Traducción de dirt en español:


suciedad, n.

Pronunciación /dərt/ /dəːt/

Ver definición en español de suciedad


  • 1

    • 1.1(unclean substance)

      suciedad femenino
      mugre femenino
      he looked at me as though I were dirt me miró con cara de asco
      • And these items are all covered in dust and dirt from the construction, and now sit on my windowsill.
      • I was fully dressed, my pants stained brown with dirt and dust.
      • The use of polythene cover protects it from wear and tear, dirt and dust, moisture and stains etc., and also avoids too much folding of the pages.
      • The inside needs to be free from dust bunnies, dirt, gravel, and pet dander - even if you end up buying a furry case.
      • His face was rather dirty, his nose smudged with dust and dirt, but he looked like he was enjoying himself nonetheless.
      • Three and a half months worth of dust, dirt and sand needs to be shaken from our tents, the van and rucksacks.
      • Looking closer, she saw that he bore the Seal of Royalty, covered mostly by dirt and dust from the long journey.
      • I looked down at my clothes and saw that my dark green shirt was covered with dirt and dust as well as my long dark green skirt.
      • The jeans had been stretched to the limit and were covered in dirt and dust, not to mention her top, which was in the same condition.
      • The textile cover protects the car against dirt, dust and sunlight, among other things, until the cover is removed.
      • Blackened and degraded by centuries of dust and dirt, they emerged in a remarkable state of preservation that gives an excellent idea of their intended flamboyance.
      • He wiped the red dirt from his face and struggled to catch his breath.
      • A gray tarp, ragged and covered with dry, caked dirt fell open in her hands.
      • He told me quietly as he bent down to brush some dirt off his pants.
      • "Thanks doll face, " I said with a grin before wiping some dirt off my pants.
      • The boy hesitated, wiping the dirt on his face.
      • "Oh, Chris, " Lorna said, brushing dirt off her pants.
      • Another tear escapes, tracing clean a second path through the accumulated dirt on his face.
      • The mile ended and the eight were covered in red dirt and breathing heavily.
      • Altair picked himself up from the ground, brushing the dirt from his coat.

    • 1.2 eufemismo (excrement)

      dog('s)/cat('s) dirt porquería de perro/gato eufemismo
      • And broken vodka bottles, condoms, dog dirt and human excrement have turned the area into a menacing health hazard.
      • As well as the majority of streetlights not working, it is still deeply unpleasant due mainly to being overgrown, as well as being persistently covered with litter and dog dirt.
      • There are scenes with me cleaning up dog dirt in my glittering boots!
      • I haven't forgotten my roots in Glasgow, with the dingy tenements and the grass full of dog dirt, and there are parts of Middlesbrough which look as if they belong to the Dark Ages.
      • South Lakeland District Council actually plans to consult voters on whether they are prepared to pay more council tax to remove dog dirt from the district's pavements.
      • Local politics are about refuse collection and dog dirt, not the war with Iraq.
      • Acorn Rugby Club has tried to cut down possible injuries to players by building a fence to keep the playing area free from broken glass, needless dog dirt and people's rubbish.
      • Dog dirt does not have to be fresh to be infective.
      • Always pick up dog dirt and dispose of it sensibly
      • Bags filled with rubbish, permanently fixed rat traps and mounds of dog dirt are not sights you would want to see just metres away from Skipton High Street.
      • I can vouch there is more dog dirt in Renaissance Florence than the pathways around Windermere and Ambleside - and that takes some beating.
      • Now I know that in the parks around Islington, north London, dog dirt is a menace, but the countryside is almost entirely carpeted with excrement.
      • Listening to some people, Skipton is ‘not what it used to be’; it's a dirty, badly run, untidy town full of dog dirt.
      • The 19 year-old says she has to negotiate mounds of dog dirt whenever she visits Cliffe Castle with her toddler, Rosie.
      • And it wants to remind dog owners that it is an offence not to clear up after their pets and dog dirt is dangerous for children who may come into contact with it.
      • We have watched people - mainly adults - pick up dog dirt in a polythene bag and then when they think nobody is looking just throw it down.
      • Questions will be asked about the validity of some of the issues, such as people being asked to sniff and record traces of urine and count the amount of dog dirt.
      • The women said that they had intended to remove the dog dirt but felt frightened and shaken by the demand.
      • There was dog dirt smeared on the slides and the floor.
      • Along the route I noticed 4 separate lots of dog dirt fouling the pavement.

