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dirty [ 'də:ti] a.脏的;下流的

dirty ['də:ti] a. 脏的

dirty old man 老色鬼
A: Hey! Your baby sister is quite a cutie.
A: 嘿! 你小妹长得真是满可爱(漂亮)的。
B: Leave her alone. You dirty old man.
B: 你少碰她! 老色鬼!
- "dirty old man" 也指那种有「恋童症」的人。

dirty dog 卑鄙小人

give sb a dirty look 对某人瞪一眼

wash one's dirty linen in public 公开谈论阴私.

很早以前我就懂得,永远不要与猪争斗。因为你会弄得很脏,而猪就喜欢你这样。
I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it.

混浊液
dirty soulution

The party was a nightmare. Children jumped on the furniture, broke a window, and got the floors all dirty.
那次聚会可怕极了。孩子们跳到家具上面,打破了一扇窗户,还把地板全弄脏了。

Can you get that dirty mark off the wall?
你能把墙上的斑点擦掉吗?

You really should throw out that dirty old table and get a new one.
你真应该扔掉那张又脏又旧的桌子, 买一张新的。

The tourist complained that the room was too dirty.
游客抱怨说房间太脏了。

Your hands are dirty.
你的手很脏。

他很好色。
He's fresh. *看样子可以翻成“他是个新鲜的人”,但实际上表达的是“他是好色的人”。
He always tries to touch me. (他总想碰我。)
Yeah, he's fresh. (是啊,他真好色。)
He's a dirty-minded man.
He's a dirty old man. (他真是个讨厌的老头。)
All he thinks about is sex. (他满脑子想的都是情事。)

是什么原因呢?
What causes it? *cause“成为……的原因”、“引起”。
The river is getting dirty. (那条河越来越脏。)
What causes it? (为什么会这样呢?)
What causes it? (是什么原因?)
Air pollution. (由于空气污染。)
What is it caused by?

他真是个不知羞耻的家伙。
He‘s really a law-down dirty shame.

Dirty joke 黄色笑话

A clear fast is better than a dirty breakfast.
宁为清贫,不为浊富。

Do not wash dirty linen in public.
家丑不可外扬。

Don't throw out your dirty water before you get in fresh.
清水未打来,赃水莫倒掉。

Hungry dogs will eat dirty puddings.
饥不择食。

Scornful dogs will eat dirty puddings.
神气的狗也会吃赃布丁的。

play dirty用诈术
The only way that Dan knows how to win is to play dirty. I'm going to vote for Brian instead.
丹只会用诈术来赢。我要投布莱恩一票。

dirty dog 卑鄙小人

give sb a dirty look 对某人瞪一眼

wash one's dirty linen in public 公开谈论阴私.

- Show (reveal) one's true colors 原形毕露
He always appears polite and gentle. But his quarrelling with others in dirty words show his true colors.

肮 [āng] /dirty/filthy/

肮脏 [āng zāng] /dirty/filthy/

龊 [chuò] /dirty/small-minded/

混 [hún] /confused/dirty/mix/

混浊 [hùn zhuó] /(adj) muddy; turbid; dirty/

色情小说 [sè qíng xiǎo shuō] /pornographic novel/dirty book/

龌 [wò] /dirty/small-minded/

小脏鬼 [xiǎo zāng guǐ] /dirty little monster (spoken affectionately to a child who has gotten him(her)self dirty; literally "little dirty ghost")/

脏 [zāng] /dirty/filthy/

脏 [zāng] /dirty/

脏脏 [zāng zāng] /dirty/

{adj: base, baseborn, humble, lowly} of low birth or station (`base' is archaic in this sense)
"baseborn wretches with dirty faces"
"of humble (or lowly) birth"

{adj: befouled, fouled} made dirty or foul
"a building befouled with soot"
"breathing air fouled and darkened with factory soot"

{adj: cheating, dirty, foul, unsporting, unsportsmanlike} violating accepted standards or rules
"a dirty fighter"
"used foul means to gain power"
"a nasty unsporting serve"
"fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"

{adj: clean, uncontaminating} not spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination
"a clean fuel"
"cleaner and more efficient engines"
"the tactical bomb is reasonably clean"
<-> dirty

{adj: clean, unobjectionable} (of behavior or especially language) free from objectionable elements; fit for all observers
"good clean fun"
"a clean joke"
<-> dirty

