Traducción de dirty word en español:
- palabrota (feminine), mala palabra (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) , taco (masculine) (Spain/España) , garabato (masculine) (Chile) 'failure' is a dirty word here aquí 'fracaso' es una palabra tabú or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) una mala palabraExample sentences
- Here, at last, was someone who I had feared would always be a figment of my imagination: a Labour leader who did not regard profit as a dirty word but who did regard nationalisation as a dirty word.
- In the US where the words Welfare and Public Service are regarded as dirty words, they only spend 30% of the GDP on public services.
- One subject we have not dealt with is the visual junk diet of soaps, smut, and vulgar language: the verbal corruption that has infected our nation's bloodstream and turned courtesy into a dirty word among the young.
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