Definition of bulldust in English:

bulldust

Line breaks: bull|dust
Pronunciation: /ˈbʊldʌst
 
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noun

[mass noun] Australian/NZ
1Coarse dust.
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  • Roads that have been showered only with a bulldust become soapy quagmires for unwitting drivers, and usually endless landscape is hidden by curtains of mist and rain, reducing visibility to 10 metres.
  • The race requires riders to travel along corrugated roads and tracks, across sand and through bulldust in temperatures reaching up to 45 degrees.
  • Brown, the primary colour of bulldust, described her culture shock at arriving in Brisbane to be confronted by suntanned Queenslanders who look like crustaceans decked out in floral prints and mirror sunglasses…
2 vulgar slang Nonsense; rubbish.

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