dirtyadverb

  • jaアンフェアに、卑劣に、不正に
  • enin an unfair, dishonest, or offensive way

Examples

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Doing the right thing is messy.
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But if you wanna fight for what's right,
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sometimes you have to fight dirty.
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That's the problem with playing dirty, Beth.
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Because when someone plays dirty back, there's no one to cry to.
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There's no charges to file.
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There's nowhere to scream about the injustice you've endured.
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Because if you do, all your filthy laundry just spills right out into the open for everyone to see.
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And there's a war coming.
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You bet your ass it's coming.
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This is where change begins — with new partnerships.
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They will pull you.
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They will twist you and tear you into tiny pieces.
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To beat her, I have to attack him.
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I have to play dirty.
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In that clip, which I love, Kourtney and Kim are fighting about the annual Christmas card photoshoot.
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- That's brutal, by the way. - Yeah.
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- That's, like, brutal. - They were playing dirty.
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- They were really fighting dirty that day. - Oh, my goodness.
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"Don't play dirty, unless it's mnemonics.
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Then be as filthy as possible.
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The hypothalamus plays a major role in the regulation of basic biological drives related to survival,
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including the so-called 4 Fs — fighting, fleeing, feeding, and mating."
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The "mating" should be something else.
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It rhymes with puck, luck, shuck.
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She’s willing to play dirty
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not only meddling with Regina’s intimate relationships,
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but also ruthlessly exploiting her body image issues.
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Cady, all I've been eating are these Kalteen bars.
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They suck.
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You know Trump's gonna fight dirty.
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But if you come swinging with that uppercut and that — boom — knockout,
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you're going to be alright.