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Spanish translation of “grunge”

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grunge

noun /ɡrandʒ/
(informal) unpleasant dirt; filth
basura
Pressure washing is a great way to clean the grunge from concrete pathways.
a type of loud aggressive rock music popular in the 1990s that was influenced by punk and heavy metal.
sonido de Seattle, grunge
a style of fashion worn by people who like grunge music, characterized by dirty and untidy clothing.
roñoso, mugriento
(Definition of grunge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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