1. Fine, dry particles of matter.
2. A cloud of fine, dry particles.
3. Particles of matter regarded as the result of disintegration: fabric that had fallen to dust over the centuries.
1. Earth, especially when regarded as the substance of the grave: “ashes to ashes, dust to dust” (Book of Common Prayer).
2. The surface of the ground.
5. A debased or despised condition.
6. Something of no worth.
7. Chiefly British. Rubbish readied for disposal.
8. Confusion; agitation; commotion: won't go back in until the dust settles.
If dusts have age, they would probably be 1 to 3 centuries old. Century = 100 years.
by Anonymous January 24, 2005
It means the same thing as dirt or anything gross.
eww, that girl is so dust.
by WhitneyCee.Eye May 25, 2010
"I must have been smoking dust last night, because I thought we were fine those first couple of days." A line from author Juno Diaz, in his book "This is How You Lose Her"
by esperanza September 17, 2012
it means to leave somewhere
c'mon mate lets dust
by samperry October 16, 2009
1. Fine, dry particles of matter
Dust is found in copious amounts inside Arsenal FC's trophy cabinet.
by 34years... March 01, 2010
Going faster than someone else, particularly in some sort of formal or informal competition ; in driving, running or walking. As in "leave in the dust".
He was running at a good pace and I was a little behind him, but when we got to the hill I dusted him. I never saw him again.
by cyberfool April 21, 2009
What you say if you ask a question and get ignored.
Fancy a drink?

No reply..

by hyperrmee March 03, 2011
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