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"
(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"
dirty, filthy, lousy(adj)
"a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor"
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"
contaminated with infecting organisms
"dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
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"
dirty, foul, marked-up(adj)
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes
"foul (or dirty) copy"
obtained illegally or by improper means
"dirty money"; "ill-gotten gains"
expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
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"
unethical or dishonest
"dirty police officers"; "a sordid political campaign"
"there's dirty weather in the offing"
dirty, soil, begrime, grime, colly, bemire(verb)
make soiled, filthy, or dirty
"don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
To make (something) dirty.
To stain or tarnish (somebody) with dishonor.
To debase by distorting the real nature of (something).
To become soiled.
In a dirty manner.
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.
Morally unclean; obscene or indecent, especially sexually.
At the reception, Uncle Nick got drunk and told dirty jokes to the bridesmaids.
Dishonourable; violating accepted standards or rules.
He might have scored, but it was a dirty trick that won him the penalty.
Corrupt, illegal, or improper.
I won't accept your dirty money!
Out of tune.
You need to tune that guitar, the g string sounds dirty.
Of color, discolored by impurities.
The old flag was a dirty white.
Containing data which need to be written back to a larger memory.
Occasionally it reads the sector into a dirty buffer, which means it needs to sync the dirty buffer first.
Carrying illegal drugs among one's possessions or inside of one's bloodstream.
None of y'all get into my car if you're dirty.
Used as an intensifier, especially in conjunction with "great".
He lives in a dirty great mansion.
defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; serving to defile; as, dirty hands; dirty water; a dirty white
sullied; clouded; -- applied to color
sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty fellow
sleety; gusty; stormy; as, dirty weather
to foul; to make filthy; to soil; as, to dirty the clothes or hands
to tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; -- said of reputation, character, etc
Dirty is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Sonic Youth. It was released on July 21, 1992, through record label DGC.
a word used in Savannah when calling your homeboy. "What's up dirty?"
a blunt rolled with cocaine or crushed up prescription pills and weed.
Song lyrics by dirty -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by dirty on the Lyrics.com website.
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Rank popularity for the word 'dirty' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3958
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'dirty' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1799
Rank popularity for the word 'dirty' in Adjectives Frequency: #478
The numerical value of dirty in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of dirty in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
What people are surprised about me, when they meet me or work with me or hang out with me, is I have a really, really, really dirty sense of humor, people think I'm pretty buttoned-up and prim and proper, but just tell me a joke about balls or something.
I will say to them: 'Please take your money away, burn it', the people of God... do not need dirty money, they need hearts that are open to God's mercy.
No one can have a higher opinion of him than I have - and I think he is a dirty little beast.
Nixon's paranoia went up a great deal after he lost in 1960, partly because he felt the Kennedys had used dirty tricks to defeat him, he felt the Kennedys were better at dirty tricks than he was in 1960. And he was probably not wrong about that. The Kennedys played hardball. And [his brother] Bobby Kennedy was probably smarter about dirty tricks in 1960 than Richard Nixon was. I say that having written a biography of Bobby Kennedy.
He had me read a scene, i had auditioned, and then he said: ‘I’ve written this special scene for you, I’d like you to do it with the actor. I want to see the chemistry with the two of you.’ And the whole scene was just my character on her hands and knees saying, ‘Do me, baby.’ Really dirty, horrible.
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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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