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  1. blow

    • IPA[bləʊ]

    英式

    • v.
      (of wind) move creating an air current;(of wind) cause (something) to move; propel
    • n.
      a strong wind;an act of getting some fresh air
    • noun: blow, plural noun: blows

    • verb: blow, 3rd person present: blows, gerund or present participle: blowing, past tense: blew, past participle: blown

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of wind) move creating an air current:

      a cold breeze was blowing in off the sea

    • 2. (of wind) cause (something) to move; propel:

      a gust of wind blew a cloud of smoke into his face

      the spire was blown down during a gale

    • 3. be carried, driven, or moved by the wind or an air current:

      it was so windy that the tent nearly blew away

      cotton curtains blowing in the breeze

    • 4. leave a place:

      I'd better blow

      I'm ready to blow town

    • 5. expel air through pursed lips:

      Willie took a deep breath, and blew

      he blew on his tea to cool it

    • 6. use one's breath to propel (something):

      he blew cigar smoke in her face

    • 7. breathe hard; pant:

      Uncle Albert was soon puffing and blowing

    • 8. force air through the mouth into (an instrument) in order to make a sound:

      the umpire blew his whistle

    • 9. (of an instrument) make a sound when air is forced into it:

      police whistles blew

    • 10. sound (the horn of a vehicle):

      angry motorists blew their horns

    • 11. play jazz or rock music in an unrestrained style:

      it took him maybe five choruses to warm up, but then he could really blow

    • 12. force air through a tube into (molten glass) in order to create an artefact:

      factory showrooms where you can see glass being blown and painted

    • 13. remove the contents of (an egg) by forcing air through it:

      teaching children to blow an egg by placing holes in either end with a pin

    • 14. (of a whale) eject air and vapour through the blowhole.
    • 15. (of an explosion or explosive device) displace violently or send flying:

      the blast had blown the windows out of the van

    • 16. (of a vehicle tyre) burst suddenly while the vehicle is in motion:

      a rear tyre had blown

    • 17. burst or cause to burst due to pressure or overheating:

      the engines sounded as if their exhausts had blown

    • 18. (with reference to an electric circuit) burn out through overloading:

      the fuse had blown

      the floodlights blew a fuse

    • 19. spend recklessly:

      they blew £100,000 in just eighteen months

    • 20. completely bungle (an opportunity):

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

      they blew a 4–2 lead

    • 21. expose (a stratagem):

      a man whose cover was blown

    • 22. damn:

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

      I'm blowed if I want to see him again

    • 23. perform fellatio on (a man).
    • 24. be extremely bad or unwelcome:

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

    • 25. (of flies) lay eggs in or on (something).
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a strong wind:

      we're in for a bit of a blow

    • 2. an act of getting some fresh air:

      I'll go down to the sea and get a blow before supper

    • 3. an act of blowing an instrument:

      a number of blows on the whistle

    • 4. a spell of playing jazz or rock music.
    • 5. an act of blowing one's nose:

      give your nose a good blow

    • 6. (in steel-making) an act of sending an air or oxygen blast through molten metal in a converter.
    • 7. cannabis.
    • 8. cocaine in the form of powder.
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    • IPA[blō]

    美式

    • v.
      (of wind) move creating an air current:
    • a cold wind began to blow
    • n.
      a strong wind:
    • we're in for a blow

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    • IPA[blō]

    美式

    • v.
      produce flowers or be in flower:
    • I know a bank where the wild thyme blows
    • n.
      the state or period of flowering:
    • stocks in fragrant blow

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    • IPA[blō]

    美式

    • n.
      a powerful stroke with a hand, weapon, or hard object:
    • he received a blow to the skull

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    • IPA[bləʊ]

    英式

    • n.
      a powerful stroke with a hand, weapon, or hard object:
    • he received a blow to the skull

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    • IPA[bləʊ]

    英式

    • v.
      produce flowers or be in flower:
    • I know a bank where the wild thyme blows
    • n.
      the state or period of flowering:
    • stocks in fragrant blow

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