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sordid

adjective /ˈsoːdid/
(of a place etc) dirty, mean, and poor
sórdido
a sordid night club.
(of a person’s behaviour /behavioretc ) showing low standards or ideals etc; not very pleasant or admirable
sórdido
The whole affair was rather sordid.
sordidly adverb
sórdidamente
sordidness noun
carácter sórdido
Translations of “sordid”
in Vietnamese bẩn thỉu, nhớp nhúa, bần tiện…
in Thai สกปรก, เลวทราม…
in Malaysian kotor, menjijikkan…
in French sordide…
in German schmutzig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 髒的, 骯髒的,邋遢的…
in Indonesian kumuh, buruk…
in Russian гнусный…
in Turkish pis, sefil, rezil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脏的, 肮脏的,邋遢的…
in Polish brudny, plugawy…
(Definition of sordid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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