v. To own in an absolute sense; to completely embarrass.
1 My fantasy golf team is going to dirtify this week.

2) If we play Xbox together, I will totally dirtify on you.

3) Did you see the Bruins game last night? Patrice Bergeron totally dirtified on the Canadiens.
Por Randall C. 30 de octubre de 2005
Taken from the world of cinema and CGI (computer-generated imagery), this refers to the controlled ageing, weathering and worrying done to the set, props and costumes of a movie to give the viewer the impression of an old or used or weathered mise-en-scene.
I'm directing a picture about 18th century France, and my artistic designer currently has hands simulating an authentic look of the period by using charcoal and mud to dirtify all my sets.
Por david lincoln brooks 05 de agosto de 2007

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