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  1. dust

    • IPA[dəst]

    美式

    • n.
      fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air;any material in the form of tiny particles
    • v.
      remove the dust from the surface of (something) by wiping or brushing it;bring something out for use again after a long period of neglect
    • noun: dust

    • verb: dust, 3rd person present: dusts, gerund or present participle: dusting, past tense: dusted, past participle: dusted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air:

      the car sent up clouds of dust

      they rolled and fought in the dust

    • 2. any material in the form of tiny particles:

      coal dust

    • 3. a fine powder:

      he ground it into a fine dust

    • 4. a cloud of dust.
    • 5. a dead person's remains:

      scatter my dust and ashes

    • 6. the mortal human body:

      the soul, that dwells within your dust

    • 7. an act of dusting:

      a quick dust, to get rid of the cobwebs

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. remove the dust from the surface of (something) by wiping or brushing it:

      I broke the vase I had been dusting

      pick yourself up and dust yourself off

    • 2. bring something out for use again after a long period of neglect:

      a number of aircraft will be dusted off and returned to flight

    • 3. deliver a pitch very near a batter so they must fall to the dirt to avoid being hit by it.
    • 4. cover lightly with a powdered substance:

      roll out on a surface dusted with flour

    • 5. sprinkle (a powdered substance) on to something:

      orange powder was dusted over the upper body

    • 6. beat up or kill someone:

      the officers dusted him up a little bit

    • n. powder for dusting over something, in particular talcum powder.

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    • n. the spraying of powdered or liquid insecticide or fertilizer on crops, especially from the air.

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    • n. powder for dusting over something, in particular talcum powder.

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    • n. the spraying of powdered insecticide or fertilizer on crops, especially from the air.

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    • n. fine particles of gold.

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    • n. the hallucinogenic drug phencyclidine hydrochloride.

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    • n. fine particles of gold.

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    • n. the hallucinogenic drug phencyclidine hydrochloride.

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    • IPA[dʌst]

    英式

    • n.
      fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air:
    • the car sent up clouds of dust
    • v.
      remove the dust or dirt from the surface of (something) by wiping or brushing it:
    • I broke the vase I had been dusting

      pick yourself up and dust yourself down

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  2. 知識+

    • i dust the gun. 明確的意思為??

      另一個說法讓你參考 Dust 也能這樣用.. 因爲辦案人員在取指紋的時候用的是白色的粉末 所以也有這樣...fingerprint brush to get the prints. 用指紋粉末(輕拍)在槍上以集取指紋 i dust the gun : 我在槍上撒/拍了指紋粉末(以集取印在上面的指紋).

    • dusting regimen怎麼翻?

      set up a regular dusting regimen設置定期除塵方案 dust : [verb] 撣掉灰塵; 打掃 Regimen/regime : 生活規律

    • 請問fell into the dust的譯義

      ...,在故事中被迫加入Dodger的扒竊集團。 he fell into the dust是指Oliver摔進/跌進/掉到土堆裏去。至於為何他會跌到土堆裏?那...