English-Spanish translation of dirty

Translation of the word dirty from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

dirty in Spanish

dirty
commentadjective obsceno, indecente, impúdico, vulgar, desvergonzado
  deceptionadjective furtivo, solapado
  dingyadjective sucio, deslustrado, deslucido
  filthyadjective sucio, puerco, asqueroso
  muck upverb ensuciar, manchar
Synonyms for dirty
Antonyms for dirty
Derived terms of dirty
Examples with translation
Please clean the dirty floor.
Never rub the eyes when the hands are dirty.
Don't handle my books with dirty hands.
The dirty plates in the restaurant disgusted us.
Tom always leaves his bicycle dirty.
They shone like stars in the dark, dirty building.
The boy got his hands dirty.
The suitcase contained nothing but dirty clothes.
These clothes are dirty and need washing.
These trousers are dirty.
Bring me a clean plate and take the dirty one away.
The child is dirty.
That shirt is very dirty. It needs washing before you go to school.
We must wash all these dirty plates.
My clothes were dirty with oil.
I don't want to get my hands dirty.
The towels are dirty.
These dirty clothes could be a new piece of evidence to prove his innocence.
He doesn't care if his car is dirty.
She put the dirty dishes in the sink.
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Definitions of dirty
verb
1. dirty - make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
  soil, begrime, grime, colly, bemire
  make clean, clean remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits; "Clean the turkey"
  modify, alter, change make less severe or harsh or extreme; "please modify this letter to make it more polite"; "he modified his views on same-gender marriage"
  foul become soiled and dirty
  pollute, contaminate, foul make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
  smear make a smudge on; soil by smudging
  slime cover or stain with slime; "The snake slimed his victim"
  muddy up, muddy make turbid; "muddy the water"
  splash mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered; "The mountain was splashed with snow"
  muck up, mud, muck, mire plaster with mud
  crock soil with or as with crock
  blemish, spot mar or impair with a flaw; "her face was blemished"
adjective
1. dirty - soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime; "dirty unswept sidewalks"; "a child in dirty overalls"; "dirty slums"; "piles of dirty dishes"; "put his dirty feet on the clean sheet"; "wore an unclean shirt"; "mining is a dirty job"; "Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves"
  soiled, unclean
  clean free of drugs; "after a long dependency on heroin she has been clean for 4 years"
  untidy not neat and tidy; "careless and untidy in her personal habits"; "an untidy living room"; "untidy and casual about money"
  cleanness without moral defects
  augean extremely filthy from long neglect
  draggled, bedraggled limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud; "the beggar's bedraggled clothes"; "scarecrows in battered hats or draggled skirts"
  befouled, fouled made dirty or foul; "a building befouled with soot"; "breathing air fouled and darkened with factory soot"
  begrimed, grimy, grungy, grubby, dingy, raunchy thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot; "a miner's begrimed face"; "dingy linen"; "grimy hands"; "grubby little fingers"; "a grungy kitchen"
  smutty, black marked by anger or resentment or hostility; "black looks"; "black words"
  buggy infested with bugs
  cobwebby covered with cobwebs
  dirty-faced having a dirty face; "a crowd of dirty-faced ragamuffins surrounded him"
  feculent foul with waste matter
  filthy, nasty, foul disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter; "as filthy as a pigsty"; "a foul pond"; "a nasty pigsty of a room"
  squalid, flyblown, sordid especially of reputation; "a flyblown reputation"
  greasy, oily smeared or soiled with grease or oil; "greasy coveralls"; "get rid of rubbish and oily rags"
  lousy infested with lice; "burned their lousy clothes"
  maculate spotted or blotched
  mucky, muddy dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck; "muddy boots"; "a mucky stable"
  ratty dirty and infested with rats
  scummy covered with scum; "the scummy surface of the polluted pond"
  smudgy smeared with something that soils or stains; these words are often used in combination; "oil-smeared work clothes"; "hostile faces smirched by the grime and rust"- Henry Roth; "ink-smudged fingers"
  snot-nosed, snotty dirty with nasal discharge; "a snotty nose"; "a house full of snot-nosed kids"
  sooty covered with or as if with soot; "a sooty chimney"
  travel-soiled, travel-stained soiled from travel; "travel-soiled clothes"
  uncleanly habitually unclean
  unswept not having been swept; "unswept floors"
  unwashed not cleaned with or as if with soap and water; "a sink full of unwashed dishes"
