dirtiness

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kirlilik
{i} pislik
{i} pasak
{i} aşağılıklık
{i} adilik
dirty
{f} pisletmek
dirty
kirli

Yer partiden kalanlar yüzünden dağınıktı: Yırtık gürültüyapıcılar, kırışık parti şapkaları, ve kirli Power Ranger tabakları. - The floor was strewn with party favors: torn noisemakers, crumpled party hats, and dirty Power Ranger plates.

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

dirty
pis

Senin pis işini benim yapmamı istiyorsun, değil mi? - You want me to do your dirty work for you, don't you?

O pis ellerini benden uzak tut! - Keep your dirty hands off me!

dirty
{f} kirlenmek

Tom kirlenmekten korkmuyor. - Tom isn't afraid to get dirty.

dirty
bulaştırmak
dirty
{s} edepsiz

Bazı edepsiz fıkralar biliyorum ama onları asla anlatmam. - I know some dirty jokes, but I never tell them.

Bazı edepsiz fıkralar biliyorum ama onları anlatmam. - I know some dirty jokes, but I don't tell them.

dirty
{s} müstehcen

Müstehcen fıkraları sevmem fakat onları anlattığında ondan çok zevk alırım. - I don't like dirty jokes, but I get a kick out of it when you tell them.

dirty
{s} muzur
dirty
{s} aşağılık
dirty
{f} lekelemek
dirty
bulaşık

Tom bir hafta içinde bulaşıkları yıkamadı, bu yüzden lavabo kirli tabaklarla doluydu. - Tom hadn't washed dishes in a week, so the sink was full of dirty dishes.

Mutfak lavabosu kirli bulaşıklarla doluydu. - The kitchen sink was full of dirty dishes.

dirty
batırmak
dirty
galiz
dirty
pislemek
dirty
(hava) bozuk
dirty
çepel
dirty
iğrenç

Tom bazı iğrenç fıkralar anlattı. - Tom told some dirty jokes.

Tom'un ayakkabıları iğrenç. - Tom's shoes are dirty.

dirty
alçakça
dirty
adi
dirty
çirkin

Ne çirkin bir yüzün var! diye bağırdı. - He exclaimed, What a dirty face you have!

O, çirkin yaşlı bir adamdır. - He's a dirty old man.

dirty
terbiyesiz
dirty
kirletmek

Ellerimi kirletmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to get my hands dirty.

Tom ellerini kirletmek istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to get his hands dirty.

dirty
bozuk
dirty
(Tekstil) 1. pis, kirli 2. pisletmek, kirletmek
dirty
rezil
dirty
{s} fırtınalı
dirty
argo yanında esrar bulunan
dirty
murdar etmek
dirty
bozuk fazla miktarda radyoaktif zerreler yayan
dirty
dirty work
dirty
{f} pislenmek
dirty
dili el altınd
dirty
sisli
dirty
{s} açık saçık

Açık saçık fıkralar bilirim ama asla onları anlatmam. - I know dirty jokes, but I never tell them.

Asla açık saçık fıkralar dinlemem. - I never listen to dirty jokes.

dirty
alçak
dirty
murdar
dirty
{s} ahlaksız
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{n} filthiness, baseness, meanness, dirt
{i} filthiness, uncleanness; ugliness
obscenity in speech or writing
the state of containing dirty impurities
the state of being unsanitary
The state of being dirty; filthiness; foulness; nastiness; baseness; sordidness
the state of containing dirty impurities the state of being unsanitary
The state or quality of being dirty
dirty
Of color, discolored by impurities

The old flag was a dirty white.

dirty
Unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime

Despite a walk in the rain, my shoes weren't too dirty.

dirty
To debase by distorting the real nature of (something)
dirty
Corrupt, illegal, or improper

I won't accept your dirty money!.

dirty
To stain or tarnish (somebody) with dishonor
dirty
Out of tune

You need to tune that guitar, the g string sounds dirty.

dirty
Carrying illegal drugs

None of y'all get into my car if you're dirty.

dirty
Used as an intensifier, especially in conjunction with "great"

He lives in a dirty great mansion.

