A substance, such as mud or dust, that soils someone or something
his face was covered in dirt
Loose soil or earth; the ground
the soldier sagged to the dirt
Earth used to make a surface for a road, floor, or other area of ground
a dirt road
a lawn covered in dog dirt
A state or quality of uncleanliness
Pittsburgh used to be renowned for the sweat and dirt of industry
Gossip, esp. information about someone's activities or private life that could prove damaging if revealed
is there any dirt on Desmond?
Obscene or sordid material
we object to the dirt that television projects into homes
A worthless or contemptible person or thing
she treats him like dirt
(of roads) not leveled or drained; unsuitable for all year travel
soil: the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
the state of being covered with unclean things
crap: obscene terms for feces
scandal: disgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people
Dirt is unclean matter, especially when in contact with a person's clothes, skin or possessions when they are said to become dirty. "Grimy" or "filthy" are also commonly used descriptive words. Common types of dirt include soil, soot and dust. ...
Dirt! is the sixth album by the Canadian comedy music group The Arrogant Worms, released in 1999.
Dirt is a Chinese film from 1994 which depicts the nascent rock music scene of Beijing. It is considered an important example of the Sixth Generation movement that emerged in China after the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.Zhang, Yingjin & Xiao, Zhiwei (1998). ...
DIRT were an anarcho-punk band from the UK. Initially formed in 1980 (with a core line-up of Gary, Deno, Fox, Lou and Vomit), the band frequently played with fellow anarchists Crass, before releasing their first EP, Object, Refuse, Reject, Abuse on the Crass Records label. ...
Dirt cake is a general term for several American cake recipes that utilize sandwich cookies and pudding in combination with other ingredients to create desserts that have a dirty look. ...
Dirt is the second studio album from Welsh rock band Kids in Glass Houses, released on March 29, 2010 through Roadrunner Records. ...
soil or earth; A stain or spot (on clothes etc); any foreign substance that worsens appearance; Previously unknown negative facts (or invented "facts") about a person, gossip; To make foul or filthy; soil; befoul; dirty
Small flecks of foreign material which have a colour in contrast to that of the paper, and a combined size and contrast that is large enough to be aesthetically displeasing under normal viewing conditions.
To dream of seeing freshly stirred dirt around flowers or trees, denotes thrift and healthful conditions abound for the dreamer. ...
Indefinite term referring to any extraneous material entering a mold cavity and usually forming a blemish on the casting surface.
Description- Dirt with rocks or clay. Absolutely no contaminated soil.
Deposit Interest Retention Tax is a tax that is deducted when Interest is paid to your account (unless you are DIRT exempt).
The presence of relatively nonreflective foreign particles embedded in a sheet of paper. The size and lack of reflectance of the particles may be such that they will be mistaken for inked areas by an optical scanner.
Dirt is any foul or filthy substance. For instance, mud, grime, soil, and dust can be considered dirt. See Soil.
Loose material from all manufacturing sources, e.g., slitter or trimmer dust, lint, starch, loose coating pigments and loosely bonded fibers. With respect to paper recycling, dirt can refer to a range of small contaminants.
The stuff that one usually finds on the viewfinder lenses and mirrors of vintage cameras used for TtV photography.
Actions or feelings that you feel are grubby or immoral; letting yourself down / Inability to accept something as reality; needing to ground yourself / Defaming somebody
n. 1. Filth. This is never dirt (soil) as used for plants.
n) – [dIrt] – BMX riding on jumps formed from packed dirt, usually including rollers, berms, and doubles. “I think I’m going to start riding more dirt.” [see also: trails]