2. dirty - (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency; "dirty words"; "a dirty old man"; "dirty books and movies"; "boys telling dirty jokes"; "has a dirty mouth"
  unobjectionable, clean not objectionable; "the ends are unobjectionable; it's the means that one can't accept"
  indecent offensive to good taste especially in sexual matters; "an earthy but not indecent story"; "an indecent gesture"
  bawdy, ribald, off-color humorously vulgar; "bawdy songs"; "off-color jokes"; "ribald language"
  blasphemous, profane, blue characterized by profanity or cursing; "foul-mouthed and blasphemous"; "blue language"; "profane words"
  dirty-minded having lewd thoughts
  cruddy, smutty, filthy, nasty, foul characterized by obscenity; "had a filthy mouth"; "foul language"; "smutty jokes"
  foul-mouthed, foul-spoken using foul or obscene language; "noisy foul-mouthed women all shouting at once"
  lewd, salacious, obscene, raunchy suggestive of or tending to moral looseness; "lewd whisperings of a dirty old man"; "an indecent gesture"; "obscene telephone calls"; "salacious limericks"
  scabrous dealing with salacious or indecent material; "a scabrous novel"
  scatological dealing pruriently with excrement and excretory functions; "scatological literature"
3. dirty - (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear; "dirty" is often used in combination; "a dirty (or dingy) white"; "the muddied grey of the sea"; "muddy colors"; "dirty-green walls"; "dirty-blonde hair"
  dingy, muddied, muddy
  impure (used of persons or behaviors) immoral or obscene; "impure thoughts"
4. dirty - spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination; "the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout"
  contaminating
  uncontaminating, clean free of drugs; "after a long dependency on heroin she has been clean for 4 years"
5. dirty - vile; despicable; "a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor"
  filthy, lousy
  nasty, awful exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent; "a nasty problem"; "a good man to have on your side in a tight situation"
6. dirty - unethical or dishonest; "dirty police officers"; "a sordid political campaign"
  sordid
  corrupt lacking in integrity; "humanity they knew to be corrupt...from the day of Adam's creation"; "a corrupt and incompetent city government"
7. dirty - contaminated with infecting organisms; "dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
  pestiferous
  infected, septic containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms; "a septic sore throat"; "a septic environment"; "septic sewage"
8. dirty - unpleasantly stormy; "there's dirty weather in the offing"
  stormy (especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion; "a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"
9. dirty - expressing or revealing hostility or dislike; "dirty looks"
  hostile unsolicited and resisted by the management of the target company ( used of attempts to buy or take control of a business); "hostile takeover"; "hostile tender offer"; "hostile bid"
10. dirty - obtained illegally or by improper means; "dirty money"; "ill-gotten gains"
  illegal prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
11. dirty - (of a manuscript) defaced with changes; "foul (or dirty) copy"
  foul
  illegible (of handwriting, print, etc.) not legible; "illegible handwriting"
 = Synonym    = Antonym    = Related word
dirty as verb
InfinitiveGerundioPast participle
(To) dirtydirtyingdirtied
Indikative
1. Present
idirty
youdirty
hedirties
wedirty
youdirty
theydirty
8. Perfect
ihave dirtied
youhave dirtied
hehas dirtied
wehave dirtied
youhave dirtied
theyhave dirtied
2. Imperfect
idirtied
youdirtied
hedirtied
wedirtied
youdirtied
theydirtied
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
ihad dirtied
youhad dirtied
hehad dirtied
wehad dirtied
youhad dirtied
theyhad dirtied
4a. Future
iwill dirty
youwill dirty
hewill dirty
wewill dirty
youwill dirty
theywill dirty
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
iwill have dirtied
youwill have dirtied
hewill have dirtied
wewill have dirtied
youwill have dirtied
theywill have dirtied
Conditional
5. Conditional present
iwould dirty
youwould dirty
hewould dirty
wewould dirty
youwould dirty
theywould dirty
12. Conditional perfect
iwould have dirtied
youwould have dirtied
hewould have dirtied
wewould have dirtied
youwould have dirtied
theywould have dirtied
Subjunctive
6. Subject
idirty
youdirty
hedirty
wedirty
youdirty
theydirty
13. Present perfect
ihave dirtied
youhave dirtied
hehave dirtied
wehave dirtied
youhave dirtied
theyhave dirtied
Imperfect
idirtied
youdirtied
hedirtied
wedirtied
youdirtied
theydirtied
Pluperfect
ihad dirtied
youhad dirtied
hehad dirtied
wehad dirtied
youhad dirtied
theyhad dirtied
Imperative
Affirmative
youdirty
weLet's dirty
youdirty
Negative
youdon't dirty! (do not dirty)
youdon't dirty! (do not dirty)
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