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Translation of "dust" - English-Spanish dictionary

dust

noun /dast/
fine grains of earth, sand etc polvo The furniture was covered in dust. anything in the form of fine powder polvo gold dust sawdust. duster noun a cloth for removing dust. trapo dusty adjective ( comparative dustier, superlative dustiest) polvoriento a dusty floor. dustiness noun calidad de polvoriento dustbin /ˈdasbin/ noun (British ) a container for household rubbish: trash can(American ), garbage can(American) cubo de la basura dust jacket /ˈdasdʒӕkit/ noun the loose paper cover of a book. sobrecubierta dustman /ˈdasmən/ noun ( plural dustmen) (British ) a person employed to remove household rubbish; garbage man(American). basurero dustpan /ˈdaspӕn/ noun a type of flat container with a handle, used for holding dust swept from the floor recogedor a dustpan and brush. dust-up noun (British, informal) a quarrel pelea There was a bit of a dust-up between the two men. dust down phrasal verb to remove the dust from with a brushing action sacudirse el polvo She picked herself up and dusted herself down.
Translations of “dust”
in Arabic غُبار…
in Korean 먼지…
in Malaysian debu, serbuk…
in French poussière…
in Turkish toz…
in Italian polvere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 灰塵, 塵土, 沙土…
in Russian пыль…
in Polish kurz…
in Vietnamese bụi…
in Portuguese poeira, pó…
in Thai ฝุ่น, ละออง…
in German der Staub…
in Catalan pols…
in Japanese ほこり…
in Indonesian debu, bubuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灰尘, 尘土, 沙土…
(Definition of dust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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