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Meanings of "dirt" in Spanish English Dictionary : 74 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
dirt tierra [f]
dirt suciedad [f]
dirt mugre [f]
General
dirt roña [f]
dirt inmundicia [f]
dirt porquería [f]
dirt saín [m]
dirt pringue [m/f]
dirt bahorrina [f] rare
dirt bardoma (árabe) [f] ES local
dirt bascosidad [f]
dirt basura [f]
dirt basurita [f] MX GT HN NI PA VE EC PY CL AR UY
dirt barrido [m] rare
dirt barreduras [f/pl]
dirt caca [f]
dirt nimiedad [f]
dirt bahorrina [f]
dirt chuquencia [f] HN SV
dirt chuquedad [f] HN SV
dirt grela [f] AR UY
dirt kaka [f] BO:S,C
dirt morraña [f] HN
dirt mugrería [f] BO CL
dirt mundicia [f] PY rur.
dirt ñaña [f] HN CR
dirt metralla [f] CU child
dirt metralla [f] PR
dirt pringazón [f] BO:E
dirt puercada [f] GT HN SV NI CR DO PR
dirt puerqueza [f] PY
dirt escombro [m]
dirt fango [m]
dirt cochambre [m]
dirt mugrero [m]
dirt gremu [m] UY
dirt mugre [m] CR DO CO VE EC PY UY
dirt piñén [m] CL
dirt tierral [m] GT
dirt tierrero [m] PR
dirt sedimentos [m/pl]
dirt bazofia [f]
dirt horrura [f]
dirt limpiaduras [f/pl]
dirt vileza [f]
dirt bajeza [f]
dirt lodo [m]
dirt cieno [m]
dirt excremento [m]
dirt carca (quechua) [f] PE
Idioms
dirt de terracería [adj] MX
Colloquial
dirt cascarria [f] CL:C,S AR UY
dirt caca [f]
Slang
dirt mierda [f]
Engineering
dirt basura [f]
dirt basuras [f]
dirt escombros [m/pl]
dirt impurezas [f/pl]
dirt roca estéril
dirt escombros
Chemistry
dirt tierra de aluvión [f]
dirt tierra excavada [f]
dirt fango [m]
dirt barro [m]
Geology
dirt suciedad [f]
dirt basura [f]
dirt pegadura [f]
Aeronautics
dirt suelo [m]
dirt polvo [m]
dirt aire inflamable
Mining
dirt tierra de aluvión
dirt roca estéril
dirt tierra excavada
Ceramic
dirt polvo [m]

Meanings of "dirt" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 286 result(s)

English Spanish
General
dirt cheap botado [adj] MX CAM CL CU CO VE
bit of dirt sucio [m] AMER
dirt cheap botada [adj/f] MX CAM CL CU CO VE
dirt leftover after extracting saltpeter barrera [f]
speck of dirt basurita [f] MX GT HN NI PA VE EC PY CL AR UY
top of a mound of dirt cabezada [f]
cover in dirt aterrar [v]
yellowish dirt albero [m]
dirt road camino de cabras [m]
dirt cheap a precio de ganga [adv]
dirt track terracería [f] MX
accumulated dirt cagazón [f] CU
task of removing some dirt from around the stalk of a sugar cane plant to promote the growth of shoots desboquillada [f] AR:Nw rur.
clump of dirt covered in grass and thick grass roots chamba (portugués) [f] EC
clump of dirt covered in grass and thick grass roots, that is generally cut in a prism shape and used to grow grass champa [f] EC CL AR:N BO:W,C
clump of dirt with roots still attached and used to transplant plants champa [f] CL AR:N BO:W,C
dirt built up around the opening of an anthill cashoma [f] SV
dirt used to make sun-dried brick cangagua [f] EC
dirt used to make sun-dried brick cangahua [f] EC
dirt road between two planted fields guardarraya [f] CU
dirt in one's eye granza [f] HN
dirt road huella [f] NI EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
dirt path huella [f] NI EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
task of moving dirt with a spade lampeada [f] PE BO
dirt road terracería [f] MX
abundant dirt suciera [f] VE AR:Ne UY
dirt ridge to direct water taipa [f] AR:Ne UY rur.
dirt cultivated with the hoe tamagua [f] MX:C rur.
