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grubbyadjective

us   /ˈɡrʌb·i/
dirty or messy: grubby old clothes
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Translations of “grubby”
in Korean 더러운…
in Arabic قَذِر…
in Malaysian kotor…
in French crasseux…
in Russian неряшливый, неопрятный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 骯髒的, 邋遢的, 汙穢的…
in Italian sporco, sudicio…
in Turkish oldukça kirli, pis…
in Polish brudny…
in Spanish mugriento, sucio…
in Vietnamese bẩn thỉu…
in Portuguese sujo, encardido…
in Thai สกปรก…
in German verwahrlost…
in Catalan brut, ronyós…
in Japanese 汚い, 汚れた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肮脏的, 邋遢的, 污秽的…
in Indonesian kotor…
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