dirt englannista suomeksi
Previously unknown facts, or the invented "facts", about a person.
1810, W. Melmoth (translator), ''Letters of Pliny''
- honours (..) thrown away upon dirt and infamy
In placer mining, earth, gravel, etc., before washing.
*1983 Pat Phoenix Love, curiosity, freckles, and doubt page 158
- I'm one of Charlie's Angels too, but I'm the one with the dirty face.
*2005 Kevin O'Hara, "https://books.google.ca/books?id=XnyOoL8eKGUC&pg=PA244 Last of the Donkey Pilgrims: A Man's Journey Through Ireland" page 244
- a dirty-faced redhead poked a soiled kerchief beneath my nose, and charmlessly wheedled, "Spare coppers, mister, Spare coppers!" This runny-nosed waif, a "knacker" in the Dublin vernacular, was of the traveling breed who had of late given up their painted wagons for the grimy ghettos of the city. The child -God Bless the Mark- had freckles that splotched her face as though God had applied them too hurriedly with a blunt brush.
*2016 Lindsay Bowman, To The Girls With Dirt On Their Faces
- Whatever you love about your freckles, they make you unique and beautiful. Don't always feel that you need to clean that dirt off your face with that foundation powder or contour layers. You're naturally beautiful as you are!