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Meanings for blow

a setback or misfortune


a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon

"a blow on the head"

blow, bump(noun)

an impact (as from a collision)

"the bump threw him off the bicycle"

reverse, reversal, setback, blow, black eye(noun)

an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating

shock, blow(noun)

an unpleasant or disappointing surprise

"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"

gust, blast, blow(noun)

a strong current of air

"the tree was bent almost double by the gust"

coke, blow, nose candy, snow, C(noun)

street names for cocaine

blow, puff(verb)

forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth

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


exhale hard

"blow on the soup to cool it down"


be blowing or storming

"The wind blew from the West"


free of obstruction by blowing air through

"blow one's nose"

float, drift, be adrift, blow(verb)

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"


make a sound as if blown

"The whistle blew"


shape by blowing

"Blow a glass vase"

botch, bodge, bumble, fumble, botch up, muff, blow, flub, screw up, ball up, spoil, muck up, bungle, fluff, bollix, bollix up, bollocks, bollocks up, bobble, mishandle, louse up, foul up, mess up, fuck up(verb)

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"

waste, blow, squander(verb)

spend thoughtlessly; throw away

"He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"; "You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"


spend lavishly or wastefully on

"He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"


sound by having air expelled through a tube

"The trumpets blew"


play or sound a wind instrument

"She blew the horn"

fellate, suck, blow, go down on(verb)

provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation


cause air to go in, on, or through

"Blow my hair dry"


cause to move by means of an air current

"The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"


spout moist air from the blowhole

"The whales blew"

shove off, shove along, blow(verb)

leave; informal or rude

"shove off!"; "The children shoved along"; "Blow now!"


lay eggs

"certain insects are said to blow"


cause to be revealed and jeopardized

"The story blew their cover"; "The double agent was blown by the other side"

boast, tout, swash, shoot a line, brag, gas, blow, bluster, vaunt, gasconade(verb)

show off


allow to regain its breath

"blow a horse"

blow out, burn out, blow(verb)

melt, break, or become otherwise unusable

"The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"


burst suddenly

"The tire blew"; "We blew a tire"

a hard strike with a part of the body or an instrument

he was dizzy for the rest of the day after the blow to his head

a sudden brief rush of wind

the ocean blows that sweep over the island are so strong that only the hardiest shrubs can grow there

to breathe hard, quickly, or with difficulty

that horse was really blowing after the race

to use up carelessly

each year he blows his holiday bonus on a trip to Las Vegas

to break open or into pieces usually because of internal pressure

a huge crater was formed when the volcano last blew

to cause to break open or into pieces by or as if by an explosive

one false move and we would be blown to bits

to proceed or move quickly

that car blew past us as if we were standing still

to make or do (something) in a clumsy or unskillful way

he keeps blowing every job interview that comes his way

to praise or express pride in one's own possessions, qualities, or accomplishments often to excess

another self-made millionaire blowing about how much he'd achieved

to produce flowers

longing for a grassy field in some far-off land where the wildflowers blow

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Example Sentences of blow

I just need to blow off some steam.

I dealt him a blow on the ear.

He dealt me a blow in the face.

He dealt me a blow on the shoulder.

I have to blow my nose all the time.

The kidnappers wanted Tom to blow up that building.

It was a blow to us.

It was a great blow to us.

Her death was a great blow to him.

He was dazed by a blow to the head.

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Synonyms for blow

bump reverse nose candy blast puff gust snow reversal black eye shock coke setback swelling gibbousness jut extrusion bulge protuberance gibbosity protrusion prominence hump excrescence turnabout turnaround about face opposite change of mind flip flop verso policy change volte face mouse turn around shiner contrary transposition reversion reverse gear shock absorber electrical shock jounce jar cushion electric shock stupor impact seismic disturbance daze jolt bam bang flak clap fire attack good time eruption flack degree centigrade deoxycytidine monophosphate light speed cytosine vitamin C hundred century degree Celsius ampere second coulomb speed of light atomic number 6 one C ascorbic acid carbon snowfall hassock drag comforter powderpuff comfort puff of air quilt pull pouffe whiff ottoman swash gasconade botch bungle muck up mishandle bumble botch up brag tout screw up suck waste fumble flub fellate ball up bollocks up burn out bodge mess up shove off louse up squander float gas bluster vaunt spoil muff shoot a line blow out foul up fluff drift bobble go down on be adrift shove along bollix up bollix boast bollocks rove vagabond ramble range stray roll cast err freewheel wander swan tramp swim roam vitiate stammer mud plunder impair pamper hot up featherbed mar ruffle up heat up itch mire frustrate corrupt deflower rape tease grope violate mollycoddle muck foil stutter rumple coddle cosset scotch go bad ruffle baby cross baffle mess blunder indulge despoil stumble thwart bilk falter cocker misconduct mismanage rot ravage neutralise liquidate ware neutralize scourge lay waste to desolate do in run off macerate languish devastate emaciate pine away knock off consume take in suck up give suck soak up suckle nurse imbibe breastfeed draw sop up absorb lactate wet nurse take up suck in splatter splash sport feature plash swagger splosh spatter quench extinguish snuff out box buffet calamity concussion cuff cut disaster knock lash misfortune rap stripe stroke thump breath infliction wound disappointment affliction pat dab beat bloom blossom flower SPREE carousal drinking frolic BLOW OUT move or flow in currents pant lose breath breathe hard BLAB tell a secret tell tales let the cat out of the bag drive by the wind force wind upon direct a current of air upon coup explode slap jump detonate strike hit deathblow shot bash bat belt biff bop bust chop clip clout crack douse fillip hack haymaker hook larrup lick pelt pick plump poke pound punch slam slug smack smash sock spank stinger swat swipe switch thud thwack wallop welt whack wham whop whap flurry scud williwaw windblast gasp heave hyperventilate wheeze dissipate fiddle away fritter (away) lavish lose misspend run through spend throw away trifle (away) blow up burst crump go off pop demolish shatter barrel blaze bolt bomb bowl breeze bundle bustle buzz cannonball careen career chase course crack (on) dash drive fly hare hasten hie highball hotfoot (it) hurl hurry hurtle hustle jet motor nip race ram rip rocket run rush rustle scoot scurry scuttle shoot speed step tear travel trot whirl whisk zip zoom boggle bollix (up) boot bugger (up) butcher dub foozle goof (up) mangle mess (up) murder bull crow vapor burgeon bourgeon effloresce unfold

