English version

graffiti

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_140_agraffitigraf‧fi‧ti /ɡræˈfiːti, ɡrə-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  WRITErude, humorous, or political writing and pictures on the walls of buildings, trains etc The walls are daubed with graffiti.
Examples from the Corpus
graffitiTwo Civic Patrol officers will work with the community to combat litter and graffiti.And spare me his pledge to eliminate graffiti.Do you think of yourself as a latent graffiti artist?Reminds me of a piece of graffiti outside Saint Martin-in the-Fields.Other racial graffiti has been found on campus as well.The other was the target of threatening racial graffiti.They saw graffiti on important public memorials and they saw running battles with the police.The corridors are very dirty, and the walls are covered with graffiti.Public School 45 is closed, the windows boarded up, the walls defaced with graffiti.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.