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  • Info Dirt is unclean matter, especially when in contact with a person's clothes, skin, or possessions, making them dirty.
  • During the fight, some or all senior students are covered in dirt.
  • All other roads in the province are dirt, and thus subject to weather conditions.
  • The school also houses a football field surrounded by a dirt track and a baseball field.
  • Up until then, all roads in the area had been dirt.
  • From there a dirt road leads to the hill four km away.
  • He even tried driving a car along the dirt road beside the ranch.
  • The dirt was piled high up against the one closed side of the car.
  • It is possible to drive for hours over dirt, rocks, river banks, etc.
  • He played young Joe Dirt in the film of the same name.
  • A dirt track existed at the field and it was used initially for horse racing.
  • Most of these became part of the fill dirt forming the base of the current highway and city.
  • Other roads were usually dirt, which made transportation via water important.
  • It also introduced a new form of turf, instead of the traditional dirt.
  • In time, dirt roads were laid, for use by horse-drawn vehicles.
  • They found the body covered with dirt at the location, as Martin had indicated.
  • High-standard tar roads replaced dirt tracks and the railway system was expanded.
  • Do not let anyone throw any dirt over my body.
  • Their leader, an old man, drew a line in the dirt and told the Spanish not to cross it.
  • The original one-mile dirt oval was built as a horse track.
  • She has described her family as being "dirt poor".
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Meaning of dirt

  • noun The state of being covered with unclean things