We know that the word dirty as a verb means:
- To allow something to get dirt on it.
- Example: Don’t sit on the ground – you’ll dirty your new suit.
But the question is that l, is it a normal way to say that or it is not a common way of saying that while we can say:
- Don’t sit on the ground – you’ll make your new suit dirty.
I wonder if you could explain that to me.