dirty
{s} soiled, unclean; sordid, vile; obscene; unpleasant; hostile; stormy (weather)
dirty
{v} to foul, soil, dit, scandalize, disgrace
dirty
{a} foul, filthy, nasty, sullied, base, mean
Dirty
smutty
dirty
Carrying drugs; cf Clean
dirty
Describes any of the undesirable odours that can be present in a wine that that was poorly vinified A characteristic imparted by improperly cleaned barrels or various other processes performed incorrectly Usually detected first in a wine by the smell of the cork stopper or from a barrel sample Not to be confused with corked wines where the stopper is thought to be responsible
dirty
(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear; "dirty"
dirty
n kotor
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Containing data which need to be written back to a larger memory
dirty
If something is dirty, it is marked or covered with stains, spots, or mud, and needs to be cleaned. She still did not like the woman who had dirty fingernails = grubby clean
dirty
contaminated with infecting organisms; "dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
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expressing or revealing hostility or dislike; "dirty looks"
dirty
Term applied to the sea water used for ballast when it is contaminated with the remnants or residue left in cargo tanks that previously carried crude oil or heavy persistent refined oils
dirty
disapproval If you say that someone washes their dirty linen in public, you disapprove of their discussing or arguing about unpleasant or private things in front of other people. There are several other forms of this expression, for example wash your dirty laundry in public, or in American English, air your dirty laundry in public. We shouldn't wash our dirty laundry in public and if I was in his position, I'd say nothing at all
dirty
Covers any and all foul, rank, off-putting smells that can occur in a wine, including those caused by bad barrels or corks A sign of poor winemaking
dirty
Literally a dirty flavor, not earthy or musty
dirty
vile; despicable; "a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor"
dirty
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes; "foul (or dirty) copy"
dirty
Sleety; gusty; stormy; as, dirty weather
dirty
1 Contaminated 2 In need of a shower An adjective used to describe how Atheists and other non-believers feel after having been unwilling recipients of Fundie Thumping [See Sharing]
dirty
obtained illegally or by improper means; "dirty money"; "ill-gotten gains"
dirty
disapproval If you describe an action as dirty, you disapprove of it and consider it unfair, immoral, or dishonest. The gunman had been hired by a rival Mafia family to do the dirty deed. Dirty is also an adverb. Jim Browne is the kind of fellow who can fight dirty
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If you say that an expression is a dirty word in a particular group of people, you mean it refers to an idea that they strongly dislike or disagree with. Marketing became a dirty word at the company
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spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination; "the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout"
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Sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty fellow
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unethical or dishonest; "dirty police officers"; "a sordid political campaign"
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A block of memory (commonly a cache line or a page) which has been written to is referred to as dirty
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If you describe something such as a joke, a book, or someone's language as dirty, you mean that it refers to sex in a way that some people find offensive. They told dirty jokes and sang raucous ballads Dirty is also an adverb. I'm often asked whether the men talk dirty to me. The answer is no
dirty
Sullied; clouded; applied to color
dirty
Not clean A filesystem is dirty if it is in use or if there is no guarantee that the file system structure is static
dirty
soiled
dirty
That makes one unclean; corrupting, infecting
dirty
emphasis Dirty is used before words of criticism to emphasize that you do not approve of someone or something. You dirty liar
dirty
is often used in combination; "a dirty (or dingy) white"; "the muddied gray of the sea"; "muddy colors"; "dirty-green walls"; "dirty-blonde hair
dirty
To dirty something means to cause it to become dirty. He was afraid the dog's hairs might dirty the seats
dirty
To become soiled
dirty
A term sometimes used to describe a used syringe
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(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear; "dirty" is often used in combination; "a dirty (or dingy) white"; "the muddied gray of the sea"; "muddy colors"; "dirty-green walls"; "dirty-blonde hair"
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"
dirty
Data that has been written by the application, but the file system has cached it in memory so it has not yet been written to disk
dirty
Containing data which need to be overwritten
dirty
not clean
dirty
Morally unclean; obscene or indecent, especially sexually
dirty
To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; said of reputation, character, etc
dirty
To do someone's dirty work means to do a task for them that is dishonest or unpleasant and which they do not want to do themselves. As a member of an elite army hit squad, the army would send us out to do their dirty work for them
dirty
Defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; serving to defile; as, dirty hands; dirty water; a dirty white
dirty
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"
dirty
disapproval Dirty old man is an expression some people use to describe an older man who they think shows an unnatural interest in sex
dirty
unpleasantly stormy; "there's dirty weather in the offing"
dirty
To foul; to make filthy; to soil; as, to dirty the clothes or hands
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If someone gives you a dirty look, they look at you in a way which shows that they are angry with you. Michael gave him a dirty look and walked out
dirty
Foreign substances adhere to a cover or page See also SOILING
dirty
make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
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violating accepted standards or rules; "a dirty fighter"; "used foul means to gain power"; "a nasty unsporting serve"; "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"
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To make (something) dirty
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{f} soil, stain, sully; become soiled or dirty
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make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!" unpleasantly stormy; "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"; "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" 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" vile; despicable; "a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor" (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear; "dirty" is often used in combination; "a dirty (or dingy) white"; "the muddied gray of the sea"; "muddy colors"; "dirty-green walls"; "dirty-blonde hair
dirty
A dirty martini has a little bit of olive brine added to the concoction
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In a dirty manner
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Discolored by impurities
dirty
(adj ) See 8-bit clean
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Dishonourable; violating accepted standards or rules
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