1. II
dust in some manner dust industriously (vigorously, etc.) усердно стирать /вытирать, обметать/ пыль; dust more carefully более тщательно вытирайте пыль; dust at some time dust every morning (twice a week, etc.) вытирать пыль каждое утро и т.д. ., she is forever dusting она только и делает, что с пылью воюет
2. III
dust smth.
1) dust smb.'s desk (the table, the furniture, etc.) стирать пыль с чьего-л. письменного стола и т.д. ., обтирать чей-л. письменный стол и т.д.
2) dust smb.'s clothes (smb.'s coat, his jacket, etc.) чистить чью-л. одежду и т.д.
3. IV
dust smth. at some time have you dusted this room already? вы в этой комнате уже смахнули /вытерли/ пыль?
4. XI
be dusted with smth. her hair is dusted with grey у нее в волосах появилась седина
5. XXI1
dust smth. over /on to/ smth., smb. dust sugar on to a cake (powder over a plant, etc.) посыпать пирог [сахарной] пудрой в т.д. .; they dusted some special powder over the glossy surface to bring out the fingerprints они посыпали блестящую поверхность специальным порошком, чтобы стали видны /выступили/ отпечатки пальцев; the nurse dusted some powder (talc) over the baby няня присыпала ребенка пудрой (тальком); dust smth. with smth. dust a cake with sugar посыпать пирог сахаром
dust with. after doing smth. mother always dusts the furniture after sweeping мать всегда вытирает пыль после того, как подметет

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