(for sand, trunks, branches and dirt) pile up on twists, or backwaters of rivers and gorges abalserarse [v] HN NI
brush off the dirt cepillar la suciedad [v]
pound clothes to remove the dirt when washing aporrear [v] CL AR rur.
pound clothes to remove the dirt when washing aporrear [v] VE:W rur.
buy something dirt cheap comprar algo tirado [v]
buy something dirt cheap comprar algo baratísimo (coloquial) [v]
buy something dirt cheap comprar algo regalado [v]
do somebody dirt ser sucio con alguien [v] fig.
do somebody dirt actuar de manera sucia hacia alguien [v]
remove dirt from a place to clean it (road/ditch/channel) desaterrar [v] HN NI CR MX rur.
remove debris/dirt from a place to level it desaterrar [v] EC rare
remove the dirt that impedes the sprouting of shoots in the sugar cane plant desboquillar [v] AR:Nw rur.
swerve on a clay or dirt road (vehicle) culetear [v] EC
cover an area with a clump of dirt covered in grass champear [v] EC PE CL
treat someone like dirt cholear [v] EC PE
cover with dirt entierrar [v] HN SV
get dirty with dirt entierrarse [v] HN SV
break up dirt before planting seeds cantear [v] PR rur.
move dirt or make furrows with a plow guachar (inglés watch) [v] EC rur.
remove the dirt covering stalks and bulbs desporcar [v] PE BO rur.
smooth garden walls covering them with a mixture of dirt and horse manure emboñigar [v] CO
finish walls with a mixture of horse manure and dirt embostar [v] VE rur.
dirt-cheap tirado [adj]
dirt cheap tirado [adj]
dirt cheap regalado [adj]
dirt cheap ínfimo [adj]
covered with dirt sucio [adj]
caked with dirt sucio [adj]
covered with dirt (thing) entierrado [adj] EC rare
covered with dirt (thing) entierrado [adj] MX VE
passable (dirt path) carrozable [adj] EC PE
piling of sand, branches, and dirt on twists and backwaters of rivers and gorges abalseramiento [m] HN NI
dirt extracted from boiling sugarcane juice basurón [m] HN rur.
dirt road callejón [m] CR DO VE AR
the dirt formed by stepping on spilled liquid patiñero [m] CU
the dirt formed by stepping on spilled liquid fanguero [m] CU
the dirt formed by stepping on spilled liquid charquero [m] CU PR
the dirt formed by stepping on spilled liquid babiney [m] CU
pile (usually dirt/clothing) bulto [m] GT HN NI rur.
heap of something (typically dirt/clothing) bulto [m] GT HN NI rur.
an unpaved, dirt road camino carretero [m] EC BO
an unpaved, dirt road covered with gravel camino ripiado [m] EC BO
removal of dirt, weeds, or roots covering vines (generally by using a hand plow) desaporque [m] AR:Nw rur.
removal of dirt from the sugar cane stalk to aerate and promote the growth of shoots desaporque [m] HN rur.
task of removing some dirt from around the stalk of a sugar cane plant to promote the growth of shoots desboquille [m] AR:Nw
rectangular wooden frame with a metal screen used to sift dirt or sand cernidor [m] BO CL PY
dirt that accumulates around the neck in the form of a collar cicutilla [m] VE:W
piled up dirt churre [m] CU
dirt formation caused by erosion estoraque [m] CO
dirt that accumulates in the creases of the neck collar del churre [m] CU
dirt road huellón [m] AR UY
dirt path huellón [m] AR UY
dirt hilled up when planting yucca montecito [m] PR rur.
rural room with mud walls, straw roof, and dirt floor rancho [m] UY
dirt on the face quechuro [m] PE disused
large amount of dirt tierrero [m] SV CR CU PR CO VE EC
person who builds dirt ridges to direct water taipero [m] AR:Ne UY rur.
