- 打扫（灰尘） ，扫除灰尘
- [U]灰尘,尘土,尘埃 fine dry powder consisting of particles of earth, dirt, etc.
- [U]遗骸 remains of a dead person
- vt. & vi. 拂(一拂),掸(一掸) clear of dust by wiping, clear furniture, etc. of dust
- vt. 撒(粉)于 cover with dust or fine powder
fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air;
"the furniture was covered with dust"
the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
free microscopic particles of solid material;
"astronomers say that the empty space between planets actually contains measurable amounts of dust"
remove the dust from;
"dust the cabinets"
rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape;
"The artist dusted the charcoal drawing down to a faint image"
cover with a light dusting of a substance;
"dust the bread with flour"
"He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
- The mirror is covered with a film of dust.
- A thick layer of dust lay on the furniture.
- The truck left clouds of dust in its wake.
- She knocks the dust out of her coat.
- The amount of the industrial dust is rather large.
- I used a piece of rag to dust the wooden furniture.
- Mum dusted the pan with flour.
- It's dusty so we have to dust every day.
- What a dust!
- The speeding car on the dirt road raised a great dust.
- The air was full of dust after the cars passed.
- The best way to lay the dust is to damp the floor down, and then rub it all over with a piece of cloth.
- Her eyes were watering from dust.
- His clothes were covered with dust.
- The girl washed the dust off the table.
- A great cloud of dust boiled up past the windows.
- Rain turns dust into mud.
- She married for love and the love turned to dust.
- The most wildly romantic adventures all turned into dust and ashes.
- Ashes to ashes and dust to dust, if God won't have him the Devil must.
- The ancient empire was crushed and humbled to the dust.
- She dusts every day.
- Dust your hat.
- Please dust all the books on the bottom shelf.
- He dusted the books as he took them from the shelf.
- She dusts furniture every day.
- He dusted all the furniture and then polished it.
- She dusted the TV set carefully.
- She dusted the radio lightly.
- Dust the crumbs from your lap.
- The airplane dusted an insecticide on the crops.
- The cook dusted the cake with sugar.
- The nurse dusted powder over the baby.
- She put on lipstick and dusted her face with powder.
- bite the dust
被打败,被拒绝 be defeated or rejected
- kick up〔raise〕 a dust
引起骚乱 make a dust
- like gold dust
极其罕见 extremely rare
- not see sb for dust
跑得连影子也看不到 be unable to see sb because he〔she〕 has left in a hurry
- shake the dust off one's feet
离开厌恶之处,但愿不再返回 leave a place one does not like, hoping not to return
- throw dust in sb's eyes
迷惑某人,蒙蔽某人 prevent sb from seeing the truth by misleading him
- when the dust has settled
烟消云散,疑云散尽,愁云散尽 when the present uncertainty, unpleasantness, etc. is over
- dust down (v.+adv.)
把灰尘掸掉(或刷掉) make dust off
dust oneself/sth ⇔ down
Dust yourself down.
She stood up and dusted herself down.
They dusted down the whole house before they started decorating.
- dust off (v.+adv.)
迅速离开 leave rapidly
dust sb/sth ⇔ off
Dust yourself off.
把你身上的土掸净。dust sth ⇔ off
Four years after he graduated from school,Tom decided to dust off his algebra books.
She dusted off faster than a wind.
- collect dust 积累灰尘
- drive the dust 消除灰尘
- gather dust 积累灰尘
- kick up a dust 扬起灰尘
- make a dust 扬起灰尘
- raise dust 扬起尘埃,引起骚动
- remove dust 除去灰尘
- sweep up dust 扫除灰尘
- bite the dust 战死,负伤,失败
- eat dust 含垢忍辱
- kiss the dust 被制服,被杀死,卑躬屈膝
- lie in the dust 成为废墟,战死
- make the dust fly 干得卖力,动得迅速
- throw dust in sb's eyes 蒙蔽某人,迷惑某人
- dust animatedly 用力地掸
- dust carefully 小心翼翼地掸
- dust furiously 生气地掸
- dust industriously 勤掸
- dust lightly 轻轻地掸
- dust listlessly 无力地掸
- dust vigorously 有力地掸
There wasn't one chip, one scratch, one speck of dust anywhere.出自： J. Braine
The peppering of red road dust on the old man's hat.出自： E. Welty
Drought had..dried the soil to a fine grey dust, that now rose up on every wind.出自： U. Le Guin
We go out..and dust our feet along its thoroughfares.出自： J. A. Froude
- ☆ 13世纪进入英语，直接源自古英语的dust，意为灰尘，尘土。
- powder 粉末
- clean 干净的
- sprinkle 洒
- wipe 擦
- dirt 污垢
- scatter 散播
- clean up 收拾干净
- wipe down 彻底擦
- wipe up 擦净
- cover 封面
- sift 筛下
- dredge 用挖泥机疏浚...
- sand 沙
- earth 地球
- soil 土地
- filth 污秽
- grime 污垢
- flour 面粉
- feather 羽毛
- corpse 尸体
- off 表示状态的关闭或离开...
- wipe off 擦掉(除去
- fine powder 细粉
- fine 好的
- detritus 碎石
- rubble 瓦砾
- debris 碎片
- disperse 分散
- junk 垃圾
- dot 少量
- scrub 用力擦洗
- sweep 打扫
- mop 拖把
- clear 清楚的