- IPA: /fɪlθ/
- Dirt; foul matter; that which soils or defiles.
- Before we start cooking we need to clean up the filth in this kitchen.
- Smut; that which sullies or defiles the moral character; corruption; pollution.
- He spends all his time watching filth on pornographic websites.
- to purify the soul from the dross and filth of sensual delights
- (British, pejorative, slang, with definite article) The police.
- We were in the middle of stashing the money when the filth arrived.
- (derogatory, uncountable) A vile or disgusting person.
- (US, agriculture, dated) Weeds growing on pasture land.
- Grampa remembers when he had to cut filth with a scythe.
- French: crasse, saleté, boue
- German: Schmutz, Dreck
- Italian: sporco, sporca, sporchi, sporche
- Portuguese: sujeira, imundície
- Russian: грязь
- Spanish: mugre, porquería, inmundicia, bascosidad, bahorrina (rare)