accumulated of dirt and sweat on skin zurro [m] PA
red dirt tagüe [m] HN:S NI
red dirt tagüite [m] HN NI
dirt road calle de tierra [m]
dirt road camino de tierra [m]
person who is treated like dirt carne de cogote [loc/nom] PE BO
steady blow of dirt continuo viento de tierra
dirt floor piso de tierra
dirt floor suelo de tierra
collection of dirt marea [f] disused
dirt/mud on the clothes zarpa [f]
dirt/mud on clothes zarrapastra [f]
dirt sticking to clothes zarria [f]
remove dirt from silk-worms deslechar [v] rur. rare
remove a heap of dirt/rubbish desmontar [v]
wallow in dirt encenagarse [v]
bespatter/splash with dirt salpicar [v]
bespattered with dirt zarposo [adj]
not prone to show the dirt sufrido [adj]
pay-dirt recovered from a derelict mine pallaco [m] BO CL
grease, dirt on clothes saín [m]
bespattered with dirt zarposa [adj/f]
not prone to show the dirt sufrida [adj/f]
pay-dirt tierra con oro [f]
pile of dirt caliche [m] PE
Idioms
hit pay dirt hacerse rico [v]
dish the dirt on someone poner a alguien como hoja de perejil [v]
dish the dirt on someone poner a alguien a parir [v]
dig some dirt up on someone sacar los trapos sucios de alguien [v]
dig the dirt sacar los trapos sucios [v]
dig some dirt up on someone averiguar algo malo sobre alguien [v]
dig some dirt up on someone investigar datos negativos sobre alguien [v]
dig up dirt averiguar los aspectos negativos [v]
dig the dirt averiguar los aspectos negativos [v]
dig up dirt sacar los trapos sucios [v]
dish the dirt ventilar secretos [v]
dish the dirt chismear [v]
dish the dirt revelar intimidades [v]
dish the dirt chismorrear [v]
dish the dirt sacar los trapos sucios [v]
dish the dirt on somebody sacar los trapos sucios de alguien [v]
dish the dirt on somebody chismear sobre alguien [v]
hit pay dirt encontrar la gallina de los huevos de oro [v]
hit the dirt (us) salir de la cama [v]
hit the dirt (us) ponerse en marcha [v]
hit the dirt (us) caerse de bruces [v]
treat someone like dirt tratar a alguien a patadas [v]
treat someone like dirt tratar a alguien a zapatazos [v]
treat someone like dirt tratar a alguien como a un perro [v]
treat someone like dirt tratar a alguien como un trapo [v]
be covered in dirt estar hecho una porquería [v]
be dirt-cheap estar tirado [v]
rub somebody's nose in the dirt restregarle algo en la cara de alguien [v]
rub somebody's nose in the dirt refregarle algo en las narices de alguien [v]
rub somebody's nose in the dirt hacer morderle el polvo a alguien [v]
rub somebody's nose in the dirt hacer morderle el fango a alguien [v]
strike pay dirt descubrir algo muy valioso [v]
strike pay dirt dar con un filón de oro [v]
treat somebody like dirt menospreciar a alguien [v]
treat somebody like dirt tratar a alguien con desprecio [v]
be as common as dirt ser de medio [v]
be covered in dirt estar hecho un cerote [v] ANS
be dirt cheap costar una zoncera [v]
treat someone like a dirt traer al redopelo a alguien [v]
treat someone like a dirt tratar a baquetazos a alguien [v]
treat someone like dirt tirar como costal de guano [v] HN rur.
throw dried beans in the air to separate them from dirt or stubble soplar frijoles [v] HN rur.
dig up dirt coger un güiro [v] DO
be dirt poor comerse el sucio de las uñas [v] HN
be dirt poor comerse las uñas [v] MX GT SV HN
older than dirt más viejo que andar a pie [adj] CU CO
older than dirt más viejo que el frío [adj] PR
older than dirt más viejo que el morro [adj] CU
older than dirt más viejo que la injusticia [adj] AR UY
older than dirt más viejo que la moda de andar a pie [adj] CU
dirt-cheap regalado
dirt-cheap tirado
as common as dirt común y corriente
as cheap as dirt una ganga
as cheap as dirt regalado
as common as dirt de lo más ordinario
as common as dirt de clase baja
as common as dirt desaliñado
as common as dirt muy ordinario
as common as dirt rudo
as cheap as dirt tirado
as cheap as dirt en liquidación
as common as dirt tosco
as cheap as dirt baratísimo
dirt cheap de remate
dirt cheap muy barato
as common as dirt corriente y moliente
curly dirt inmundicia
curly dirt muy sucio
cheap as dirt muy barato
common as dirt muy ordinario
common as dirt vulgar
common as dirt desaliñado
common as dirt tosco
common as dirt del montón
throw dirt enough, and some will stick miente, que la mentira repetida termina por ser verdad
dirt cheap baratísimo
dirt-cheap baratísimo
Colloquial
dirt or filth curtiembre [f] CR disused rur.
