be eating (someone's) dust(redirected from be eating his dust)
be eating (someone's) dust
To be outperformed or outrun by someone, usually by a very wide margin. We've been eating the competitor's dust since they released their new line of smart phones.
be eating (someone's) dustmainly AMERICAN
In a competitive situation, if you are eating dust or are eating someone's dust, they are doing much better than you. Aladdin has proved to be the most successful animated film of all time, leaving blockbusters like Home Alone 2 eating its dust. Compared to other race games, this one is eating dust. Note: If you are riding behind another horse in a race, you have the dust kicked up by the other horse in your face.