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  • EN [ bləʊ]
  • US [ bloʊ]

English definition


  • 1. a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon;

    • "a blow on the head"
  • 2. an impact (as from a collision);

    • "the bump threw him off the bicycle"
  • 3. an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating

  • 4. an unpleasant or disappointing surprise;

    • "it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"
  • 5. a strong current of air;

    • "the tree was bent almost double by the gust"
  • 6. street names for cocaine

  • 7. forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth;

    • "he gave his nose a loud blow"
    • "he blew out all the candles with a single puff"


  • 1. exhale hard;

    • "blow on the soup to cool it down"
  • 2. be blowing or storming;

    • "The wind blew from the West"
  • 3. free of obstruction by blowing air through;

    • "blow one's nose"
  • 4. be in motion due to some air or water current;

    • "The leaves were blowing in the wind"
    • "the boat drifted on the lake"
    • "The sailboat was adrift on the open sea"
    • "the shipwrecked boat drifted away from the shore"
  • 5. make a sound as if blown;

    • "The whistle blew"
  • 6. shape by blowing;

    • "Blow a glass vase"
  • 7. make a mess of, destroy or ruin;

    • "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"
    • "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
  • 8. spend thoughtlessly; throw away;

    • "He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"
    • "You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"
  • 9. spend lavishly or wastefully on;

    • "He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"
  • 10. sound by having air expelled through a tube;

    • "The trumpets blew"
  • 11. play or sound a wind instrument;

    • "She blew the horn"
  • 12. provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation

  • 13. cause air to go in, on, or through;

    • "Blow my hair dry"
  • 14. cause to move by means of an air current;

    • "The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"
  • 15. spout moist air from the blowhole;

    • "The whales blew"
  • 16. leave; informal or rude;

    • "shove off!"
    • "The children shoved along"
    • "Blow now!"
  • 17. lay eggs;

    • "certain insects are said to blow"
  • 18. cause to be revealed and jeopardized;

    • "The story blew their cover"
    • "The double agent was blown by the other side"
  • 19. show off

  • 20. allow to regain its breath;

    • "blow a horse"
  • 21. melt, break, or become otherwise unusable;

    • "The lightbulbs blew out"
    • "The fuse blew"
  • 22. burst suddenly;

    • "The tire blew"
    • "We blew a tire"

Example sentences

  • When there is solar halo , it will rain; when there is lunar halo , it will blow.

  • The blow doubled the fighter over.

  • His hat helped to cushion the blow.

  • He inflicted a heavy blow on the back of her head.

  • It may well blow up a storm tonight.

  • This was a sudden and unexpected blow.

  • If you blow on a piece of paper, it moves.

  • They won the game without striking a blow.

  • Man ! Listen to him blow that trumpet!

  • When he failed to get on the team, it came as a body blow to him.

  • We broke open the crate with a blow from the chopper.

  • Could you lend me a pump to blow up my bicycle tires?

  • He steeled himself against the blow that he could see coming.

  • His glasses had been knocked askew by the blow.

  • They thought the arrival of television would deal a death blow to mass cinema audiences.

  • The news of his death came as a shattering blow.

  • The terrorists are threatening to blow up the plane.

  • The summer drought has dealt a heavy blow to the government's economic record.

  • Blow out the candles and make a wish.

  • The people of Hatfield went into shock as they learned their town had been dealt a death blow.

  • She tried to blow a gray strand of hair from her eyes.

  • The car struck him a glancing blow on the forehead.

  • Can't you see this could blow up in your face?

  • Their loss would be a grievous blow to our engineering industries.

  • I think the decision was a bitter blow from which he never quite recovered.

  • His death dealt a severe blow to the army's morale.

  • He was jailed for 45 years for trying to blow up a plane.

  • When the marriage finally broke up it was obviously a terrible blow to Soames.

  • He ducked in time to save his head from a blow from the poker.

Phrase collocation

  • blow away &I{【俚语】}

    To kill by shooting, especially with a firearm.

    To affect intensely; overwhelm

    • That concert blew me away.

  • blow in &I{【俚语】}

    To arrive, especially when unexpected.

  • blow off

    To relieve or release (pressure); let off.

  • blow out

    To extinguish or be extinguished by a gust of air

    • blow out a candle.

    To fail, as an electrical apparatus.

    To erupt in an uncontrolled manner. Used of a gas or oil well.

  • blow over

    To subside, wane, or pass over with little lasting effect

    • The storm blew over quickly. The scandal will soon blow over.

  • blow up

    To come into being

    • A storm blew up.

    To fill with air; inflate

    • blow up a tire.

    To enlarge (a photographic image or print).

    To explode

    • bombs blowing up.

    To lose one's temper.

  • be blown off course

    (of a project) be disrupted by some circumstance

  • be blown out of the water

    (of a person, idea, or project) be shown to lack all credibility

  • blow away the cobwebs

    refresh oneself when feeling weary, especially by having some fresh air

  • blow someone's brains out

    (informal)kill someone with a shot in the head with a firearm

  • blow cold on

    regard unfavourably

  • blow the doors off

    (N. Amer. informal)be considerably better or more successful than

    • a package that blows the doors off anything on the market.

  • blow a fuse (或 gasket)

    (informal)lose one's temper

  • blow the gaff


  • blow the joint

    • Come on, let's blow the joint before there's trouble.

    • They blew the joint about an hour ago.

  • give somebody a blow

    • An old friend gave me a blow from the other side of the street.

  • blow by blow

    • I'll tell you what happened blow by blow.

    • The book gave a blow by blow account of the historical event.

  • blow ones lid

    • I just knew you'd blow your lid.


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