{adj: clean} free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits
"children with clean shining faces"
"clean white shirts"
"clean dishes"
"a spotlessly clean house"
"cats are clean animals"
<-> dirty

{adj: contaminated, dirty, pestiferous} contaminated with infecting organisms
"dirty wounds"
"obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen

{adj: dirty, contaminating} 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"
<-> clean

{adj: dirty, dingy, muddied, muddy} (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"

{adj: dirty, filthy, lousy} vile; despicable
"a dirty (or lousy) trick"
"a filthy traitor"

{adj: dirty, foul, marked-up} (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
"foul (or dirty) copy"

{adj: dirty, ill-gotten} obtained illegally or by improper means
"dirty money"
"ill-gotten gains"

{adj: dirty, soiled, unclean} 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"
<-> clean

{adj: dirty, sordid} unethical or dishonest
"dirty police officers"
"a sordid political campaign"

{adj: dirty-faced} having a dirty face
"a crowd of dirty-faced ragamuffins surrounded him"

{adj: dirty-minded} having lewd thoughts

{adj: 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"
<-> clean

{adj: dirty} expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
"dirty looks"

{adj: dirty} unpleasantly stormy
"there's dirty weather in the offing"

{adj: filthy, foul, nasty} disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
"as filthy as a pigsty"
"a foul pond"
"a nasty pigsty of a room"

{adj: frowsy, frowzy, slovenly} negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt
"filled the door with her frowzy bulk"
"frowzy white hair"
"slovenly appearance"

{adj: germy} full of germs or pathological microorganisms
"the water in New York harbor is oily and dirty and germy"
<-> germfree

{adj: jammed, jam-packed, packed} filled to capacity
"a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes"
"stands jam-packed with fans"
"a packed theater"

{adj: lewd, obscene, raunchy, salacious} suggestive of or tending to moral looseness
"lewd whisperings of a dirty old man"
"an indecent gesture"
"obscene telephone calls"
"salacious limericks"

{adj: looking, sounding} appearing to be as specified; usually used as combining forms
"left their clothes dirty looking"
"a most disagreeable looking character"
"angry-looking"
"liquid-looking"
"severe-looking policemen on noble horses"
"fine-sounding phrases"
"taken in by high-sounding talk"

{adj: messy, mussy} dirty and disorderly
"a mussy fussy bedroom"
"a child's messy eating habits"

{adj: moth-eaten, ratty, shabby, tatty} showing signs of wear and tear
"a ratty old overcoat"
"shabby furniture"
"an old house with dirty windows and tatty curtains"

{adj: mucky, muddy} dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck
"muddy boots"
"a mucky stable"

{adj: ratty} dirty and infested with rats

{adj: scrimy} dirty and disgusting
"worry about the gossip and secretiveness and other scrimy sides"- Al Hine

{adj: snotty, snot-nosed} dirty with nasal discharge
"a snotty nose"
"a house full of snot-nosed kids"

{adj: streaked, streaky} marked with or as if with stripes or linear discolorations
"streaked hair"
"fat legs and dirty streaky faces"

{adv: about, around} all around or on all sides
"dirty clothes lying around (or about)"
"let's look about for help"
"There were trees growing all around"
"she looked around her"

{adv: so} (usually followed by `that') to an extent or degree as expressed
"he was so tired he could hardly stand"
"so dirty that it smells"

{adv: unappealingly} in an unappealing manner
"the kitchen was unappealingly dirty"
<-> appealingly

{n: Augean stables} (Greek mythology) the extremely dirty stables that were finally cleaned by Hercules who diverted two rivers through them

{n: automysophobia} a morbid fear of being dirty

{n: busboy, waiter's assistant} a restaurant attendant who sets tables and assists waiters and clears away dirty dishes

{n: cad, bounder, blackguard, dog, hound, heel} someone who is morally reprehensible
"you dirty dog"

{n: chafeweed, wood cudweed, Gnaphalium sylvaticum} weedy perennial of north temperate regions having woolly foliage and dirty white flowers in a leafy spike

{n: clothes hamper, laundry basket, clothes basket, voider} a hamper that holds dirty clothes to be washed or wet clothes to be dried

{n: dirtiness} the state of containing dirty impurities

{n: dirty bomb} an atom bomb that leaves considerable radioactive contamination

{n: dirty joke, dirty story, blue joke, blue story} an indelicate joke

{n: dirty linen, dirty laundry} personal matters that could be embarrassing if made public

