- n. 尘垢；污点；煤尘
- vt. 使污秽；使…弄脏
- n. (Grime)人名；(法)格里姆
来自PIE*ghrei, 刮，擦，涂沫，词源同chrism, Christ,chrome. 原指涂在脸上伪装用的污泥。
- grime (n.)
- 1580s, of uncertain origin, probably alteration of Middle English grim "dirt, filth" (early 14c.), from Middle Low German greme "dirt" or another Low German source, from Proto-Germanic *grim- "to smear" (cognates: Flemish grijm, Middle Dutch grime "soot, mask"), from PIE root *ghrei- "to rub" (see chrism). The verb was Middle English grymen (mid-15c.) but largely was replaced early 16c. by begrime.
- 1. a face covered with grime and sweat
- 2. His face and hands were coverd with grime from the coal dust.
- 3. The war in 1939 perforce ushered in an era of more grime and drabness.
- 4. Kelly got the grime off his hands before rejoining her in the kitchen.
- 5. 'Look at this filthy grime all over your body.
- “ 你瞧瞧自已身上的这些污垢!
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