Complete Definition of "sordid"

English

Etymology
Latin sordidus, from sordere (“be dirty”).

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Dirty or squalid.
  2. Morally degrading.
  3. Grasping.

Related terms
sordidly
sordidness

Translations
trans-top|dirty or squalid
Hungarian: t|hu|piszkos, t|hu|szennyes
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trans-top|morally degrading
Hungarian: t|hu|hitvány, t|hu|közönséges
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trans-top|grasping
Hungarian: t|hu|anyagias, t|hu|kapzsi, t|hu|zsugori
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ttbc|French: crapuleux (1, 2, 3)
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fr:sordid
io:sordid
fi:sordid
te:sordid
vi:sordid

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