- खड़धूड़ ⇄ Dust dogri
- खरधूड़ ⇄ Dust dogri
- खुक्खल ⇄ Dust dogri
- खेह् ⇄ Dust dogri
- गबार ⇄ Dust dogri
- गरद ⇄ Dust dogri
- गरदान्ना ⇄ Dust dogri
- गर्द ⇄ Dust dogri
- गर्दा ⇄ Dust dogri
- गर्दाना ⇄ Dust dogri
- गर्दान्ना ⇄ Dust dogri
- घट्टा ⇄ Dust dogri
- दुद्दड़ ⇄ Dust dogri
- दुद्दल ⇄ Dust dogri
- धूड़ ⇄ Dust dogri
- बर्हूरा ⇄ Dust dogri
- मिट्टी ⇄ Dust dogri
- मिट्टी-घट्टा ⇄ Dust dogri
- मित्ती ⇄ Dust dogri
- मिॕट्टी ⇄ Dust dogri
- मिॕत्ती ⇄ Dust dogri
Dust in Marathi मराठी
Dust in English
- dust ⇄ adj. dustlike. english
- dust ⇄ dust, noun, verb. english
- dust ⇄ expr. bite the dust, (Slang.)
a. to fall dead or wounded.
Ex. He ... had made numerous lions bite the dust (C. J. Andersson).
b. to be defeated, dismissed, or eliminated.
Ex. Thruway billboard bites the dust in state attack (Newenglish
- dust ⇄ expr. dust off, to introduce again later; reintroduce.
Ex. to dust off an old scheme.english
- dust ⇄ expr. dust out, (U.S.) to make homeless or destitute by the effects of a dust storm.
Ex. The farmer became a migratory worker after he and his family had been dusted out.english
- dust ⇄ expr. gather dust, to be ignored or neglected.
Ex. The two-year old report ... was circulated to certain officials and then set aside to gather dust (New Scientist). Slang such as ""skiddoo"" lie gathering dust and forgotten (Arthur Krock).english
- dust ⇄ expr. hit the dust, (Slang.) to fall down; be knocked down.
Ex. The dazed boxer hit the dust in the third round. Treasured old buildings have steadily hit the dust, and more of them probably will (New York Times).english
- dust ⇄ expr. lick the dust,
a. to fall dead or wounded.
Ex. Another redskin licked the dust.
b. to humble oneself slavishly; grovel.
Ex. He licked the dust in order to curry favor with the political boss.english
- dust ⇄ expr. settle the dust, (of affairs or circumstances) to quiet down; return to normal.
Ex. Expressing hope that ""after the initial dust has settled"" some good might evolve from the decision (New York Times). The association's leaders said they hadenglish
- dust ⇄ expr. shake the dust off one's feet, to go away feeling angry or scornful.
Ex. He shook the dust of that place off his feet and vowed to get even.english
- dust ⇄ expr. throw dust in one's eyes, to confuse, deceive, or mislead; defy.
Ex. It required a long discourse to throw dust in the eyes of common sense (Benjamin Franklin).english
- dust ⇄ noun 1. fine, dry earth.
Ex. Dust lay thick on the road.
2. any fine powder, such as an insecticide or a pollen..
Ex. The old papers had turned to dust. The bee is covered with yellow dust from the flowers.
3. earth; ground. <english
- dust ⇄ v.i. 1. to wipe or brush off dust, as from a room.
Ex. I'll sweep, and later, you can dust.
2. to become dusty.english
- dust ⇄ v.t. 1. to brush or wipe the dust from.
Ex. Mother always dusts the furniture after sweeping.
2. to brush off as dust.
Ex. Dust the crumbs from your lap.
3. to get dust on; soil with dust.
Ex. Please wipe your shoes or youenglish