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📝 Description
"Dirt" is a noun in English, originating from Old Norse "drit", meaning excrement. In modern usage, it primarily refers to loose soil or earth, especially when soiled or stained. It can also metaphorically describe uncleanliness, scandalous activities, or gossip.
📝 Example Sentence
"Despite the dirt on his shoes, he walked into the house without a worry, knowing his faithful dog would sweep it all up with his wagging tail."
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