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dirty

1. mod. obscene. The movie was too dirty for me.
2. mod. low and sneaky. What a dirty thing to do!
3. mod. illegal; on the wrong side of the law. (Compare this with clean.) The cops knew that Last Card Louie was dirty, and they searched his car until they found something they could use against him.
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We should instead emulate some of the developing countries such as our neighbour Thailand which is known for their clean toilets including in rural areas,' he said in a statement today in response to the dirty toilets issue raised by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday.
So please, do not defy [the order and pump dirty water into the sea].
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Dirty God is a compelling portrait of a young mother named Jade (a powerful debut role for actress Vicky Knight), and deals with themes of courage, self-acceptance and motherhood in contemporary London.
In late 2015, Ferguson began his career as Dirty D by collaborating with German Electro-Hip Hop artist "E-Rocker" to release "Welcome to My Bass." In 2018, Ferguson and E-Rocker released "Hollywood Rock" together.
"Dirty John" is based on a true crime podcast of the same name.
Guiao said it was the Jordanians who were dirty and not the other way around.
The supply of dirty drinking water in certain schools and colleges of federal capital was causing life threatening diseases among the students, they added.
Although people complain about dirty naira notes, there is often a surfeit of new notes at party scenes and under the various intersections on the highways, pawned by touts.
One Dirty Tree is a hardcover graphic novel memoir by author Noah Van Sciver, who grew up in a large Mormon family in an utterly dilapidated New Jersey house with an address number of 133, or "One Dirty Tree".