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dust - Słownik angielsko-polski PARKdust - da:st n U 1. (powdered earth etc.)proch, kurz; to bite the ~ gryźć ziemię; to shake the ~ off one's feet strzepywać kurz ze stóp. 2. (pl ~s, human remains) prochy.vt 1. (remove ~ from)odkurzać: to ~ a room odkurzać pokój. 2. (sprinkle)posypywać: to ~ sugar on to a cake posypywać ciasto cukrem.~ cpds ~bin n kosz na śmieci; ~-cart n śmieciarka ; ~-jacket n (of book)obwoluta; ~-man n śmieciarz; ~-pan n śmietniczka; ~-storm n burza pyłowa.
dust - Uniwersalny słownik angielsko-polskidust - [dʎst] n pył, kurz | vt posypywać; czyścić z kurzu; odkurzać ( meble); fig. pot. to bite the dust gryźć ziemię ( nie żyć); ponieść klęskę
dust - Słownik internautówdust - kurz, pył; odkurzać
dust - Wojskowy słownik angielsko-polskidust - [d0st] s pył, kurz, proch; vt czyścić z kurzu
dust - Słownik slangu Zbigniewa Parzychadust - spadać, uciekać, lecieć
dust - pokonać kogoś, zwyciężyć kogoś
dust - sprzątnąć kogoś, załatwić kogoś, rozwalić kogoś, zlikwidować kogoś, zabić kogoś, rozprawić się z kimś, usunąć kogoś, zamordować kogoś, zdjąć kogoś, skasować kogoś
dust - Angielsko-polski słownik religijnydust - proch; kurz; pył
dust - Angielsko-polski słownik ochrony środowiskadust - pył; kurz
dust - Słownik astronomicznydust - pył
dust - Wordnet Dictionarydust - fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air, free microscopic particles of solid material, the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up, remove the dust from, as of furniture, rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape, distribute loosely, cover with a light dusting of a substance
dust - Webster's Dictionary of EnglishDust - (n.) Fine, dry particles of earth or other matter, so comminuted that they may be raised and wafted by the wind; that which is crumbled too minute portions; fine powder; as, clouds of dust; bone dust., (n.) A single particle of earth or other matter., (n.) The earth, as the resting place of the dead., (n.) The earthy remains of bodies once alive; the remains of the human body., (n.) Figuratively, a worthless thing., (n.) Figuratively, a low or mean condition., (n.) Gold dust, (n.) Coined money; cash., (v. t.) To free from dust; to brush, wipe, or sweep away dust from; as, to dust a table or a floor., (v. t.) To sprinkle with dust., (v. t.) To reduce to a fine powder; to levigate.
dust - Easton's 1897 Bible DictionaryDust - Storms of sand and dust sometimes overtake Eastern travellers. They are very dreadful, many perishing under them. Jehovah threatens to bring on the land of Israel, as a punishment for forsaking him, a rain of "powder and dust" (Deut. 28:24). To cast dust on the head was a sign of mourning (Josh. 7:6); and to sit in dust, of extreme affliction (Isa. 47:1). "dust" is used to denote the grave (Job 7:21). "To shake off the dust from one's feet" against another is to renounce all future intercourse with him (Matt. 10:14; Acts 13:51). To "lick the dust" is a sign of abject submission (Ps. 72:9); and to throw dust at one is a sign of abhorrence (2 Sam. 16:13; comp. Acts 22:23).