filth

filth [fılθ] n
[: Old English; Origin: fylth, from ful; FOUL1]
1.) [U]
very offensive language, stories, or pictures about sex
I don't know how you can watch that filth!
2.) [U]
dirt, especially a lot of it
a mound of filth and rubbish
people living in filth
Passing cars covered his shoes with filth.
3.) the filth
BrE informal an offensive word for the police

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  • Filth — can be:*a synonym for dirt *Filth (album) the first full length album by the New York No Wave band Swans. *Filth (band) an East Bay crust punk band * Filth (film) a film * Filth (song) is a 2001 single by Japanese band Dir en grey. *Filth (novel) …   Wikipedia

  • Filth — Студийный альбом Swans …   Википедия

  • filth´i|ly — filth|y «FIHL thee», adjective, filth|i|er, filth|i|est, adverb. –adj. 1. a) full of filth; disgustingly dirty; foul; unclean: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • filth|y — «FIHL thee», adjective, filth|i|er, filth|i|est, adverb. –adj. 1. a) full of filth; disgustingly dirty; foul; unclean: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • Filth — (f[i^]lth), n. [OE. filthe, ful[eth]e, AS. f[=y]l[eth], fr. f[=u]l foul; akin to OHG. f[=u]lida. See {Foul}, and cf. {File}.] 1. Foul matter; anything that soils or defiles; dirt; nastiness. [1913 Webster] 2. Anything that sullies or defiles the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • filth — /filth/, n. 1. offensive or disgusting dirt or refuse; foul matter: the filth dumped into our rivers. 2. foul condition: to live in filth. 3. moral impurity, corruption, or obscenity. 4. vulgar or obscene language or thought. [bef. 1000; ME; OE… …   Universalium

  • filth — filth; filth·i·ly; filth·i·ness; …   English syllables

  • Filth — (engl. Schmutz) bezeichnet verschiedene Dinge: der Originaltitel des Romans Drecksau von Irvine Welsh Das Debütalbum der Band Swans, siehe Filth (Album) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Un …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • filth — (n.) O.E. fylð uncleanness, impurity, from P.Gmc. *fulitho (Cf. O.S. fulitha foulness,, filth, Du. vuilte, O.H.G. fulida), noun derivative of *fulo foul (see FOUL (Cf. foul)). A classic case of ↑http://www.etymonline.com/imutate.php …   Etymology dictionary

  • filth — ► NOUN 1) disgusting dirt. 2) obscene and offensive language or printed material. 3) (the filth) Brit. informal, derogatory the police. ORIGIN Old English, related to FOUL(Cf. ↑foulness) …   English terms dictionary

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