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blow2

blow2

 
pronunciation:
blo
phrases:
blow over, blow up
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part of speech: verb
inflections: blows, blowing, blew, blown
definition 1: to be in swift motion.
The wind blew all night.
similar words:
breeze, flow, storm
definition 2: to be carried along by the wind.
My cap blew into the water.
synonyms:
drift
similar words:
ride
definition 3: to force air out of the mouth.
She blew on the baby's fingers to warm them.
synonyms:
exhale, expire
similar words:
pant, puff
definition 4: to make a sound when air is forced through.
At twelve o'clock, the whistle blew.
similar words:
blare, blast, sound, toot, whistle
definition 5: to burst or stop working from being filled or used too much.
My tire blew yesterday.I hope the lights don't blow during this storm.
similar words:
burn out, burst, bust, explode, pop
definition 6: to move or force along by means of an air current.
The wind blew the raked leaves into the street.
similar words:
drift, fan
definition 7: to cause to make a sound by forcing air through.
Blow your horn, and I'll play my drums.
synonyms:
toot
similar words:
blare, blast, sound, whistle
phrase: blow over
phrase: blow up
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