[ krop-duhs-ter ]
/ ˈkrɒp ˌdʌs tər /
a pilot employed in crop-dusting from an airplane: In 1942, he went from being a crop duster in Kansas to being a fighter pilot in the Pacific.
an airplane used in crop-dusting: I made my first solo flight in that old crop duster.
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What does “clement” mean?
Also called duster .
Origin of crop duster
First recorded in 1935–40
Words nearby crop duster
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