sticky hardened wool that is formed by the dirt on the back and lower body of the sheep colila [f] BO
hit pay dirt ponerse las botas [v]
make someone feel like dirt poner a uno a la altura del betún [v]
do someone dirt andar en chanchullos [v]
treat someone like dirt tratar a alguien a coces [v]
be dirt-poor no tener dónde caerse muerto [v]
treat like dirt ningunear a alguien [v]
treat like dirt tratar muy mal a alguien [v]
treat somebody like dirt ningunear a alguien [v]
treat somebody like dirt tratar muy mal a alguien [v]
treat someone like dirt basurear a alguien [v]
treat like dirt basurear [v] EC PE PY AR UY
dirt cheap muy barato [adj]
dirt (on the body) piñén [m] CL
unhealthy place populated by flies and dirt mosquerío [m] GT CL
dirt that forms on the skin of neck and joints tabaquito [m] CU
be cheap as dirt estar por los suelos
be dirt-cheap estar por los suelos
dirt cheap a huevo CO
dirt cheap muy barato
dirt cheap tirado de precio
Phrases
it's dirt cheap es baratísimo
Slang
dirt nap muerte [f]
eat dirt morder el polvo [v]
eat dirt humillarse [v]
dish the dirt on somebody difamar a alguien [v]
dish the dirt on somebody calumniar a alguien [v]
dirt nap fuera de combate [v]
take a dirt nap morirse y ser sepultado [v]
take a dirt nap fallecer y ser enterrado [v]
what ever blows the dirt up your skirt lo que tú digas
dirt cheap muy barato
dirt cheap tirado (de precio)
Business
pay-dirt aluvión explotable
pay-dirt terreno aurífero
pay-dirt aluvión remunerador
Textile
blood infection from cat dirt toxoplasmosis [f]
Engineering
dirt moving escombramiento [m] VE
dirt moving desmonte [m]
dirt chamber cámara para polvo
placer dirt aluvión aurífero
dirt moving movimiento de tierras
dirt moving remoción de tierra
dirt path camino de tierra
dirt factor factor de suciedad
dirt road camino terrizo
dirt-excluding que evita el polvo
cat dirt carbón piritoso
dirt moving trabajo de desmonte
dirt trap colector de impurezas
dirt moving movimiento de tierras
dirt moving obra de tierra
dirt road camino natural
dirt road camino de tierra
Chemistry
dirt band capa de estériles [f]
stowing dirt fango almacenado [m]
Geology
dirt clod champa [f]
heap or pile of dirt terrero [m]
waste rock and dirt in a mine atierres [m]
heap of dirt terrero [m]
pile of dirt terrero [m]
Medicine
dirt phobia misofobia [f]
dirt phobia ripofobia [f]
dirt phobia fobia a la suciedad
Psychology
greasy dirt mugre [f]
dirt eating comer tierra
fear of dirt miedo a la suciedad
Nursing Terms
placer dirt placer [m]
Construction Machinery
ice and dirt grouser garra para hielo y tierra
Technical
dirt moving trabajo de desmontes
dirt trap trampa de sedimentos
dirt moving remoción de tierra
Mechanics
dirt trap colector de impurezas
Aeronautics
dirt inhalation aspiración de suciedad
Agriculture
put more dirt on already planted land segundar [v] MX rur.
dirt hilled up when planting yucca montón [m] PR rur.
Mining
dirt-packing machine bateadora de aluviones [f]
pay dirt aluvión explotable [m]
pay dirt aluvión remunerador [m] LAM
pay dirt aluvión productivo [m] ES
placer dirt placer [m]
pay dirt terreno aurífero [m] LAM
pay dirt terreno productivo [m] ES
wooden frame with a cloth or metal mesh used to separate minerals from dirt maritate [m] BO:Sw
pay dirt aluvión remunerador
pay dirt aluvión explotable
pay dirt aluvión productivo
pay dirt terreno aurífero
dirt band capa de estériles
pay dirt terreno productivo
dirt line banda de fango
dirt band banda de fango
pay dirt grava provechosa
Petrol
paraffin dirt lodo parafínico
Energy
washery dirt estéril [m]
dirt pocket depósito de sedimentos
cat dirt carbón piritoso