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filth·y

 (fĭl′thē)
adj. filth·i·er, filth·i·est
1. Covered or smeared with filth; disgustingly dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
2. Obscene or offensive: a filthy magazine; filthy language.
3. Vile; nasty: a filthy traitor.

filth′i·ly adv.
filth′i·ness n.

filthy

(ˈfɪlθɪ)
adj, filthier or filthiest
1. characterized by or full of filth; very dirty or obscene
2. offensive or vicious: that was a filthy trick to play.
3. informal chiefly Brit extremely unpleasant: filthy weather.
adv
extremely; disgustingly: filthy rich.
ˈfilthily adv
ˈfilthiness n

filth•y

(ˈfɪl θi)

adj. filth•i•er, filth•i•est,
adv. adj.
1. foul with, characterized by, or having the nature of filth; disgustingly or completely dirty.
2. vulgar or obscene: filthy language.
3. contemptibly offensive, vile, or objectionable.
4. abundantly supplied (often fol. by with): They're filthy with money.
adv.
5. filthy rich, extremely wealthy.
Idiom.
[1350–1400]
filth′i•ly, adv.
filth′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.filthy - disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter; "as filthy as a pigsty"; "a foul pond"; "a nasty pigsty of a room"
dirty, soiled, unclean - soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime; "dirty unswept sidewalks"; "a child in dirty overalls"; "dirty slums"; "piles of dirty dishes"; "put his dirty feet on the clean sheet"; "wore an unclean shirt"; "mining is a dirty job"; "Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves"
2.filthy - vile; despicable; "a dirty (or lousy) trick"; "a filthy traitor"
nasty, awful - offensive or even (of persons) malicious; "in a nasty mood"; "a nasty accident"; "a nasty shock"; "a nasty smell"; "a nasty trick to pull"; "Will he say nasty things at my funeral?"- Ezra Pound
3.filthy - characterized by obscenity; "had a filthy mouth"; "foul language"; "smutty jokes"
dirty - (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency; "dirty words"; "a dirty old man"; "dirty books and movies"; "boys telling dirty jokes"; "has a dirty mouth"

filthy

adjective
1. dirty, nasty, foul, polluted, vile, squalid, slimy, unclean, putrid, faecal, scummy, scuzzy (slang, chiefly U.S.), skanky (slang), feculent The water looks stale and filthy.
2. grimy, black, muddy, smoky, blackened, grubby, sooty, unwashed, mucky, scuzzy (slang, chiefly U.S.), begrimed, skanky (slang), mud-encrusted, miry He always wore a filthy old jacket.
3. obscene, foul, corrupt, coarse, indecent, pornographic, suggestive, lewd, depraved, foul-mouthed, X-rated (informal), bawdy, impure, smutty, licentious, dirty-minded The play was full of filthy foul language.
4. stormy, bad, wild, rough, wet, horrible, rainy, disagreeable, blustery a filthy wet night
5. despicable, mean, low, base, offensive, vicious, vile, contemptible, scurvy `You filthy swine!' Penelope shouted.
6. bad, angry, grumbling, irritable, sullen, surly, petulant, sulky, ill-tempered, irascible, cantankerous, tetchy, ratty (Brit. & N.Z. informal), cross, testy, grouchy (informal), querulous, peevish, huffy, splenetic, crotchety (informal), liverish He was in a filthy temper.

filthy

adjective
1. Covered or stained with or as if with dirt or other impurities:
2. Heavily soiled; very dirty or unclean:
3. Offensive to accepted standards of decency:
Slang: raunchy.
Translations
قَذِرقَذِر، بَذيء
špinavýzamazanýoplzlý
beskidtmøgbeskidtsjofel
likainensaastainen
prljav
óhreinn, skítugursoralegur, viîurstyggilegur
不潔な
불결한
obscénny
umazan
smutsig
สกปรก
bẩn thỉu

filthy

[ˈfɪlθɪ]
A. ADJ (filthier (compar) (filthiest (superl)))
1. (lit) (= dirty) [hands, room, house] → asqueroso; [bathtub] → mugriento, mugroso (LAm); [clothes] → muy sucio; [water] → inmundo
2. (= indecent) [language, behaviour] → grosero, obsceno; [joke] → verde; [sense of humour] → obsceno
3. (= despicable) → asqueroso
she called him a filthy murdererlo llamó un asesino asqueroso
4. [weather] → asqueroso, de perros; [temper] → de perros, de mil diablos
she was in a filthy temperestaba con un humor de perros or de mil diablos
B. ADV the children came home filthy dirtylos niños llegaron a casa sucísimos, los niños llegaron a casa hechos un asco
they're filthy richestán podridos de dinero, son unos ricachos

