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English-German translation for: [dirt]
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Dictionary English German: [dirt]

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English German
rutted {adj} {past-p} [(dirt) road]
44
ausgefahren [Feldweg, Straße]
Verbs
chem. to solvate sth. [to soften dirt / a surface using a solvent]
5
etw. anlösen [Schmutz / eine Oberfläche mit einem Lösungsmittel aufweichen]
traffic to regravel [dirt road etc.]neu schottern [Straße etc.]
Nouns
spot [of dirt]
26
Schmutzflecken {m}
gook [coll.] [slime or oozy dirt]
23
Dreck {m} [bes. falls schleimig oder schlammig]
muck [moist dirt]
12
Schmadder {m} [bes. nordd.]
relig. [strewing dirt three times over the coffin while saying "Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust"](dreifacher) Erdwurf {m} [«Erde zu Erde, Asche zu Asche, Staub zu Staub»]
biol. schmutzdecke [dirt cover]Schmutzdecke {f}
2 Words
brushed-off {adj} [also: brushed off] [e.g., dirt from clothing]abgebürstet
dirt-repellant {adj} [spv.] [dirt-repellent]schmutzabweisend
to brush sth. off [dust, dirt, etc.]etw.Akk. abbürsten [Staub, Schmutz etc.]
to clean off [dirt, rust]abreiben
to pile up [dirt, clouds, etc.]sich türmen [sich aufhäufen, immer höher werden: Schmutz, Wolken etc.]
to rinse sth. off [foam, dirt, etc.]etw. abspülen [durch Spülen entfernen: Schaum, Schmutz etc.]
to rub sth. off [e.g. dirt]etw. abreiben [säubernd entfernen, z. B. Schmutz]
to scrub sth. away [e.g. dirt]etw. abschrubben [ugs.] [z. B. Schmutz]
to scrub sth. off [e.g. dirt]etw. abschrubben [ugs.] [z. B. Schmutz]
to stamp off [snow, dirt]abtreten [Schnee, Schmutz]
to track sth. in [leave a trail of dirt, snow etc.] [away from observer]etw.Akk. (mit) hineintragen [beim Betreten eines Raumes eine Fußspur hinterlassen]
to track sth. in [leave a trail of dirt, snow etc.] [towards observer]etw.Akk. (mit) hereintragen [beim Betreten eines Raumes eine Fußspur hinterlassen]
to wash sth. off [dirt etc.]etw.Akk. wegwaschen [Flecken usw.]
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