dirty definition

  • adjective:
    • Soiled, much like dirt; unclean.
    • distributing dirt; polluting: air close to the foundry had been constantly dirty.
    • Apt to soil with dirt or grime: a dirty work at the storage.
    • Contaminated with germs or other infectious microorganisms.
    • Squalid or filthy; run-down: dirty slums.
    • Obscene or indecent: dirty flicks; a dirty joke.
    • destructive or scandalous: a dirty lie.
    • dishonest or corrupt; sordid: dirty politics.
    • maybe not sportsmanlike: dirty people; a dirty fighter.
    • obtained by illicit or improper means: dirty cash.
    • Slang Possessing or using illegal medicines.
    • Unpleasant or distasteful; thankless: Laying off workers may be the dirty part of this job.
    • very regrettable or regrettable: a dirty pity.
    • Expressing disapproval or hostility: offered us a dirty appearance.
    • maybe not bright and clear in color; significantly lifeless or drab. Usually used in combo: dirty-blonde hair; dirty-green wall space.
    • Producing a very great amount of long-lived radioactive fallout. Applied of atomic tools.
    • Stormy; harsh: dirty weather condition.
    • Unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dust or grime.
    • that produces one unclean; corrupting, infecting.
    • Morally unclean; obscene or indecent, specially sexually.
    • Dishonourable; violating acknowledged criteria or principles.
    • Corrupt, illegal, or incorrect.
    • Out of tune.
    • Of color, tarnished by impurities.
    • Containing information which need to be written to a more substantial memory.
    • holding unlawful medications among a person's possessions or inside of a person's bloodstream.
    • applied as an intensifier, particularly in conjunction with "great".
    • Defiled with soil; foul; nasty; filthy; maybe not clean or pure; offering to defile
    • Sullied; clouded; -- placed on color.
    • Sordid; base; groveling.
    • Sleety; gusty; stormy.
    • revealing or exposing hostility or dislike
    • unpleasantly stormy
    • violating accepted criteria or guidelines
    • dispersing pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination
    • acquired illegally or by incorrect means
    • (of behavior or particularly language) characterized by obscenity or indecency
    • soiled or expected to earth with soil or grime
    • (of color) discolored by impurities; perhaps not bright and clear
    • vile; despicable
    • Soiled, just like dust; unclean.
    • Spreading dirt; polluting: air near the foundry had been always dirty.
    • Apt to soil with dust or grime: a dirty task at the storage.
    • contaminated with infecting organisms
    • polluted with germs or any other infectious microorganisms.
    • dishonest or dishonest
    • Squalid or filthy; run-down: dirty slums.
    • Obscene or indecent: dirty films; a dirty joke.
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • Malicious or scandalous: a dirty lie.
    • Unethical or corrupt; sordid: dirty politics.
    • Soiled, just like dust; unclean.
    • Spreading soil; polluting: air near the foundry was constantly dirty.
    • more likely to earth with dirt or grime: a dirty work on garage.
    • polluted with bacteria or other infectious microorganisms.
    • Squalid or filthy; run-down: dirty slums.
    • Obscene or indecent: dirty movies; a dirty laugh.
    • harmful or scandalous: a dirty lie.
    • Unethical or corrupt; sordid: dirty politics.
    • maybe not sportsmanlike: dirty players; a dirty fighter.
    • maybe not sportsmanlike: dirty people; a dirty fighter.
    • Acquired by illicit or poor means: dirty cash.
    • Acquired by illicit or poor means: dirty cash.
    • Slang having or utilizing unlawful medicines.
    • Slang Possessing or making use of unlawful medications.
    • Unpleasant or distasteful; thankless: Laying off employees may be the dirty part of this work.
    • Unpleasant or distasteful; thankless: Laying off workers may be the dirty element of this work.
    • Extremely regrettable or regrettable: a dirty shame.
    • Extremely regrettable or unfortunate: a dirty shame.
    • Expressing disapproval or hostility: offered united states a dirty appearance.
    • perhaps not brilliant and clear in color; somewhat lifeless or drab. Frequently found in combo: dirty-blonde hair; dirty-green walls.
    • creating a tremendously great deal of long-lived radioactive fallout. Applied of nuclear tools.
    • Stormy; rough: dirty climate.
    • Unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as for example dust or grime.
    • Expressing disapproval or hostility: gave united states a dirty look.
    • Not brilliant and obvious in shade; notably lifeless or dull. Usually used in combo: dirty-blonde hair; dirty-green walls.
    • Producing a tremendously large amount of long-lived radioactive fallout. Applied of nuclear weapons.
    • Stormy; rough: dirty weather condition.
    • Unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as for instance dirt or grime.
    • which makes one unclean; corrupting, infecting.
    • that produces one unclean; corrupting, infecting.
    • Morally unclean; obscene or indecent, specially sexually.
    • Dishonourable; breaking accepted criteria or principles.
    • Corrupt, unlawful, or improper.
    • out-of-tune.
    • Of color, tarnished by impurities.
    • Containing data which should be written back once again to a larger memory.
    • holding unlawful drugs among one's possessions or inside of your bloodstream.
    • Morally unclean; obscene or indecent, specifically sexually.
    • Dishonourable; breaking accepted standards or rules.
    • Corrupt, unlawful, or poor.
    • Out of tune.
    • Of color, discolored by impurities.
