Meaning of “filth” - Learner’s Dictionary

filth

noun [ U ] uk us /fɪlθ/
DIRT

thick and unpleasant dirt:

His clothes were covered in filth and mud.
OFFENSIVE

offensive language or pictures, usually relating to sex:

Many parents are shocked by the amount of filth on television.

(Definition of “filth” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)