  • 2

    • 2.1(scandal)

      they tried to get some dirt on the party intentaron ensuciar el nombre del partido

    • 2.2Britanico coloquial (obscenity)

      inmundicia femenino
      a novel with a bit of dirt in it una novela un poco verde
      • Readers need some information quickly - dirt on candidates before Election Day, for instance.
      • As you sidle up close you can hear voices swapping art world gossip, platitudes and dirt on various celebs, institutions and artists.
      • Truth is that some news agencies can't wait to get dirt on the military so they can embarrass the Bush administration.
      • She was merely retelling facts to me as I prodded her to give me dirt on all the celebs she had met whilst working in the UK.
      • Read up to find dirt on opponents; if there's nothing in the gossip pages, find weaknesses in their game.
      • ‘There is an expectation that somebody, somewhere has got some dirt on him,’ said one senior MP menacingly.
      • But they got away with it, including the distribution to the press of dirt on Dr. King, picked up by secret FBI photo and wiretap.
      • In the novel Stark assigns narrator Jack Burden the task of uncovering dirt on the universally admired Judge Monty Irwin.
      • Nixon wanted dirt on Ellsberg, so his men dispatched a ham-fisted outfit to Los Angeles to see what Fielding had.
      • He has got on the public record a senior staffer saying that he spends his time, he occupies his time, digging dirt on me.
      • He gives us some behind the scenes dirt on all these contestants.
      • The first two were definite push polls. the first one was trying to dish dirt on a candidate for governor in North Carolina.
      • Anyway, Helen doesn't need to dig up dirt on the Maori party.
      • I don't know much about Garner, but I take it as a good sign that The Guardian has utterly failed to come up with any dirt on him.
      • Their political ploy is to deny knowledge of all accusations and try to throw dirt on their opposition hoping to deflect the media attention.
      • Pam gives the inside dirt on parliament and it's not pretty.
      • In the age of Drudge and various anti-Drudges, if you have dirt on a political opponent, you make sure it gets out.
      • But his opponents are reported to be digging for dirt on the actor, who has faced claims about his private life in the past.
      • It is situations like this that provide unwarranted dirt on local promoters, partygoers and the scene in general.
      • Well, I'll dig up more dirt on you, or I'll lie and say you did something really bad.

  • 3

    (earth, soil)
    tierra femenino EEUU
    (road/track) (before noun) de tierra
    to hit the dirt caerse al suelo
    • The dirt road down to the river passed by some clay banks.
    • There's this dirt road that is in almost every dream I have.
    • The 108-mile dirt road from Buchanan to Greenville has been upgraded to a four-lane highway allowing logging to continue every day of the year.
    • California Highway Patrol and National Park Service helicopters spotted at least eight other vehicles off highways and dirt roads.
    • Ten to 12 hour trips on dirt roads in 4WDs or trucks are unheard of.
    • It's possible you could take this dirt road and eventually end up on Interstate 95 or U.S. route 1.
    • The short six-mile loop offers stretches of dirt road for passing and technical singletrack that runs along cliff edges.
    • That is up to 5,000 illegal aliens a year who must first cross this rugged border in the hills and then they must sneak across this dirt road.
    • ‘Once you're outside the capital it's all dirt roads and most houses don't have electricity,’ he said.
    • It's a place of dirt roads and galvanised iron shacks.
    • We had walkie-talkies to ensure that nobody got lost on the long journeys down dirt roads between preaching engagements.
    • Motorists leave huge clouds of dust behind them as they drive along the village's narrow dirt roads in the dry season.
    • Before the arrival of the railways in 1850, travel in India meant months of struggle over primitive dirt roads.
    • Larry wanted to give me a tour of his ranch, so we talked in his pickup, lurching down rutted dirt roads.
    • Brittany led Caleb and I down the dirt path and through the broken fence.
    • I pointed along a narrow dirt path that branched off the main access road.
    • As the trees lessened, Zeke and Jon reached the dirt path and stopped.
    • Empty cans, old rags and stained wet paper littered the uneven dirt floor.
    • He let her into a very ugly cell, with dirt for the ground.
    • Install a polyethylene vapor retarder, or equivalent material, over the dirt floor.