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  1. blast

    • IPA[blast]

    美式

    • n.
      a destructive wave of highly compressed air spreading outward from an explosion;an explosion or explosive firing, especially of a bomb
    • v.
      blow up or break apart (something solid) with explosives;create (a cavity) by means of an explosion
    • excl
      expressing annoyance
    • verb: blast, 3rd person present: blasts, gerund or present participle: blasting, past tense: blasted, past participle: blasted

    • noun: blast, plural noun: blasts

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    • 1. British informal expressing annoyance Blast! The car won't start!”
    • comb.
      denoting an embryonic cell: erythroblast

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • comb.
      denoting an embryonic cell: erythroblast

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      used to express annoyance: make your own blasted coffee!

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    • adj.
      used to express annoyance: make your own blasted coffee!

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the launching of a rocket or spacecraft: a blast-off thrust of 78,000 lb the policy was now in place for blast-off

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    • n.
      a smelting furnace in the form of a tower into which a blast of hot compressed air can be ...

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    • ph.
      maximum power or intensity

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    • n.
      a machine used in commercial kitchens to cool food rapidly by circulating very cold air over it.

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    • IPA[blɑːst]

    英式

    • n.
      a destructive wave of highly compressed air spreading outwards from an explosion: they were thrown backwards by the blast
    • v.
      blow up or break apart (something solid) with explosives: the school was blasted by an explosion
    • excl
      expressing annoyance: Blast! The car won't start!’

    Oxford Dictionary