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dirty British & World English

Covered or marked with an unclean substance

dirty English Thesaurus

a dirty sweatshirt

play dirty British & World English

Act in a dishonest or unfair way

talk dirty British & World English

Talk about sex in a coarse or salacious way

dirty bomb British & World English

A conventional bomb that contains radioactive material

dirty look British & World English

A facial expression of disapproval, disgust, or anger

dirty money British & World English

Money obtained unlawfully or immorally

dirty pool British & World English

Dishonest, unfair, or unsportsmanlike conduct

dirty rice British & World English

A Cajun dish consisting of white rice cooked with onions, peppers, chicken livers, and herbs

dirty trick British & World English

A dishonest or unkind act

dirty word British & World English

An offensive or indecent word

dirty work British & World English

Activities or tasks that are unpleasant or dishonest and given to someone else to undertake

dirty martini British & World English

A cocktail made with gin (or vodka), dry vermouth, and a small amount of olive brine, typically garnished with a green olive

dirty weekend British & World English

A weekend spent away, especially in secret, with a lover

dirty old man British & World English

An older man who is sexually interested in younger women or girls

down and dirty British & World English

Highly competitive or unprincipled

quick and dirty British & World English

Makeshift; done or produced hastily

get one's hands dirty British & World English

Do manual, menial, or other hard work

do the dirty on someone British & World English

Cheat or betray someone

the dirty end of the stick British & World English

The difficult or unpleasant part of a task or situation

play dirty in dirty British & World English

Act in a dishonest or unfair way

talk dirty in dirty British & World English

Talk about sex in a coarse or salacious way

wash one's dirty linen in public British & World English

Discuss one’s personal affairs in public

dirty tricks in dirty trick British & World English

Underhand political or commercial activity designed to discredit an opponent

quick and dirty in quick British & World English

Makeshift; done or produced hastily

get one's hands dirty in dirty British & World English

Do manual, menial, or other hard work

the dirty end of the stick in dirty British & World English

The difficult or unpleasant part of a task or situation

do the dirty on in dirty English Thesaurus

his cook decided to do the dirty on him and not turn up for work

wash one's dirty linen in public in wash British & World English

Discuss one’s personal affairs in public

wash one's dirty linen or laundry in public in wash British & World English

Discuss one’s personal affairs in public