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dirty /ˈdɜːti $ ˈdɜːr-/ adjective (comparative dirtier, superlative dirtiest)

چرکین ، چرک ، (مج). زشت ، کثیف کردن
- filthy, foul, grimy, grubby, messy, mucky, muddy, polluted, soiled, unclean
- dishonest, crooked, fraudulent, illegal, treacherous, unfair, unscrupulous, unsporting
- obscene, blue, indecent, pornographic, salacious, sleazy, smutty
- a dirty look: angry, annoyed, bitter, choked, indignant, offended, resentful, scorching
- soil, blacken, defile, foul, muddy, pollute, smirch, spoil, stain
Antonyms: clean
Contrasted words: immaculate, spotless, unsoiled, unspotted, unsullied
Related Idioms: dirty as a pig, dirty one's hands
Related Words: contaminated, defiled, polluted, tainted, dreggy, draggled, draggletailed, draggly
English Thesaurus: dirty, filthy, muddy, dusty, greasy, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. dirty1 S2 W3 /ˈdɜːti $ ˈdɜːr-/ adjective (comparative dirtier, superlative dirtiest)

1. NOT CLEAN covered in or marked by an unwanted substance Antonym : clean:
a stack of dirty dishes in the sink
How did you get so dirty?
dirty clothes/washing/laundry
She circled the bedroom, picking up dirty clothes.

2. SEX relating to sex, in a way that is considered immoral or unpleasant:
kids telling dirty jokes
a dirty magazine
She looked at me as if I had said a dirty word.
have a dirty mind British English (=think about sex a lot)
dirty weekend British English (=a weekend when a man and woman who are not married to each other go away to have sex)

3. BAD/IMMORAL used to emphasize that you think someone or something is bad, dishonest, or immoral:
You’re a dirty liar!
a dirty fighter
you and your dirty little deals
do the dirty on somebody British English (=treat someone in a way that is unfair or dishonest)
What a dirty trick!

4. something is a dirty word if something is a dirty word, people believe it is a bad thing even if they do not know or think much about it Synonym : swear word:
‘Liberal’ has somehow become a dirty word in America.

5. give somebody a dirty look to look at someone in a very disapproving way:
Susan gave her brother a dirty look.

6. dirty trick a dishonest or unfair action, especially done by a government, company, or organization:
political dirty tricks

7. wash your dirty linen/laundry (also air your dirty laundry American English) to discuss something embarrassing or bad about yourself where everyone can see, know, or hear:
The divorce has meant airing their dirty laundry in court.

8. do sb’s dirty work to do an unpleasant or dishonest action for someone, so that they do not have to do it themselves:
I’m not talking to him; you do your own dirty work!

9. it’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it used to say that something is unpleasant to do, but that it is necessary – often used humorously

10. DRUGS American English informal containing or possessing illegal drugs

11. dirty bomb a bomb that contains a radioactive substance which makes the bomb more dangerous than bombs containing only traditional explosives

12. SPORT a dirty sports event is one in which people competing in the event have illegally used drugs to improve their performance:
Many people think that the race has been a dirty event for years.
—dirtily adverb

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. dirty2 adverb informal

1. play dirty to behave in a very unfair and dishonest way, especially in a competition or game:
a team that plays dirty

2. talk dirty to talk about sex using offensive words

3. dirty great/dirty big British English spoken extremely big:
a dirty great snake

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. dirty3 verb (past tense and past participle dirtied, present participle dirtying, third person singular dirties) [intransitive and transitive]

1. to make something dirty

2. to make someone feel or seem bad, dishonest, or immoral:
The army’s actions dirtied its reputation.

3. dirty your hands to do hard physical work, in which your hands become dirty

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, feel, look | get Go and play football if you like, but don't get dirty!
get sth, make sb/sth The soot had made everything dirty. (figurative) He's not frightened of getting his hands dirty (= doing physical work).
ADV. extremely, filthy (informal), really, very Everything in the room was filthy dirty.
a bit, rather, slightly

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: air one's dirty linen in public or wash one's dirty linen in public

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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