, müstehcen, lekelemek, kirli, pis, kirletmekTurkish
- گندا, گندہUrdu
- không, xấu xa, [[bất]] [[hợp pháp]], bẩn thỉu, dơ, bẩn, tục tĩu, xấu, bậy, trái luật, bậy bạVietnamese
- mannete, mannet, måssîte, måssî, anichter, manniWalloon
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