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duster
American English: /ˈdəstər/
British English: /ˈdʌstə/

Translation of duster in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (American English) (Clothing) (housecoat)
    Example sentences
    • She slipped her long duster coat off, draping it over her shoulder.
    • She was giggling as she listened, hands in the pockets of her red duster coat and head turned attentively towards him.
    • She couldn't quite seem to place the changes that appeared to have occurred on the streets as she walked them on her own with her heavy boots and fluttering duster coat accompanying her.
    Example sentences
    • In another there is a room, lit coldly by far too many fluorescent tubes, where you can go to buy nightgowns, camisoles, teddies, housecoats and dusters.
    • She was stilled dressed in her pajamas, which she wore a light blue duster over, and a pair of light blue slippers.
    • She pulled her duster closer around her and shivered at the icy blast of wind Mother Nature sent her way.

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