Definition of 'dusty'
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They sprinkle stardust on dusty old masters. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)It was a hot and dusty day. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)Then it was in a small dusty aisle at the back of the store. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They were walking in the dusty road. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Shops were ripped open and their contents strewn through the dusty streets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They planted trees for them along the dusty road. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Sheep and goats wander down its dusty streets. Times, Sunday Times (2012)From a shelf he lifts down a rather dusty pink object which he carefully places on the table. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The attic is dusty, but the cellar is dirty. A Philosophy of Interior Design (1990)They emerge grey and dusty but once peeled and sliced, the flavour is amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Dusty pinks and pastel colours give a Fifties twist. The Sun (2013)At the bottom of the gorge was a Roman bridge over the river and a small dusty square shaded by a crowd of huge trees. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Here was a man walking alone, purposefully, down a long dusty road. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The story begins in a dusty attic where'a mysterious figure' announces herself as our narrator. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Appeal: This dusty pink colour looks as though it has been in the wrong wash. The Sun (2009)The attic might be dusty but the welcome given by the Ruby Dolls is gently buzzing with warmth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Go carefully, though, and make sure you match with a moss green or dusty grey on woodwork and trims. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'dusty'
British English: dusty /ˈdʌstɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is dusty is covered with dust.
...a dusty room.
- American English: dusty
- Arabic: مُغَبَّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: empoeirado
- Chinese: 有灰尘的
- Croatian: prašnjav
- Czech: zaprášený
- Danish: støvet
- Dutch: stoffig
- European Spanish: polvoriento
- Finnish: pölyinen
- French: poussiéreux
- German: staubig
- Greek: σκονισμένος
- Italian: polveroso
- Japanese: ほこりっぽい
- Korean: 먼지투성이의
- Norwegian: støvet
- Polish: zakurzony
- European Portuguese: empoeirado
- Romanian: prăfuit
- Russian: пыльный
- Spanish: polvoriento
- Swedish: dammig
- Thai: ซึ่งปกคลุมไปด้วยฝุ่น
- Turkish: tozlu
- Ukrainian: запилений
- Vietnamese: đầy bụi
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