Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

purvas in English:

1. dirt dirt


Did you find any dirt on him? "No, he's clean as a whistle."
When Mary was a child, her family was dirt poor.
You have dirt under your fingernails.
He picked up a handful of dirt and threw it at them.
My hands are dirty.
Also my bedding got dirt on it.
After cleaning the windows, there always seems to be a visible trace of dirt.
If you take your shoes off before coming into the house you won't bring in any dirt from your shoes.
Taro had to eat dirt and resigned.
They not only washed off the sweat, dirt and cares of the day in the hot water, but also enjoyed gossiping about everyday affairs.
Moreover, what's on the bottom of the memo isn't dirt but a ... b-blood seal!?
This is the family dirt and it should be kept within the family.
His room was full of dirt and cigarette ends.
He was a pitiable spectacle of neglect and wretchedness as he sat there on an upturned pail, eating his bread and cheese with fingers that, like his clothing, were grimed with paint and dirt.