dustpan

[duhst-pan]
noun
a short-handled shovellike utensil into which dust is swept for removal.

Origin:
1775–85; dust + pan1

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dustpan (ˈdʌstˌpæn)
 
n
a short-handled hooded shovel into which dust is swept from floors, etc

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Example sentences
The crippling ash potion was swept up into a dustpan.
In this case, use a dustpan and squeegee or disposable cardboard to scoop up
  the spill materials and sharps.
If large, loose material is present on the surface, it should be collected with
  a whisk broom and dustpan.
Use a towel, shovel, and/or broom and a dustpan to pick up these sharp objects.
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