Synonyms of dirt in English:

dirt


See US English definition of dirt

See UK English definition of dirt

See Spanish definition of suciedad

noun

1‘his face was streaked with dirt’

SYNONYMS
grime, dust, soot, smut
muck, mud, filth, mire, sludge, slime, ooze, dross, scum, pollution, waste
smudges, stains
informal crud, yuck, grot, gunge, grunge

2‘the packed dirt of the road’

SYNONYMS
earth, soil, loam, clay, silt
turf, clod, sod
ground

3‘a lawn covered in dog dirt’

SYNONYMS
excrement, excreta, droppings, faeces, dung, manure, ordure
muck, mess
informal poo
North American informal poop
vulgar slang crap, shit

4‘they tried to dig up dirt on the President’

SYNONYMS
scandal, gossip, talk, revelations, rumour, rumours, tittle-tattle, tattle
slander, libel, calumny
smears
informal low-down, dope
British informal gen
North American informal poop
US informal tea

5‘we object to the dirt that television projects into homes’

SYNONYMS
obscenity, indecency, smut, smuttiness, filth, pornography, sordidness, coarseness, bawdiness, earthiness, suggestiveness, vulgarity, ribaldry, salaciousness, salacity, lewdness
informal sleaze, porn, sleaziness, naughtiness, raunchiness, steaminess, spiciness