grime

listen to the pronunciation of grime
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kir

Sabun kiri temizleyebilir. - Soap can clean grime.

Tom kir ve pislikle kaplı. - Tom is covered in dirt and grime.

bulaşık
kir tabakası
{i} deri kiri
{f} kirlet
(isim) kir
karartmak
{f} kirletmek
pis

Tom kir ve pislikle kaplı. - Tom is covered in dirt and grime.

{f} pisletmek
kirli oluş
griminess pislik
deriye yapışmış kir
grimy kirli
kirlilik
dirt
pislik

Tom pislikte oynamayı sever. - Tom likes to play in the dirt.

Tom kir ve pislikle kaplı. - Tom is covered in dirt and grime.

dirt
kir

O gömlek çok kirli. Okula gitmeden önce yıkanılması gerek. - That shirt is very dirty. It needs washing before you go to school.

Valiz kirli çamaşırlardan başka bir şey içermiyordu. - The suitcase contained nothing but dirty clothes.

dirt
fakir

Ebeveynleri çok fakirdi ve oğullarını üniversiteye göndermeyi göze alamadılar. - His parents were dirt-poor and could not afford to send their son to college.

dirt
dirt poor yoksul
dirt
toz
dirt
değersizlik
dirt
çakıl
dirt
leke
dirt
namussuzluk
dirt
toprak

Park caddesi toprak bir yoldu. - Park Street used to be a dirt road.

dirt
çamur

Çocuklar çamurda oynuyordu. - The children were playing in the dirt.

dirt
{i} dedikodu
dirt
(isim) pislik, kir, çerçöp, çamur; dedikodu; terbiyesiz konuşma, müstehcen söz; maden içeren toprak
dirt
{i} terbiyesiz konuşma
Englisch - Englisch
An English surname, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr
To begrime; to cake with dirt
Dirt, grease, soot, etc. that is ingrained and difficult to remove
A genre of urban music that emerged in London, England, in the early 2000s, primarily a development of UK garage, dancehall, and hip hop
{v} to dirty, daub, soil, besmear
{n} dirt
Foul matter; dirt, rubbed in; sullying blackness, deeply ingrained
the state of being covered with unclean things
make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
Grime is dirt which has collected on the surface of something. Kelly got the grime off his hands before rejoining her in the kitchen. To cover with black dirt or soot; begrime. a lot of dirt = filth (grijm, from grime )
{f} make dirty, cover with grime, soil, make filthy
A type of music
Dirt that is ingrained and difficult to remove
{i} layer of dirt or other filth covering or ingrained in a surface
To sully or soil deeply; to dirt
Grimes
An English surname, derived from gaelic grime meaning helmet maker and gaelic grimes meaning helmet makers son
grime
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