Traducción de unwashed en español:

unwashed

sucio, adj.

Pronunciación: /ˌənˈwɑʃt//ˌənˈwɔʃt//ʌnˈwɒʃt/

adjetivo

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    sucio
    sin lavar
    • Drawing nearer we peeped with fascinated horror through the grimy, unwashed windows at the interior still life.
    • They should be stored in the refrigerator, unwashed, but thoroughly washed before consuming.
    • Irritation at coming home and finding unwashed dishes in the sink after spending three hours cleaning the kitchen yesterday.
    • Washed potatoes often will green more readily than unwashed potatoes.
    • I could get into the Pavilion, or The Flea Pit as we called it, for the price of two jam jars, washed or unwashed.
    • At your campsite, never leave dirty dishes unwashed, lying unprotected.
    • A trick for eggs was to take them fresh and unwashed from under the hen, smear them with Vaseline, and store them in the bilge.
    • Therefore, attached to stem B was one washed line and one unwashed line.
    • Tyler came bearing a tray of bootleg whiskey and gin and poured them drinks in squat glass tumblers stained with unwashed fingerprints.
    • They're usually passed from person to person on unwashed hands and surfaces contaminated by feces.
    • She crept downstairs, her feet sticking to the hardwood floors, through the kitchen with its sink stacked high with unwashed dishes, and down the hall.
    • The bacteria that causes toxic shock syndrome can be carried on unwashed hands and prompt an infection anywhere on the body.
    • The house is in disarray, piles of unwashed dishes and unpaid bills are strewn across the dining room table.
    • Nearly all wounds became infected, the infection often being transmitted by the surgeons' unwashed hands and instruments.
    • I had a bit of a duty call to go and watch a friend in a play, and not just any old tatty fringe show with no set and stinky unwashed costumes, but a proper posh play at the proper posh Edinburgh International Festival.
    • Picking up an unwashed dish at random, it puzzled him to see that bacteria had failed to colonise around a mysterious mould which had coincidentally appeared.
    • His clothing was in rags and he was unwashed, hair stained and matted, traces of spittle dried upon his chin and chest.
    • Four heads of unwashed hair (but it cleans itself after a few years!) and a week's worth of unwashed dishes.
    • At 2,900 yen per night or about €27, it is as cheap as a hostel yet unlike most European hostels, it isn't over-run by unwashed backpackers.
    • In my unwashed condition, I would only make them filthy again.

sustantivo plural

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    the great unwashed la plebe despectivo coloquial humorístico