Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

ubrudzić in English:

1. to get dirty to get dirty

2. dirty

Dirty drinking water can cause sickness.
No dirty jokes!
It is our national conviction that politics is a dirty and dishonest pursuit.
You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
The floor is dirty! the shopkeeper reprimanded him. "You haven't even paid for the suit yet, and you're already getting it dirty!"
He told me about an old school behind a high wall in a dirty street.
You'll get your clothes dirty. "No worries. They weren't very clean in the first place."
No, Dima replied. "To help me buy this Armani. I'm dirty, remember?"
Christopher Columbus disliked Spanish brothels, as he found them dirty and too expensive. Instead, he would go out to sea, get lured in - on purpose - by the Siren's song, and then have a rocking good time.
If the metal plate terminal of the game cassette is dirty it may be difficult for the game to start when the cassette is inserted into the game console.
Have you ever taken anything out of the dirty clothes basket because it had become, relatively, the cleaner thing?
Is it like "Dirty Harry"?
The floor was strewn with party favors: torn noisemakers, crumpled party hats, and dirty Power Ranger plates.
No, not so much. At most comparing sizes, telling dirty stories. "Sizes of what?" "Of 'that'."
TEPCO is unable to stop the flow of dirty water contaminated with highly radioactive material.

English word "ubrudzić"(dirty) occurs in sets:

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3. mess

It's a complete mess, and it's getting on my nerves.
We wouldn't be in this mess if you'd just done what I told you.
If you mess with drugs, you're asking for trouble.
*lippy and messy
The situation in Kyrgyzstan is a real mess.
There's no need to tell on him and mess up their marriage.
If we all pull together we should be able to get the country out of the mess it's in.
If rain was enough to get phone-lines crossed then Japan would be in a right mess, wouldn't it?
I would hate to see him mess up one of his butterfly knife tricks.
Is there really any guy who has such a sad face when they mess up?
It took several hours to clear the mess left from the wreck of the truck and several cars.
A mess this is a state in which no order.
Sorry - the place is a bit of a mess. When I got home, the house was a complete mess. The burglars left the house in an awful mess. You can make cookies if you promise not to MAKE a mess in the kitchen.
Lanes in both directions are closed at the moment while police try to clear up the mess.
A disorderly/dirty state/thing. Sb is a mess: his life is in a state of confusion or disorganization. Also an untidy jumble of things. Can mean ‘trouble or an unpleasant situation.’ Mess UP: ‘to make sth dirty/untidy’ & ‘to ruin sth’/‘to make sth fail.’