słownik polski - angielski

język polski - English

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po angielsku:

1. slatternly



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2. dirt


My hands are dirty.
The toilet is very dirty.
The walls were covered with dirt.
extremely cheap
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3. filthy


filthy clothes/car/room/hands
filthy rich
if something is filthy, it is extremely dirty
these filthy rich people
very dirty

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4. grubby


The toilet is very dirty.
[adjective] - dirty
another words - dirty
dirty
grubby coat/face

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meet the parents

5. piggish



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6. messy


przykład ze słówkiem
so I don't have to get involved in these messy, emotional entanglements.
untidy British English not neat – used about people, places, clothes, hair etc: His bedroom was always untidy. My Dad is very untidy.
untidy or dirty
your room is messy

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7. sluttish



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8. sordid


Howard had not told her about all his sordid past.
The whole, sordid adventure known to everyone and her parents.
There are lots of really sordid apartments in the city's poorer areas.
[adjective] - immoral and shocking
sordid living conditions/He shared the sordid details of his past./sordid business deals/a sordid scandal, affair

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9. untidy


Jim is very untidy – his bedroom is a mess.
Jim is very untidy – his bedroom is a real mess.
Sophie’s house is always untidy because she doesn’t have time to tidy it.
This room is very untidy.
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