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blow in Bengali বাংলা

blow in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

blow in Kashmiri कॉशुर

blow in Konkani कोंकणी

blow in Maithili মৈথিলী

blow in Malayalam മലയാളം

blow in Nepali नेपाली

blow in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

blow in Santali

blow in Tamil தமிழ்

blow in Telugu తెలుగు

blow in Urdu اُردُو

blow in English

  • blow blow (1), noun.
    1. a hard hit; knock; stroke.
    Ex. The boxer struck his opponent a blow that knocked him down.
    2. a sudden happening that causes misfortune or loss; severe shock.
    Ex. His mother's death was a great blow to him. english

  • blow blow (2), verb, blew,blown,blowing,noun.
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  • blow blow (3), noun, verb, blew,blown,blowing.
    english

  • blow expr. at one blow, by one act or effort.
    Ex. What it is at one blow to be deserted by a lovely and fascinating creature (Dickens).
    english

  • blow expr. blow away, (U.S. Slang.) to kill or destroy.
    Ex. Like a pack of wolves ... they are looking for somebody to blow away (Time).
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  • blow expr. blow hot and cold, to alternate from a favorable opinion to an unfavorable one; be changeable.
    Ex. He blows hot and cold about his job.
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  • blow expr. blow in, (Slang.) to appear unexpectedly; drop in.
    Ex. He blow in on his way to Chicago.
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  • blow expr. blow into, (Slang.) to appear unexpectedly in.
    Ex. He blew into town.
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  • blow expr. blow off,
    a. to get rid of (steam, energy, or the like) noisily or violently.
    Ex. ... blowing off their superfluous energy in singing and shouting (Christian Commonwealth).
    b. (of steam or the like) to escape noisily or violentl
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  • blow expr. blow on, (British Informal.) to penalize.
    Ex. the umpires blew on one player, and from the resulting 40-yard penalty Neville scored the winning goal (London Times).
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  • blow expr. blow one's mind. See under mind (1).
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  • blow expr. blow out,
    a. to put out or be put out by a current of air.
    Ex. He blew out the candle. The candle blew out.
    b. to suffer a blowout.
    Ex. The worn tire blew out.
    c. to have or cause a blowout in.
    Ex. The impact
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  • blow expr. blow over,
    a. to pass by or over; cease; subside.
    Ex. The storm has blown over.
    b. (Figurative.) to be forgotten.
    Ex. In time the scandal blew over.
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  • blow expr. blow up,
    a. to explode.
    Ex. The ammunition ship blew up and sank when it hit the rocks.
    b. to fill with air; inflate.
    Ex. to blow up a bicycle tire.
    c. (Informal.) to lose one's temper; become very angry.
    Ex.
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  • blow expr. come to blows, to start fighting.
    Ex. After a few harsh words the two boys came to blows.
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  • blow expr. strike a blow,
    a. to hit.
    Ex. to strike a blow in self-defense.
    b. to cause a setback; inflict harm.
    Ex. Syria strikes a blow at itself (Manchester Guardian Weekly).
    c. to make an effort to accomplish; advance the c
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  • blow noun 1. a state of blossoming; bloom.
    2. a display of blossoms.
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  • blow noun 1. the act or fact of forcing air upon, into, through, or against something; blast; blowing.
    2. a gale of wind.
    Ex. Last night's big blow brought down several trees.
    3. a blowing of a wind instrument; blast.
    4. (Figurative
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  • blow v.i. to blossom; bloom.
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  • blow v.i. 1. to send forth a strong current of air.
    Ex. Blow on the fire or it will goout.
    2. to move rapidly or with power; move in a current.
    Ex. The wind blows in gusts.
    3. to be driven or carried by a current of air; move before
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  • blow v.t. 1. to drive or carry by a current of air.
    Ex. The wind blew the curtains. She blew a kiss to her mother.
    2. to force a current of air into, through, or against.
    Ex. to blow the fire into flame. He blew a whiff from his pipe.
    english

  • blow in Dogri

      

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