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dirt-free

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Definition of dirt-free in English:

adjective

Free from dirt; perfectly clean: pristine, dirt-free streets
More example sentences
  • At the time of their inspection the common parts appeared to be reasonably dirt free.
  • She has a liking for such products as make her home environment more dirt free and germ free.
  • Raw cotton as it entered the mill was not clean and dirt free.

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