dirty

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dirty /ˈdɜːtɪ/ adj (dirtier, dirtiest)
  1. covered or marked with dirt; filthy
  2. obscene; salacious: dirty books
  3. sexually clandestine: a dirty weekend
  4. causing one to become grimy: a dirty job
  5. (of a colour) not clear and bright; impure
  6. unfair; dishonest; unscrupulous; unsporting
  7. mean; nasty: a dirty cheat
  8. scandalous; unkind
  9. revealing dislike or anger
  10. (of weather) rainy or squally; stormy
  11. dirty lineninformal intimate secrets, esp those that might give rise to gossip
  12. dirty workunpleasant or illicit activity
  13. do the dirty onBrit informal to behave meanly or unkindly towards
vb (dirties, dirtying, dirtied)
  1. to make or become dirty; stain; soil

ˈdirtily adv ˈdirtiness n



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