dirtnoun

  • ja土、泥
  • enloose soil, mud, dust, or another substance that makes things dirty

Examples

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And this is actually dirt on the bottom of the mushrooms.
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It was never wiped off.
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I got a jar of dirt.
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I got a jar of dirt.
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And guess what's inside it.
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- It's dirt. It's only dirt. - Oh, fuck.
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It's only dirt.
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And then with running water,
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run the water down through the leaves and wash away all this dirt.
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See all this dirt?
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I hate that park.
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It's just a patch of dirt and weeds.
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And we're gonna buy it.

Other meanings for dirt...

dirtnoun

  • jaゴシップ、噂話、批判
  • engossip, criticism, or rumor
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And since we are real friends, I thought that since she's not here,
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I'm going to share some dirt on Ellen.
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Right? You want some dirt?
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And I'm not talking just dirt.
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I'm telling you some deep, dark secrets.
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Janine gave me a piece of gum earlier.
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She also dished some dirt too.
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Are you done?
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Are you done lying, Chris?
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Don't forget, you hooked up with me in college.
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That was me.
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So what kind of dirt did you dig up on Hawkins?
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Nothing concrete, but we think we know their next target.
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Capital Trust Bank, Fort Green Branch.
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As part of our investigation into the Golden Gang,
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she managed to get alarms schematics and blueprints.
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It's a perfect cover. She's so smooth.
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Oh, yeah, she's a smooth criminal.
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MJ, RIP.
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People are scared to run when they know they have dirt on them.
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And I think the reason you're not running is because we have this on you.
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It is.
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I'm going to show it.
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Let's just let it out.
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And people will judge if they would vote for you or not.