To leave or go somewhere, sometimes in an urgent manner.
Later on bruv, im dusting
by Neil T March 31, 2004
1. To smash, beat or bash someone or to get hurt badly.
2. To get in trouble from an authority figure (police, parents, teacher).
1. "We had a big 'dust up'(fight). I 'dusted'(smashed) him by throwing a right jab, left jab and then a sweet uppercut and he was laying in the dust."
"I'll probably get dusted 'k-grinding' this 20 stair hand-rail."
2. "He doesn't sell coke anymore...he got dusted."
"My parent's dusted me for smoking weed in my room."
"I'm going to get dusted for not having done this assignment."
by Diego August 18, 2003
1: extremely old;
2: lived during the dust bowl
Guy 1: "Look how old she is!"
Guy 2: "I know dude, its crazy!"
Guy 1: "That fuckin dust"
by coleisbae August 05, 2014
Usually "The Dust". Similar to the "Cloud", but doesn't function reliably; mainly internal in the corporate world but also impacts standard users. Also, the unseen IT department responsible for maintaining the network and information.
Jim: Hey, John, is your file sync working? The boss told me he needed this presentation uploaded by 2 pm...
John: No, it's been down all day. There was an e-mail saying it was fixed, but it looks like The Dust is up to their usual high standards!

Maria: Tina, how come you didn't comment on my status? I totally thought you'd have something to say...
Tina: I haven't been on Facebook all day, looks like Zuckerberg's Dust is planning another annoying update we'll all have to get used to.
by The Ponz July 22, 2012
money, paper, cheese.
man, i wann get this carhart, but i need some dust.
by Stefan Warnsley November 26, 2003
<Verb> The act of pummeling or winning at a certain game or sport.

(Best Example) While losing a game by a fair amount, talking to a teammate, "Dude we're gettin' dusted."

"I'm Dusting at this game man."
by North22 March 10, 2009
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