Italian translation of 'sordid'
- (place, room etc)
- (deal, motive etc)
- (place, room etc)
Example Sentences Including 'sordid'
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And who can resist such a sordid and seductive tale?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He is unable to remember the sordid detail.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Most disturbing is their fury at the poverty that leaves them conducting their affair in sordid hotels.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Murder and sordid affairs in a holiday camp?The Sun (2014)
Not only did he steal from me, he did it while having a sordid affair behind my back.The Sun (2016)
The Conway saga is a sordid tale of grubby politics, naked greed and social ambition.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The sordid affair had wrecked my life for too long.The Sun (2011)
This is a sordid tale, splendidly told.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Unless the affair was truly sordid.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You can read the sordid details elsewhere.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He will also want to know whether the matter is now closed or further sordid details could still emerge.The Sun (2010)
Just a sordid little punch-up.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Being honest, an hour of this sort of sordid tale can get a bit much though.The Sun (2015)
He said: 'You will hear all sorts of sordid details in relation to this case but this is not a court of morals.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
His lyrics reflected life's brutal, sordid details with biting wit and infectious humour.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
I am emotionally ruined because of his sordid, secret affair.The Sun (2013)
I just hope we do not hear about any more celeb sordid tales and trials.The Sun (2014)
People would see our affair as sordid and wrong, whereas to us it feels anything but.The Sun (2016)
The bank probe into internal emails and instant messages has also allegedly unearthed other City traders' sordid behaviour.The Sun (2014)
There is a twist to his sordid tale.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Used Occasionally. sordid is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: sordid ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's behaviour as sordid, you mean that it is immoral or dishonest.
He sat with his head buried in his hands as his sordid double life was revealed.
Translation of sordid from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary