Definition of 'filthy'
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This filthy habit makes me feel sick. The Sun (2012)In the last twelve months the place has got absolutely filthy. The Sun (2014)They have filthy rich players with a distinct air of decadence about them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They go to school untidy and their home is filthy. The Sun (2016)Sometimes sport has a filthy habit of kicking you in the teeth. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The filthy rich footballer is not playing at the moment after picking up an ankle injury. The Sun (2008)The home was filthy and there was no food. The Sun (2014)It would be preferable if companies themselves could resolve to end this new filthy habit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is worth remembering that few of the filthy rich feel filthy or particularly rich. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She was kept in filthy conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You know they're going to say something filthy or nasty. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That's an absolutely filthy thing to say. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In defence of the teams, some filthy weather contributed to the ineptitude. Times, Sunday Times (2007)THE filthy weather and grey skies have had us flocking to book holidays. The Sun (2014)It can only be an insult if it's something utterly filthy which the guest is wanting to get rid of. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)The town is filthy dirty. The Sun (2015)He was absolutely filthy - unrecognisable. The Sun (2007)Q Delivering the place absolutely filthy. The Sun (2009)Take a good look at the first tatty and filthy old Egyptian banknote you handle and you'll see why. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'filthy'
British English: filthy /ˈfɪlθɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is filthy is very dirty indeed.
...a pair of filthy jeans.
- American English: filthy
- Arabic: قَذِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: imundo
- Chinese: 污秽的
- Croatian: prljav
- Czech: špinavý
- Danish: beskidt
- Dutch: smerig
- European Spanish: mugriento
- Finnish: likainen
- French: répugnant
- German: dreckig
- Greek: ακάθαρτος
- Italian: sudicio
- Japanese: 不潔な
- Korean: 불결한
- Norwegian: skitten
- Polish: paskudny
- European Portuguese: imundo
- Romanian: jegos
- Russian: грязный
- Spanish: mugriento
- Swedish: smutsig
- Thai: สกปรก
- Turkish: iğrenç
- Ukrainian: брудний
- Vietnamese: bẩn thỉu
Definition of filthy from the Collins English Dictionary
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