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Sinónimos detallados de dirty en inglés

dirty:

dirty adj.

  1. dirty
  2. dirty
  3. dirty
  4. dirty
  5. dirty
    grubby; soiled; dingy; mucky; stained; dirty; sallow
  6. dirty
    – unpleasantly stormy 1
    dirty
    – unpleasantly stormy 1
    • dirty adj.
      • there's dirty weather in the offing1
  7. dirty
    – soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime 1
    dirty; soiled; unclean
    – soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime 1
    • dirty adj.
      • dirty unswept sidewalks1
      • a child in dirty overalls1
      • dirty slums1
      • piles of dirty dishes1
      • put his dirty feet on the clean sheet1
      • mining is a dirty job1
      • Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves1
    • soiled adj.
    • unclean adj.
      • wore an unclean shirt1
  8. dirty
    – (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency 1
    dirty
    – (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency 1
    • dirty adj.
      • dirty words1
      • a dirty old man1
      • dirty books and movies1
      • boys telling dirty jokes1
      • has a dirty mouth1
  9. dirty
    – spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination 1
    dirty; contaminating
    – spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination 1
    • dirty adj.
      • the air near the foundry was always dirty1
      • a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout1
  10. dirty
    – unethical or dishonest 1
    dirty; sordid
    – unethical or dishonest 1
    • dirty adj.
      • dirty police officers1
    • sordid adj.
      • a sordid political campaign1
  11. dirty
    – violating accepted standards or rules 1
    foul; dirty; cheating; unsporting; unsportsmanlike
    – violating accepted standards or rules 1
  12. dirty
    – expressing or revealing hostility or dislike 1
    dirty
    – expressing or revealing hostility or dislike 1
    • dirty adj.
      • dirty looks1
  13. dirty
    – obtained illegally or by improper means 1
    dirty; ill-gotten
    – obtained illegally or by improper means 1
  14. dirty
    – (of a manuscript) defaced with changes 1
    foul; dirty; marked-up
    – (of a manuscript) defaced with changes 1
  15. dirty
    – vile; despicable 1
    lousy; dirty; filthy
    – vile; despicable 1
    • lousy adj.
      • a dirty (or lousy) trick1
    • dirty adj.
      • a dirty (or lousy) trick1
    • filthy adj.
      • a filthy traitor1
  16. dirty
    – (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear 1
    dirty; dingy; muddy; muddied
    – (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear 1
    • dirty adj.
      • dirty1
      • a dirty (or dingy) white1
      • dirty-green walls1
      • dirty-blonde hair1
    • dingy adj.
      • a dirty (or dingy) white1
    • muddy adj.
      • muddy colors1
    • muddied adj.
      • the muddied grey of the sea1
  17. dirty
    – contaminated with infecting organisms 1
    dirty; pestiferous
    – contaminated with infecting organisms 1

dirty [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the dirty
    the filth; the dirtyness; the filthy; the smut; the dirty; the muck; the dirt; the slovenliness; the obscenity; the carelessness; the inaccuracy; the sloppiness
  2. the dirty
    the filthy; the dirt; the smut; the filth; the dirtyness; the dirtiness; the dirty

to dirty verbo (dirties, dirtied, dirtying)

  1. to dirty
    to soil; foul; to dirty; to make dirty
    • soil verbo (soils, soiled, soiling)
    • foul verbo
    • dirty verbo (dirties, dirtied, dirtying)
    • make dirty verbo (makes dirty, made dirty, making dirty)
  2. to dirty
    to soil; to pollute; to dirty; to blemish; to make dirty
    • soil verbo (soils, soiled, soiling)
    • pollute verbo (pollutes, polluted, polluting)
    • dirty verbo (dirties, dirtied, dirtying)
    • blemish verbo (blemishes, blemished, blemishing)
    • make dirty verbo (makes dirty, made dirty, making dirty)
  3. to dirty
    – make soiled, filthy, or dirty 1
    to soil; to dirty; bemire; colly; begrime; grime
    – make soiled, filthy, or dirty 1
    • soil verbo (soils, soiled, soiling)
      • don't soil your clothes when you play outside!1
    • dirty verbo (dirties, dirtied, dirtying)
    • bemire verbo
    • colly verbo
    • begrime verbo
    • grime verbo

Conjugaciones de dirty:

present
  1. dirty
  2. dirty
  3. dirties
  4. dirty
  5. dirty
  6. dirty
simple past
  1. dirtied
  2. dirtied
  3. dirtied
  4. dirtied
  5. dirtied
  6. dirtied
present perfect
  1. have dirtied
  2. have dirtied
  3. has dirtied
  4. have dirtied
  5. have dirtied
  6. have dirtied
past continuous
  1. was dirtying
  2. were dirtying
  3. was dirtying
  4. were dirtying
  5. were dirtying
  6. were dirtying
future
  1. shall dirty
  2. will dirty
  3. will dirty
  4. shall dirty
  5. will dirty
  6. will dirty
continuous present
  1. am dirtying
  2. are dirtying
  3. is dirtying
  4. are dirtying
  5. are dirtying
  6. are dirtying
subjunctive
  1. be dirtied
  2. be dirtied
  3. be dirtied
  4. be dirtied
  5. be dirtied
  6. be dirtied
diverse
  1. dirty!
  2. let's dirty!
  3. dirtied
  4. dirtying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

dirty

  1. dirty
  2. dirty
  3. dirty

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Definiciones relacionadas de "dirty":

  1. unpleasantly stormy1
    • there's dirty weather in the offing1
  2. soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime1
    • dirty unswept sidewalks1
    • a child in dirty overalls1
    • dirty slums1
    • piles of dirty dishes1
    • put his dirty feet on the clean sheet1
    • mining is a dirty job1
    • Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves1
  3. (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency1
    • dirty words1
    • a dirty old man1
    • dirty books and movies1
    • boys telling dirty jokes1
    • has a dirty mouth1
  4. spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination1
    • the air near the foundry was always dirty1
    • a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout1
  5. unethical or dishonest1
    • dirty police officers1
  6. violating accepted standards or rules1
    • a dirty fighter1
  7. expressing or revealing hostility or dislike1
    • dirty looks1
  8. obtained illegally or by improper means1
    • dirty money1
  9. (of a manuscript) defaced with changes1
    • foul (or dirty) copy1
  10. vile; despicable1
    • a dirty (or lousy) trick1
  11. (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear1
    • dirty1
    • a dirty (or dingy) white1
    • dirty-green walls1
    • dirty-blonde hair1
  12. contaminated with infecting organisms1
    • dirty wounds1
  13. make soiled, filthy, or dirty1

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