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"dusty" in British English

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dustyadjective

uk   us   /ˈdʌs.ti/
B1 covered in ​dust: Piles of dusty ​bookslay on the ​floor. We ​drove along the dusty ​road. slightlygrey in ​colour: dusty ​pink
(Definition of dusty from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dusty”
in Arabic مُترِب…
in Korean 먼지 투성이인…
in Portuguese empoeirado…
in Catalan polsós…
in Japanese ほこりっぽい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布满灰尘的, 略带灰色的,浅灰色的…
in Turkish tozlu, toz toprak içinde…
in Russian пыльный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 布滿灰塵的, 略帶灰色的,淺灰色的…
in Italian polveroso…
in Polish zakurzony…
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