{n: dirty old man} a middle-aged man with lecherous inclinations

{n: dirty pool} conduct that is unfair or unethical or unsportsmanlike

{n: dirty tricks} underhand commercial or political behavior designed to discredit an opponent

{n: dirty trick} an unkind or aggressive trick

{n: dirty war} an offensive conducted by secret police or the military of a regime against revolutionary and terrorist insurgents and marked by the use of kidnapping and torture and murder with civilians often being the victims
"thousands of people disappeared and were killed during Argentina's dirty war in the late 1970s"

{n: dirty word} a word that is considered to be unmentionable
"`failure' is a dirty word to him"

{n: finger plate, escutcheon, scutcheon} a flat protective covering (on a door or wall etc) to prevent soiling by dirty fingers

{n: fingermark, fingerprint} a smudge made by a (dirty) finger

{n: loot, booty, pillage, plunder, prize, swag, dirty money} goods or money obtained illegally

{n: obscenity, smut, vulgarism, filth, dirty word} an offensive or indecent word or phrase

{n: oil change} replacing dirty oil with clean

{n: overall, boilersuit, boilers suit} a loose protective coverall or smock worn over ordinary clothing for dirty work

{n: ragamuffin, tatterdemalion} a dirty shabbily clothed urchin

{n: rathole} a small dirty uncomfortable room

{n: rotter, dirty dog, rat, skunk, stinker, stinkpot, bum, puke, crumb, lowlife, scum bag, so-and-so, git} a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
"only a rotter would do that"
"kill the rat"
"throw the bum out"
"you cowardly little pukes!"
"the British call a contemptible person a `git'"

{n: sanitary condition} the state of sanitation (clean or dirty)

{n: scut work, shitwork} trivial unrewarding tedious dirty and disagreeable chores
"the hospital hired him to do scut work"

{n: shabbiness, seediness, manginess, sleaziness} a lack of elegance as a consequence of wearing threadbare or dirty clothing

{n: slattern, slut, slovenly woman, trollop} a dirty untidy woman

{n: smuttiness, sootiness} the state of being dirty with soot

{n: soiling, soilure, dirtying} the act of soiling something

{n: trick} an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent
"that offer was a dirty trick"

{v: bedraggle} make wet and dirty, as from rain

{v: clean, make clean} make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from
"Clean the stove!"
"The dentist cleaned my teeth"
<-> dirty

{v: deflower, ruin} deprive of virginity
"This dirty old man deflowered several young girls in the village"

{v: dirty, soil, begrime, grime, colly, bemire} make soiled, filthy, or dirty
"don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
<-> clean

{v: excuse, pardon} accept an excuse for
"Please excuse my dirty hands"

{v: foul} become soiled and dirty

{v: give, throw} convey or communicate ; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture
"Throw a glance"
"She gave me a dirty look"

{v: muddy, muddy up} dirty with mud

{v: remove, take, take away, withdraw} remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc. or remove something abstract
"remove a threat"
"remove a wrapper"
"Remove the dirty dishes from the table"
"take the gun from your pocket"
"This machine withdraws heat from the environment"

{v: show, show up} be or become visible or noticeable
"His good upbringing really shows"
"The dirty side will show"

{v: smear} stain by smearing or daubing with a dirty substance

{v: smirch, besmirch} smear so as to make dirty or stained

{v: smut} stain with a dirty substance, such as soot

{v: tarnish, stain, maculate, sully, defile} make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air ; also used metaphorically
"The silver was tarnished by the long exposure to the air"
"Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man"

{v: wash out} wash free from unwanted substances, such as dirt
"Wash out your dirty shirt in the sink"

{v: waste} get rid of
"We waste the dirty water by channeling it into the sewer"

So the better-off student went to Blackwell's bookshop in Oxford, bought a brand-new copy for 35 pounds, dirtied it up a bit and tore off the paper cover, writing a fictitious name in the front.
于是这位较有钱的学生去了牛津的布拉克韦尔书店,花 35英镑买了一本全新的,先是把书弄脏一点,然后撕去封面,在书面写了一个假名。

At the same time, I don't believe that advertising and marketing are dirty words.
与此同时,我认为广告和营销并不是什么令人生厌的字眼。

DPP Dirty Petroleum products 不洁石油产品

原油 Dirty(Black) (petroleum) products ( D.P.P.)

不清洁提单 Unclean ( Foul, Dirty) B/L

不清洁提单 Unclean ( Foul, Dirty) B/L


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