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Dirty in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
dirty sale
How to say “dirty” in French? “Sale”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “sale” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on dirty in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Dirty”

French sentence with “sale” English translation for sale S

Je vais vous ramener de l’eau propre car celle-ci est sale.

I will bring you some clean water because that one is dirty. (formal)

Cette voiture est sale

This car is dirty

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Propre Sale

9 months ago

sale info.

Tips to remember the French word “sale”:
– Associate “sale” with “soiled” as they sound somewhat similar and mean the same thing.
– Think of a “sale” in a store, which can sometimes be messy and result in dirty floors.
– Visualize a dirty or muddy pig, the kind that might be found in a “sale” or barn (even though it’s spelled differently).

– “Sale” is an adjective in French and means “dirty” in English.
– It describes something that is not clean, stained, or has been soiled in some way.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Malpropre” also means dirty, generally referring to someone or something that is not well-kept or clean.
– “Crade” is informal slang for something filthy or very dirty.
– “Souillé” means soiled or tarnished, often used in a more figurative or poetic sense.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Sale” as slang can be used to describe something that’s morally corrupt, or a situation that is nasty or unpleasant.
– Sometimes “sale” can also intensify a sentiment, like “sale temps” meaning really bad weather (but this is more of a colloquial or idiomatic usage rather than slang).

Examples of sentences using “sale”:
– Cette rue est vraiment sale après la fête. (This street is really dirty after the party.)
– Tu peux te laver les mains ? Elles sont tout sales. (Can you wash your hands? They are all dirty.)
– Ne mets pas tes chaussures sales sur le tapis ! (Don’t put your dirty shoes on the rug!)
– Il a joué un sale tour à son frère. (He played a dirty trick on his brother.)

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