filthy

[ˈfɪlθi] adj
(= very dirty) → dégoûtant(e)
[habit] → dégoûtant(e)
[language] → ordurier/ière, grossier/ière

filthy

adj (+er)
(= dirty)dreckig, verschmutzt; the kitchen is filthydie Küche starrt vor Dreck; the room was filthy dirty (inf)das Zimmer war völlig verdreckt (inf); you’re filthy!du bist ja ganz dreckig!; to be filthy with mud (clothes, person)mit Schlamm verschmutzt sein; to live in filthy conditionsim Dreck leben
(= disgusting) substance, habitekelhaft, widerlich; whisky is filthy stuffWhisky ist ein ekelhaftes or widerliches Zeug; you filthy liar!du gemeiner Lügner!; you filthy little slut! (sl)du dreckige kleine Schlampe!; filthy rich (pej inf)stinkreich (inf) ? lucre
(= obscene) jokedreckig, schmutzig; language, expressionzotig; book, magazineobszön; you’ve got a filthy mind!du hast eine schmutzige Fantasie or Phantasie!
(= angry) lookbitterböse; she gave me a filthy looksie warf mir einen bitterbösen Blick zu; he has a filthy temperer kann sehr unangenehm werden; to be in a filthy moodeine miese Laune haben (inf)
(inf: = bad) nightscheußlich; filthy weatherSauwetter nt (inf)

filthy

[ˈfɪlθɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → sudicio/a, sozzo/a; (language) → volgare, osceno/a
what filthy weather! → che tempaccio!
he's got a filthy mind → è uno sporcaccione

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.

filthy

قَذِر špinavý beskidt dreckig ακάθαρτος mugriento likainen répugnant prljav sudicio 不潔な 불결한 smerig skitten paskudny imundo грязный smutsig สกปรก iğrenç bẩn thỉu 污秽的

filthy

a. sucio-a, mugriento-a, mugroso-a.
References in classic literature ?
The hotel of the provincial town where Nikolay Levin was lying ill was one of those provincial hotels which are constructed on the newest model of modern improvements, with the best intentions of cleanliness, comfort, and even elegance, but owing to the public that patronizes them, are with astounding rapidity transformed into filthy taverns with a pretension of modern improvement that only makes them worse than the old-fashioned, honestly filthy hotels.
Not when the truth is filthy, but when it is shallow, doth the discerning one go unwillingly into its waters.
Little, narrow streets; dirty children blockading them; greasy, slovenly women capturing and spanking them; filthy dens on first floors, with rag stores in them (the heaviest business in the Faubourg is the chiffonier's); other filthy dens where whole suits of second and third-hand clothing are sold at prices that would ruin any proprietor who did not steal his stock; still other filthy dens where they sold groceries--sold them by the half-pennyworth--five dollars would buy the man out, goodwill and all.
It has fifty millions of inhabitants, and as the colour of the Filthy Pool does not wash off, they all look exactly alike.
Malone and his filthy Fleet Street crew may be all yelping our praises yet.
I am not ready to say that the harm from it is positive, but you do get smeared with it, and the filthy thought lives with the filthy rhyme in the ear, even when it does not corrupt the heart or make it seem a light thing for the reader's tongue and pen to sin in kind.
The Swede, after explaining in his gruff way that the huts were doubtless filthy and vermin-ridden, spread Jane's blankets on the ground for her, and at a little distance unrolled his own and lay down to sleep.
The place is filthy, the surroundings are repulsive, not to add degrading.
Me talk," spoke up a fat and filthy savage whose hairy chest was caked with the unwashed dirt of years.
Dirty, ill-looking, scowling men; dirty, slovenly, and wickedly ugly women; children to match, snarling, filthy little curs, with a ready beggar's whine on occasion.
Here and there would be a bridge crossing a filthy creek, with hard-baked mud shores and dingy sheds and docks along it; here and there would be a railroad crossing, with a tangle of switches, and locomotives puffing, and rattling freight cars filing by; here and there would be a great factory, a dingy building with innumerable windows in it, and immense volumes of smoke pouring from the chimneys, darkening the air above and making filthy the earth beneath.
I asked him one day what the devil he'd sent the filthy thing for.