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Definición de “dirt” en inglés

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dirtnoun [U]

uk   /dɜːt/  us   /dɝːt/

dirt noun [U] (NOT CLEAN)

B1 dust, soil, or any substance that makes a surface not clean: His coat was covered with dirt. mainly US soil on the ground: I've been digging in the dirt, planting seeds. informal solid waste: I got some dog dirt on my shoes.
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dirt noun [U] (GOSSIP)

informal unpleasant or bad details about someone's private life that are repeated or published to influence people's opinion of them in a negative way: Journalists are always digging for (= trying to discover) dirt.
Traducciones de “dirt”
en árabe قَذارة, تُربة…
en coreano 먼지, 흙…
in Malaysian kotor…
en francés saleté…
en turco kir, pislik, çamur…
en italiano sporcizia, terra…
en chino (tradicionál) 骯髒, 塵土,泥土,灰塵, 鬆土,浮土…
en ruso грязь, земля, грунт…
en polaco brud, ziemia…
in Vietnamese đồ dơ bẩn…
en español suciedad…
en portugués sujeira, terra…
in Thai ดิน, สิ่งสกปรก…
en alemán der Schmutz…
en catalán brutícia, terra…
en japonés 汚れ, 泥…
in Indonesian kotoran, tanah…
en chino (simplificado) 肮脏, 尘土,泥土,灰尘, 松土,浮土…
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