Meaning of dirtily in English:

dirtily

Pronunciation /ˈdəːtɪli/

Translate dirtily into Spanish

adverb

See dirty

‘Sure, Cavendish can shake and shimmy with the best of them and growl as dirtily as West as she delivers lines like ‘I used to be Snow White - but I drifted.’’
  • ‘And yes, ok, that could be taken really dirtily…’
  • ‘‘I like it when you call me daddy,’ he joked dirtily.’
  • ‘He looked at me dirtily, but ripped the box open.’
  • ‘There must be something wrong with me, darkly, dirtily wrong.’
  • ‘The men were still miners, digging dirtily with hard enthusiasm.’
  • ‘They rolled on the muddy ground for quite some time before Bridget ran inside the house with Mark trailing dirtily behind her.’
  • ‘Terry dirtily shot me an angry look that said ‘Why couldn't you have just listened to me?’’
  • ‘And there it was, right between the house and a barn sitting dirtily and conspicuously.’