Dirt can come in a few different forms. It can be the soil beneath your feet. It can be the dust and grime that forms on your car. It can be a report of misbehavior. Whatever form it takes, you should know how to use this word.
When I was a boy, I enjoyed playing in the dirt.
Children like to play in the dirt.
When seeds are planted in the dirt, they grow into plants.
Black dirt is valuable because it’s so rich in nutrients.
Ash and soot from factories are forms of dirt.
They make the sky look dirty. (The word "dirty" is an adjective.)
When dirt and water are mixed they create mud.
These shoes have dirt and mud on them.
Dirt can be washed away with soap and water.
Dirty clothes need to be washed.
These pants are really dirty.
You can also use the words "dirt" or "dirty" when talking about behavior or entertainment that includes foul language or nudity.
William has a dirty mouth.
He likes to tell dirty jokes.
This is William.
Todd has a collection of dirty magazines.
He likes to watch dirty movies.
The word "dirt" is also used to refer to information, true or false, that harms a person’s reputation.
Politicians sometimes try to dig up dirt on their political opponents.
Political opponents of Joe Biden tried to get dirt on him, but they were not successful.
People who participate in dirty forms of politics are usually caught and subject to public criticism.