English version

grime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrimegrime /Ι‘raΙͺm/ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DIRTYa lot of dirt syn filth πŸ”Š The walls were black with grime.2 (also grime music) a type of British popular music with a fast beat. It is related to several other types of music such as garage and hip hop.
Examples from the Corpus
grimeβ€’ It is subject to grease and grime from the hands, occasional coffee spills, cigarette ash, dead flies and sandwich crumbs.β€’ The lichen-crusted walls bedecked with city grime capture my attention time and time again.β€’ Cold Cream Cleanser dissolves grime and waterproof make-up.β€’ Just bloody London with its grime and filthy streets and the booze.β€’ Sonny scraped his fingernail along the soft grime on the lip of the oak table.β€’ Greedily she swallowed her saliva mixed with his salty, sweaty grime.β€’ Then the task of cleaning up the grime, and oil, and soot begins.β€’ His hand were black with grime from working on the car.β€’ On one wall of the entryway hangs a large oil painting, covered with grime.β€’ The burgundy skirt was smeared with grime and buttons were missing from her gaping blouse.
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