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Translation of "dirt" - English-Spanish dictionary

dirt

noun /dəːt/
any unclean substance, such as mud, dust, dung etc suciedad His shoes are covered in dirt. dirty adjective ( comparative dirtier, superlative dirtiest) not clean sucio dirty clothes. mean or unfair sucio a dirty trick. offensive; obscene porno, indecente dirty books. (of weather) stormy. malo dirtiness noun suciedad The dirtiness of the hotel rooms was a disgrace. dirt cheap adjective, adverb (informal) very cheap. baratísimo dirt cheap prices These shoes were dirt cheap. dirt track noun an earth track for motor-racing. camino de tierra
(Definition of dirt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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