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Translation of "grime" - English-Spanish dictionary

grime

noun [no plural]   /ɡraɪm/
dirt that covers a surface mugre The walls were covered in grime.
(Definition of grime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grime

noun /ɡraim/
dirt which is difficult to remove mugre an excellent cleaning product for removing household grime.
grimy adjective ( comparative grimier, superlative grimiest)
mugriento grimy buildings.
(Definition of grime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “grime”
in Korean 때…
in Arabic سُخام…
in Malaysian kotoran…
in French crasse…
in Russian (въевшаяся) грязь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 污垢, 塵垢, 積垢…
in Italian incrostazione di sporcizia/fuliggine…
in Turkish kir, pislik, kir pas…
in Polish brud…
in Vietnamese bẩn…
in Portuguese sujeira difícil, encardimento…
in Thai รอยเปื้อน…
in German der Schmutz…
in Catalan engrut…
in Japanese (表面を覆う)汚れ, すす…
in Chinese (Simplified) 污垢, 尘垢, 积垢…
in Indonesian kotoran melekat…
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