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grimy
American English: /ˈɡraɪmi/
British English: /ˈɡrʌɪmi/

Translation of grimy in Spanish:

adjective -mier, -miest

  • Example sentences
    • The campaign is part of a push to end Manchester's grimy industrial image and sell the city to the world as clean, green and modern.
    • It is hoped it will change people's perception of Sheffield as a grimy city which has never quite managed to lose its industrial past.
    • In Hong Kong, the management suite moved from the tony Central district to a grimy industrial estate.

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