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filth

 (fĭlth)
n.
1.
a. Foul or dirty matter.
b. Disgusting garbage or refuse.
2. A dirty or corrupt condition; foulness.
3. Something, such as language or printed matter, considered obscene, prurient, or immoral.

[Middle English, from Old English fȳlth; see pū̆- in Indo-European roots.]

filth

(fɪlθ)
n
1. foul or disgusting dirt; refuse
2. extreme physical or moral uncleanliness; pollution
3. vulgarity or obscenity, as in language
4. the filth derogatory slang the police
[Old English fӯlth; related to Old Saxon, Old High German fūlitha; see foul, defile]

filth

(fɪlθ)

n.
1. offensive or disgusting dirt or refuse.
2. foul condition.
3. moral impurity, corruption, or obscenity.
4. vulgar or obscene language or thought.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English fȳlth. See foul, -th1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.filth - any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant
waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product - any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
2.filth - the state of being covered with unclean thingsfilth - the state of being covered with unclean things
dirtiness, uncleanness - the state of being unsanitary
3.filth - a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refusefilth - a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
unsanitariness - a state that is not conducive to health
4.filth - an offensive or indecent word or phrase
cock, pecker, peter, dick, putz, prick, tool, shaft - obscene terms for penis
dogshit, horseshit, Irish bull, bullshit, crap, shit, bull - obscene words for unacceptable behavior; "I put up with a lot of bullshit from that jerk"; "what he said was mostly bull"
chickenshit - a false statement that is considered to indicate timidity or fear
bawdry, bawdy - lewd or obscene talk or writing; "it was smoking-room bawdry"; "they published a collection of Elizabethan bawdy"
scatology - a preoccupation with obscenity (especially that dealing with excrement or excretory functions)
profanity - vulgar or irreverent speech or action
dickhead, mother fucker, motherfucker, prick, asshole, bastard, son of a bitch, whoreson, cocksucker, SOB, shit - insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
peeing, pissing, pee, piss - informal terms for urination; "he took a pee"
bugger all, Fanny Adams, fuck all, sweet Fanny Adams - little or nothing at all; "I asked for a raise and they gave me bugger-all"; "I know sweet Fanny Adams about surgery"
poop, shit, shite, turd, crap, dirt - obscene terms for feces

filth

noun
1. dirt, refuse, pollution, muck, shit (taboo slang), crap (taboo slang), garbage, sewage, contamination, dung, sludge, squalor, grime, faeces, slime, excrement, nastiness, carrion, excreta, crud (slang), foulness, putrefaction, ordure, defilement, kak (S. African taboo slang), grot (slang), filthiness, uncleanness, putrescence, foul matter tons of filth and sewage
2. obscenity, corruption, pornography, indecency, impurity, vulgarity, smut, vileness, dirty-mindedness The dialogue was all filth and innuendo.

filth

noun
1. Foul or dirty matter:
Slang: crud.
2. The condition or state of being dirty:
3. Something that is offensive to accepted standards of decency:
Slang: raunch.
Translations
قَذارَه
špína
møgsnavs
óhreinindi; óòverri
purvinas
mēslinetīrumi
umazanija

filth

[fɪlθ] N
1. (lit) (= dirt) → suciedad f, mugre f; (= excrement) → heces fpl
2. (fig)
2.1. (= people) → basura f
those people are nothing but filthesa gente no es más que basura
2.2. (= bad language) → groserías fpl, obscenidades fpl
I've never read such filthjamás he leído groserías or obscenidades semejantes
3. (= police) the filthla policía, la pasma (Sp) , la bofia (Sp) , la cana (S. Cone)

filth

[ˈfɪlθ] n
(= dirt) → saleté f
(= indecent material) → obscénités fpl

filth

n (lit)Schmutz m, → Dreck m; (fig)Schweinerei f (inf), → Sauerei f (inf); (= people)Dreckspack nt (inf), → (Lumpen)gesindel nt; the filth (pej sl: = police) → die Bullen pl (sl); all the filth they wrote about him in the papersall der Unflat, der über ihn in der Zeitung geschrieben wurde; less of your filth!nicht so viele Schweinereien, bitte!; she screamed filth down the phonesie rief Schweinereien ins Telefon (inf)

filth

[fɪlθ] nsudiciume m, sporcizia (fig) → oscenità
it's just sheer filth → non è altro che una porcheria

filth

(filθ) noun
anything very dirty or foul. Look at that filth on your boots!
ˈfilthy adjective
1. very dirty. The whole house is absolutely filthy.
2. obscene. a filthy story.
References in classic literature ?
One long arm of it is blind, and the filth stays there forever and a day.
He was no prude and could laugh as well as anyone at the witty immorality of a farce at the Palais Royal, but here was nothing but filth.
Nothing but filth and mud, however you knock at your coffin lid at night, when the dead arise, however you cry: 'Let me out, kind people, to live in the light of day
It was littered with scraps of carrot, shreds of green stuff, and indescribable filth.
But the scullery you would not care to see; it is greasy, dirty, and odoriferous, while the stairs are in rags, and the walls so covered with filth that the hand sticks fast wherever it touches them.
In one cell, where a little light penetrated, a man had lived twenty-seven years without seeing the face of a human being--lived in filth and wretchedness, with no companionship but his own thoughts, and they were sorrowful enough and hopeless enough, no doubt.
On an earthen floor, hard-packed of the filth of years, lived Lamai's father and mother and a spawn of four younger brothers and sisters.
The poor woman had indeed been loading her heart with foul language for some time, and now it scoured out of her mouth, as filth doth from a mud-cart, when the board which confines it is removed.
This hotel had already reached that stage, and the soldier in a filthy uniform smoking in the entry, supposed to stand for a hall-porter, and the cast-iron, slippery, dark, and disagreeable staircase, and the free and easy waiter in a filthy frock coat, and the common dining room with a dusty bouquet of wax flowers adorning the table, and filth, dust, and disorder everywhere, and at the same time the sort of modern up-to-date self-complacent railway uneasiness of this hotel, aroused a most painful feeling in Levin after their fresh young life, especially because the impression of falsity made by the hotel was so out of keeping with what awaited them.
The Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA), through its campaign to clean the city's residential areas and link roads, has cleared most of the filth depots, the mayor said, and added that the campaign period has been extended till January end.
The amount of litter was unbelievable, hence we love living in filth.
Wastewater passes through the pumps for further purification and recycling, but now the filth is gaining in 2 reservoirs with the combined capacity of 25 thousand cubic meters.