English translation of 'Schmutz'
masculine nounWord forms: Schmutzes genitive, no plural
die Handwerker haben viel Schmutz gemacht the workmen have made a lot of mess
sie leben in Schmutz they live in real squalor
der Stoff nimmt leicht Schmutz an the material dirties easily
2. (figurative) filth
Schmutz und Schund offensive material
jdn/etw in den Schmutz ziehen or zerren to drag sb/sth through the mud
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'Schmutz' in Other Languages
British English: dirt /dɜːt/ NOUN
If there is dirt on something, there is dust, mud, or a stain on it.
I started to scrub off the dirt.
- American English: dirt
- Arabic: قَذَارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sujeira
- Chinese: 污物
- Croatian: prljavština
- Czech: špína
- Danish: snavs
- Dutch: vuil
- European Spanish: suciedad
- Finnish: lika
- French: saleté
- German: Schmutz
- Greek: βρομιά
- Italian: sporcizia
- Japanese: 汚れ
- Korean: 더러움
- Norwegian: møkk
- Polish: brud
- European Portuguese: sujidade
- Romanian: murdărie
- Russian: грязь
- Spanish: suciedad
- Swedish: smuts
- Thai: สิ่งสกปรก
- Turkish: kir
- Ukrainian: бруд
- Vietnamese: chất bẩn
British English: grime NOUN
Grime is dirt which has collected on the surface of something.
He got the grime off his hands before rejoining her in the kitchen.
Translation of Schmutz from the Collins German to English Dictionary