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dirt /də:t/
  • ngoại động từ
    • đâm bằng dao găm
    • danh từ
      • đồ bẩn thỉu, đồ dơ bẩn, đồ dơ dáy
      • bùn nhão; ghét
        • hands igrained with dirt: tay cáu ghét
      • đất
      • vật rác rưởi, vật vô giá trị
      • lời nói tục tĩu, lời thô bỉ, lời thô tục
        • to talk dirt: nói tục tĩu
      • to eat dirt
        • nuốt nhục
      • to fling (throw, cast) dirt at somebody
        • chửi rủa ai
      • bôi nhọ ai, bôi xấu ai, gièm pha ai
      • yellow dirt
        • vàng
    Concise Dictionary
    dɜːt
    noun
    +the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
    +the state of being covered with unclean things
    +obscene terms for feces
    +disgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people
    adj.
    +(of roads) not leveled or drained; unsuitable for all year travel
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 soil, mud, muck, mire, grime, slime, sludge, ooze, slop; dust, soot; excrement, ordure; filth, waste, refuse, trash, garbage, rubbish, offal, junk, dross, sweepings; leavings, scrap, orts; Slang Brit gunge, US grunge:
    This vacuum cleaner is guaranteed to pick up any kind of dirt.
    2 soil, earth, loam, ground, clay:
    Hydroponics is the technique of farming without dirt, using only liquid nutrients.
    3 indecency, obscenity, smut, pornography, foulness, corruption, filth, vileness:
    Customs confiscated much of the dirt before it could enter the country.
    4 gossip, scandal, talk, rumour, inside information, Colloq low-down, dope, Slang US scuttlebutt:
    I got the dirt from David about what really happened at the party.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + noun [U]
    1 any substance that makes sth dirty, for example dust, soil or mud: His clothes were covered in dirt. + First remove any grease or dirt from the surface. + The problem with white is that it soon shows the dirt.
    2 (especially AmE) loose earth or soil: He picked up a handful of dirt and threw it at them. + Pack the dirt firmly round the plants. + They lived in a shack with a dirt floor.
    3 (informal) unpleasant or harmful information about sb that could be used to damage their reputation, career, etc: Do you have any dirt on the new guy?
    4 (informal) = EXCREMENT: dog dirt
    Idioms see DISH v., TREAT v.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 dust/soil/mud

    ADJ.

    loose
    She brushed the loose dirt off her coat.
    | ingrained | dog

    QUANT.

    speck | streak
    He had streaks of dirt all over his face.
    | layer

    VERB + DIRT

    be covered in/with
    His shoes were covered in dirt.
    | brush off, clean off, remove, wash off | show
    The white rug really shows the dirt.

    DIRT + VERB

    accumulate
    Dirt had accumulated in the corners of the windows.

    DIRT + NOUN

    road, track | floor

    PREP.

    in the ~
    children playing in the dirt

    2 harmful/unpleasant information about sb

    VERB + DIRT

    have

    PREP.

    ~ on
    Do you have any dirt on the new guy?

    PHRASES

    dish the dirt
    (= tell people unkind/unpleasant things about sb)She just loves to dish the dirt.



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