Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Dirt"

Die Bedeutung von "Dirt" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet "He brushed the dirt from his hands, all the while smiling that awful smile" "all the while smiling that awful smile" ??
A: He was smiling, and the narrator hates the way he smiles. It looks ugly or repellent to the narrator.
Q: Was bedeutet still just grinding myself into dirt for bar prep?
A: grinding someone/oneself into the dirt = working very hard on something
bar = the bar examination, the test that a law school graduate has to pass in order to be allowed to represent clients and argue in court
prep = preparation, studying

still just grinding myself into dirt for bar prep = still studying very hard trying to prepare for my professional license exam
Q: Was bedeutet Before you hit the dirt.?
A: "Hit the dirt" means to fall down. The whole phrase would be the time where you are falling, but have not hit the ground yet.
I do not know if there are other uses for the phrase.
Q: Was bedeutet dirt?
A: "Dirt" is what you call people's dirty deeds or past mistakes. If I have "dirt" on you, it means that I have proof that you've done something bad or illegal.
Q: Was bedeutet He's as old as dirt.?
A: It's a way to exaggerate about someone's age. Dirt had been on the planet for a long time. Saying someone is old as dirt is saying they are as old as the planet itself. This is usually said in a joking manner. Ex "Did you see that guy in that Mustang? Yeah, he looked old as dirt!"

Beispielsätze die "Dirt" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dirt cheap.
A:

That was dirt cheap.

dinner last night was dirt cheap.

You may as well buy another one, they're dirt cheap.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dirt cheap.
A: That hooker was dirt cheap
thats what we say down under
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit dirt .
A: Dirt is dry soil or sand (not beach sand, more like plains/farm sand). Mud is the wet version.

You can also "treat someone like dirt" which means you treat them poorly, like they are beneath you. And you can be metaphorically "dirty" as in "immoral, dishonest" as well as literally dirty (unclean, grimy)

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Dirt" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen I swept the dirt under the carpet when my mom wasn’t looking. und I swept dirts under the carpet when my mom wasn’t looking. ?
A:
👦🏻Why is your mom angry with you, Lisa?
👩🏼Because I swept dirt under the carpet when she wasn’t looking.


👦🏻Why is your mom angry with you, Lisa?
👩🏼Well, I was sweeping the house, and I swept the dirt under the carpet.

Why “dirt” vs “the dirt”?
Lisa first says “I was sweeping the house”, which produces dirt. So she wants to refer to THAT dirt when she says “I swept THE dirt
she wants it to be clear that she is talking about specific dirt.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dirt und dust ?
A: Dirt is the dark brown and on the ground. And dust is in the air and you could cough on it.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dirt motorcycle und trail motorcycle und off-road motorcycle ?
A: These are collectively referred to as “dirt bike”.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dirt und soil und earth ?
A: They all mean the same. Earth is a less common word for soil, kind of a poetic way of saying it?

Soil would be used more when talking about gardening.

Dirt is very general.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dirt und soil ?
A: They are pretty interchangeable, however, soil is considered more nutritional (for plants).

Übersetzungen von "Dirt"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? Afraid of dirt and want to be very clean (clean freak? neat freak? Or misophobia?)
A: You could say something like “ he is a clean freak”, which is quite informal.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? When dirt from clothes is difficult to be removed we leave them in water for some hours before washing it. Do you guys have a specific way of saying that action
A: We often call the "dirt that is difficult to remove" a "stain". The shirt had a stain so I had to soak it to get it clean.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? What do you call the dirt in your nose and the one we get in our eyes when we wake up?
A: I'm sure there's a proper word for it, but I just call them crusties 😂

Andere Fragen zu "Dirt"

Q: How do you call the dirt that you remove from your eyes in the morrning. It's usually a little yellow. In French, we call it literally "eye shit", in Chinese as well. Then how do you call this in English ?
A: the proper name is Rheum, but we called it "sleep" when I was growing up... kids these days seem to call it "sleepy dust". "Eye boogers" is a good one if you're wanting to be funny and don't mind sounding American... People will know what you mean.
Q: The dirt between strainers' lattices is hard to remove.
The dirt between strainers' gap is hard to remove.
klingt das natürlich?
A: I would probably say, "the dirt in the strainer's mesh is hard to remove."
Q: I'm so hungry that I might be able to eat dirt now klingt das natürlich?
A: I'm so hungry that I could eat dirt. That is the more natural way to say it.
Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man dirt ausspricht.
A: Remember to pronounce the “t”
Q: " You've got dirt on your nose " klingt das natürlich?
A: Each word is okay, but the word "your" needs more practice. When all the words are pronounced together, it is clear and easy to understand for native English speakers.

In comparison, when you really want to remove that accent, you have to practice the whole sentence as well.

I know you are trying very hard, which is good!!! but it is not natural just yet. In English, we have a flow of speech and we say this as speech fluidity rather than speech fluency.

I am not expecting you to know this on Day 1, but keep practising and you'll look back at this and know the subtle differences.

Overall good job! :))

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