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.
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To fuck/have sex, a phrase used commonly in Newcastle
Guy 1: Mate, she is so hot!

Guy 2: Aye, I'd fuckin' dust her like!
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shredded mint leaves that are sprinkled with PCP and rolled into a joint.
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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."
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