脏手 / 衣服
a dirty mark
Try not to get too dirty!
I always get given the dirty jobs (= jobs that make you become dirty) .
connected with sex in an offensive way
a dirty joke/book
He's got a dirty mind (= he often thinks about sex) .
unpleasant or dishonest
a dirty lie
She's a dirty player.
He's a great man for doing the dirty jobs (= jobs which are unpleasant because they involve being dishonest or mean to people) .
a dirty brown carpet
using illegal drugs
to be a subject or an idea that people think is bad or immoral
Profit is not a dirty word around here.
(to do) the unpleasant or dishonest jobs that sb else does not want to do
to cheat sb who trusts you; to treat sb badly or unfairly
I'd never do the dirty on my friends.
to look at sb in a way that shows you are annoyed with them
to do physical work
He's not frightened of getting his hands dirty.
to discuss your personal affairs in public, especially sth embarrassing
to make sth dirty
used to emphasize how large sth is
When I turned round he was pointing a dirty great gun at me.
to behave or play a game in an unfair way
to talk to sb about sex in order to make them sexually excited
These words all describe sb/sth that is not clean.
not clean; covered with dust, soil, mud, oil, etc.
If your hands are dirty, go and wash them.
full of dust; covered with dust
There were shelves full of dusty books.
very dirty and unpleasant
It's absolutely filthy in here.
( rather formal ) dirty, especially with waste from the body
( rather informal ) rather dirty, usually because it has not been washed
He hoped she wouldn't notice his grubby shirt cuffs.
make soiled, filthy, or dirty
- don't soil your clothes when you play outside!
- there's dirty weather in the offing
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
(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
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
unethical or dishonest
- dirty police officers
- a sordid political campaign
violating accepted standards or rules
- a dirty fighter
- used foul means to gain power
- a nasty unsporting serve
- fined for unsportsmanlike behavior
expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
- dirty looks
obtained illegally or by improper means
- dirty money
- ill-gotten gains
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes
- foul (or dirty) copy
- a dirty (or lousy) trick
- a filthy traitor
(of color) discolored by impurities;not bright and clear
- dirty" is often used in combinatio
- a dirty (or dingy) white
- the muddied grey of the sea
- muddy colors
- dirty-green walls
- dirty-blonde hair
contaminated with infecting organisms
- dirty wounds
- obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Auste