    • applied as an intensifier, especially in combination with "great".
    • Defiled with soil; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; providing to defile
    • Sullied; clouded; -- placed on color.
    • Sordid; base; groveling.
    • Sleety; gusty; stormy.
    • Containing information which must be written back again to a bigger memory.
    • holding illegal medicines among an individual's belongings or within your bloodstream.
    • applied as an intensifier, especially in combination with "great".
    • Defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; maybe not clean or pure; serving to defile
    • Sullied; clouded; -- put on color.
    • Sordid; base; groveling.
    • Sleety; gusty; stormy.
    • articulating or revealing hostility or dislike
    • unpleasantly stormy
    • breaking acknowledged criteria or rules
    • spreading pollution or contamination; specifically radioactive contamination
    • acquired illegally or by inappropriate means
    • (of behavior or particularly language) described as obscenity or indecency
    • soiled or more likely to soil with dust or grime
    • (of shade) tarnished by impurities; not brilliant and obvious
    • vile; despicable
    • contaminated with infecting organisms
    • revealing or revealing hostility or dislike
    • unpleasantly stormy
    • breaking accepted criteria or principles
    • distributing pollution or contamination; particularly radioactive contamination
    • gotten illegally or by poor means
    • (of behavior or particularly language) described as obscenity or indecency
    • soiled or more likely to soil with dust or grime
    • (of color) discolored by impurities; perhaps not bright and clear
    • dishonest or dishonest
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • vile; despicable
    • polluted with infecting organisms
    • unethical or dishonest
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
  • verb-transitive:
    • To make soiled.
    • To stain or tarnish with dishonor.
    • To foul; which will make filthy; to earth.
    • To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; -- stated of reputation, character, etc.
    • to create soiled.
    • To stain or tarnish with dishonor.
    • In order to make soiled.
    • To stain or tarnish with dishonor.
    • To foul; to produce filthy; to earth.
    • To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; -- stated of reputation, personality, etc.
    • To foul; in order to make filthy; to soil.
    • To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; -- stated of reputation, character, etc.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become soiled.
    • to be soiled.
    • In order to become soiled.
  • adverb:
    • In a dirty manner.
    • In a dirty fashion.
    • In a dirty manner.
  • verb:
    • which will make (anything) dirty.
    • To stain or tarnish (somebody) with dishonor.
    • To debase by distorting the real nature of (something).
    • to be soiled.
    • make soiled, filthy, or dirty
    • To make (anything) dirty.
    • To stain or tarnish (a person) with dishonor.
    • To debase by distorting the true nature of (anything).
    • to be soiled.
    • to produce (anything) dirty.
    • To stain or tarnish (somebody) with dishonor.
    • To debase by distorting the actual nature of (something).
    • to be soiled.
    • make soiled, filthy, or dirty
    • make soiled, filthy, or dirty
  • others:
    • Consisting of or imparting soil or filth; causing foulness; soiling: because, a dirt combination; dust work.
    • described as dust; unclean; not cleanly; sullied: as, dirty fingers; dirty work.
    • Appearing just as if soiled; dark-colored; impure; dingy.
    • Morally unclean or impure; base; reasonable; despicable; groveling: since, a dirty fellow; a dirty task or trick.
    • Repulsive to painful and sensitive feeling; disagreeable; disgusting.
    • Foul; muddy; squally; rainy; sloppy; uncomfortable: stated of the weather condition or of roads.
    • Unclean, soiled, sullied, begrimed.
    • 4 and Vile, scurvy, shabby, sneaking, despicable, contemptible, gross, obscene.
    • To defile; make filthy; soil; befoul: because, to dirty the clothes or arms.
    • To soil or tarnish morally; sully.
    • comprising or imparting dirt or filth; causing foulness; soiling: as, a dirt blend; dirt work.
    • described as dirt; unclean; maybe not cleanly; sullied: since, dirty fingers; dirty work.
    • Appearing like soiled; dark-colored; impure; dingy.
    • Morally unclean or impure; base; reasonable; despicable; groveling: as, a dirty other; a dirty work or trick.
    • Repulsive to painful and sensitive experience; disagreeable; disgusting.
    • Foul; dirty; squally; rainy; careless; uncomfortable: stated of climate or of roadways.
    • Consisting of or imparting soil or filth; causing foulness; soiling: as, a dirt blend; dust work.
    • Unclean, soiled, sullied, begrimed.
    • 4 and Vile, scurvy, shabby, sneaking, despicable, contemptible, gross, obscene.
    • To defile; make filthy; earth; befoul: since, to dirty the garments or fingers.
    • To soil or tarnish morally; sully.
    • Characterized by dirt; unclean; perhaps not cleanly; sullied: because, dirty fingers; dirty work.
    • Appearing like soiled; dark-colored; impure; dingy.
    • Morally unclean or impure; base; low; despicable; groveling: as, a dirty fellow; a dirty job or strategy.
    • Repulsive to sensitive sensation; disagreeable; disgusting.
    • Foul; dirty; squally; rainy; careless; uncomfortable: said for the weather condition or of roads.
    • Unclean, soiled, sullied, begrimed.
    • 4 and Vile, scurvy, shabby, sneaking, despicable, contemptible, gross, obscene.
    • To defile; make filthy; soil; befoul: since, to dirty the clothing or arms.
    • To soil or tarnish morally; sully.

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