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grimenoun [U]

 us   /ɡrɑɪm/
a ​layer of ​dirt on ​skin or a ​building: The ​building is ​covered with grime.
grimy
adjective  us   /ˈɡrɑɪ·mi/
a grimy ​face
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grimenoun [U]

uk   /ɡraɪm/  us   /ɡraɪm/
a ​layer of ​dirt on ​skin or on a ​building: The ​walls were ​covered with grime.
(Definition of grime from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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 Spanish mugre…
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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