English version

grunge

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrungegrunge /ɡrʌndʒ/ noun [uncountable]  1 DCCa style of fashion and music popular with young people in the 1990s, involving loud electric music and dirty clothes, hair etc grunge rock2 American English informalDIRTY unpleasant dirt What’s all that grunge in the bathtub?grungy adjective a pair of grungy trainers
Examples from the Corpus
grungeEnter Sub Pop, the label that ultimately became known as the home of grunge.The news comes after the grunge rock kings scrapped a hometown show at the last minute following weeks of squabbling.If so, give me back the grunge of the old place and keep the suites and cushy chairs.None of the combatants in this grunge grudge match are over 20.
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