Translation of dingy in Spanish:

dingy

lúgubre, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈdɪndʒi//ˈdɪn(d)ʒi/

adjective

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    (street/building/room) lúgubre
    (building/street/room) sombrío
    (building/room/street) deprimente
    (furnishings) deslucido
    (dirty) sucio
    • The dark and dingy rooms have just one little room up a stairway, which served as a toilet and bath.
    • Her attempts had led her not to a position on board a ship, but to this dirty, dingy waiting job.
    • It's a dark room, with only a single bare bulb hanging from the ceiling, dingy walls, dark floor.
    • It was a dingy place with a dirty floor and more dust than goods on the shelves.
    • Today, through the clever use of windows and glass bricks, the warren-like structure never feels dingy.
    • They are in a rather dingy room with a few Argos inspired design touches and in the presence of two young children.
    • I trudged through the snow and ice to the edge of town and got a room in a dingy motel next to the interstate.
    • She looked around a dingy and dirty room that contained two stalls, but no other door out.
    • When Kuruvila took over as headmaster, the school in the crowded George Town area was dark and dingy.
    • It stood at the top of Newport Street in Old Town, a dingy dark building measuring a modest eight feet square.
    • Dust was everywhere, the floor was dingy and the once white walls were now a drab gray.
    • An older me should have taken a younger me aside years ago and had a stern few words in a dark corner of a dingy bar.
    • The hour-and-a-half long film is set in the claustrophobic confines of a dingy hotel room.
    • Who wants to go to a dingy playing room to get crushed in silence when you can go to the pub and talk to your friends.
    • He was shaggy and a dirty person, his dingy white shirt full of holes, and jeans full of mud.
    • The place is an eyesore, dingy and dark - not the sort of place that seemed safe to park.
    • The building he envisages for the association is a far cry from the dingy, dark hovel it occupies now.
    • A dark, dingy little shop that always smelt faintly of cigarettes and Pine-O-Clean.
    • It was when I first moved back to London, and I was renting a room in a flatshare in a dingy house in Putney.
    • Finding no one, she sighed and seated herself at a small table in a dingy corner of the room.