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  • welcome to English in a minute.

  • Dust is made up of very small particles of dirt, and it collects everywhere.

  • So my friend Bernard really wants to go out with your friend Bridget.

  • Is she seeing anyone?

  • No.

  • But now is not the best time.

  • She is still getting over a really messy break up right.

  • I'll tell him to let the dust settle before calling her good idea and warn him that there's a lot of dust dust in this expression represents confusion, trouble or just a lot of activity.

  • So if you let the dust settle, you wait until things have calmed down or returns to normal, and that's English in a minute.

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English in a Minute: Let the Dust Settle

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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