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Blown Definition

(verb)

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(of wind) move creating an air current


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a cold breeze was blowing in off the sea

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(verb)

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expel air through pursed lips


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Will took a deep breath, and blew

he blew on his tea to cool it

(verb)

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(of an explosion or explosive device) displace violently or send flying


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the blast had blown the windows out of the van

the aircraft was blown apart by a bomb

(verb)

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spend recklessly


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they blew £100,000 in just eighteen months

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(verb)

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waste (an opportunity)


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he'd been given a second chance and he'd blown it

they blew a 4–2 lead

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(verb)

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used in various expressions to express surprise or as a mild oath


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‘Well, blow me’, he said, ‘I never knew that.’

blow me down, I've got yet another idea!

‘Don't be surprised if the neighbours start talking.’ ‘Blow the neighbours!’

(verb)

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perform fellatio on (a man).

(verb)

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be extremely bad or unwelcome


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‘This blows,’ she sighs, ‘I want it to be next week already’

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(of flies) lay eggs in or on (something).

(verb)

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produce flowers or be in flower


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I know a bank where the wild thyme blows

(adjective)

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denoting a type of glassware made by forcing air through molten glass


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a stunning collection of blown glass figurines

(adjective)

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(of a fuse or electric circuit) burned out as a result of overloading


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check your fuse box for any blown fuses

(adjective)

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out of breath; panting


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an exhausted, blown horse

(adjective)

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(of a vehicle or its engine) fitted with a turbocharger.