dingy Ukrainski

wymowa
a. закопчений, запилений, тьмяний, небездоганний, неяскравий

Przykładowe zdania

I sat in the dingy box absolutely enthralled.
wymowa wymowa
The gallery and pit were fairly full, but the two rows of dingy stalls were quite empty, and there was hardly a person in what I suppose they called the dress-circle.
wymowa wymowa
To see the dingy cloud come drooping down, obscuring everything, one might have thought that nature lived hard by and was brewing on a large scale.
wymowa wymowa
The vestibule,—long, dingy, and ill-smelling,—was really a narrow corridor, at one side of which was the janitor's lodge.
wymowa wymowa
The woman seemed old and weary; the tot was long and thin and pale. Don Alonso found them a place in a dingy corner of the small patio.
wymowa wymowa
And now the Volga was dingy, all of one even colour without a gleam of light, cold-looking.
wymowa wymowa
He bowed carelessly and taking Scarlett’s arm pulled her to her feet and propelled her into the dingy orderly room.
wymowa wymowa
He took me into his dingy sanctum, and we had a long chat.
wymowa wymowa
He had been expecting some dingy warehouse, some dank cellar near the water.
wymowa wymowa
It was a dingy affair-wooden, dusty, hard.
wymowa wymowa

Synonimy

thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot: begrimed, soiled, grimy, grubby, dirty, raunchy, grungy, unclean
(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear: impure, muddy, muddied, dirty
causing dejection: blue, drear, disconsolate, depressing, cheerless, uncheerful, dreary, dark, gloomy, dismal, drab, sorry, grim


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