Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But sometimes they like to bring in someone else to do the dirty work.
She looked at me as though I had said a dirty word.
He told me about an old school behind a high wall in a dirty street.
He was good enough to do their dirty work for them.
For the last two years you have been doing all the hard and dirty work.
She got more than one dirty look from these people.
Something for the little people who had to play dirty.
The police, I thought, could get along and do their own dirty business now.
All they had to do was not mind getting their hands a little dirty.
And look at you now, doing his dirty work again.
All they care about is the number, down and dirty.
A dirty little job, like most things we have to do.
"When did I ever leave any dirty work for you or anyone else around here?"
I could tell she wanted me to talk dirty to her.
Dirty sort of talk is not going to bring her back to life.
Then he came back and said the world was a dirty place.
You never were one to do your own dirty work.
On top of everything else, the game had become dirty.
I mean, he will be after we do all the dirty work.
No more than five minutes later they would be dirty again.
So now he's trying to get you to do the dirty work and stop me.
As they came past, she gave me a really dirty look.
"A man who wants to talk dirty will open up to a guy a lot more."
I saw each job in terms of the people who would have to do the dirty work.
So they bring in what we used to call dirty language.
"Some of the girls just need to be dirtied up a little."
He remembered only too well the last time he'd dirtied his bed.
It was not as if he had just dirtied her carpet.
It was dirtying so much water that made her eyes pop.
I'd fire anybody who dirtied up their work station like this.
Let's talk about all the people I dirtied up for them over the years."
This time she wore clothes and had dirtied her face for night work.
Never once dirtying his hands with actual combat, oh, no.
Running shoes, relatively new, but dirtied up to stay in character.
"We're not about to make investments that end up dirtying the system," she said.
Hearing you talk about that wonderful woman dirties her memory.
You can walk the streets barefoot without dirtying your feet.
I've been dirtying them for such a long time.
The Germans should have dirtied their hands doing the work themselves?"
Or a chance to get away slightly dirtied and no doubt marked for death later.
He had dirtied himself but she knew he could not help it.
They had not dirtied their hands with ground fighting.
A bruised and dirtied first officer appeared on the screen.
However, I don't deny that we dirtied our hands sometimes.
He added: "They have dirtied him up because he's human.
"The suits he filed against me have dirtied my name.
Jake's nose told him that she had dirtied her pants from fear.
Part of me felt responsible, dirtied by the crime.
A nuclear worker whose hands have been dirtied with radioactive dust.
But I must tell you because it does hurt me to hear people dirtying your name.'
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