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Antonyms for blow

conserve implode crawl creep poke

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Blow in different languages

  • نفخArabic
  • веяць, дзьмуць, дуцьByelorussian
  • взривявам се духам удар експлодирам вея Bulgarian
  • llepar bufar Catalan
  • foukat vát vanout Czech
  • blæse puste Danish
  • blasen rückschlag pusten gehen fortblasen wehen wegpusten hochgehen hinfortblasen wegblasen böe schlag explodieren German
  • φυσώ Greek
  • bato frapo Esperanto
  • arruinar soplar largar golpe mamar cagar reventar chupar apestar ir Spanish
  • ساک زدن Persian
  • puhaltaa lennähtää hengähdystauko takaisku palaa rikkoutua häipyä törsätä lennellä särkeä räjäyttää olla syvä ottaa suihin puhuri isku polttaa soida tuhlata rikkoa soittaa räjähtää särkyä suihkuttaa lentää loisto kukkaloisto kukinta Finnish
  • coup voiles flamber souffler chier sucer sauter tirer nul exploser se casser jouer claquer pipe French
  • séid Irish
  • bualadh, sèid, beum, builleScots Gaelic
  • soprarGalician
  • התפוצץ, ניפחHebrew
  • fúj csapás Hungarian
  • հարված պայթել ծծել փչել Armenian
  • pukulan Indonesian
  • frapoEsperanto
  • ventata botta soffiare folata colpo Italian
  • 爆発, 吹くJapanese
  • 터지다, 불다, 날리다, 불리다, 그만두다, 아양떨다, 제기랄, 뿜다Korean
  • үйлөө, шамалдуу жел, күшүлдөө, жел чыгаруу, шишүү, айдоо, сокку, шамал үйлөөсү, желпилдетүү, көбүү, шамал соккусу, желбиретүү, желдөө, бышылдоо, желаргы сокку, шишип кетүү, айдап кийирүүKirghiz
  • flo sufflo Latin
  • pūsti Lithuanian
  • pūst Latvian
  • pipiha, pūawhe, taraweteMaori
  • пуши дува здив удар се распрснува се вее виор дудла Macedonian
  • tiup hembus Malay
  • မှုတ်Burmese
  • slag
  • waaien tegenslag slag doorjagen springen blazen ontploffen spuiten pijpen Dutch
  • slag
  • obciągać loda robić loda wiać dmuchać obciągać chuja zdmuchnąć dąć obciągać fiuta lizać pałę Polish
  • desgraça assoprar vazar ser ruim/uma porcaria uma merda explodir chupar soprar estourar ser soprado ventania golpe sair Portuguese
  • wayray, phukuyQuechua
  • sofflar, sufflar, boffar, bufar, cuolp, zuflar, frida, zufler, freida, buffarRomance
  • umfla sufla suflare fluiera furtună lovitură șuiera cânta la un instrument fi purtat răsuflare Romanian
  • взрываться веять дунуть сосать выдувать сдувать продувать взлетать на воздух сморкаться удар сдуть сморкнуться взлететь на воздух взорваться повеять подуть передышка отсосать выдуть дуть продуть Russian
  • пушити, duvati, дувати, духати, pušiti, duhatiSerbo
  • duť vanúť fúkať Slovak
  • pihatiSlovenian
  • suga av blåsa Swedish
  • panchi Swahili
  • அடி Tamil
  • దెబ్బTegulu
  • esmek üflemek Turkish
  • віяти, дутиUkrainian
  • tẽn tò nổ thổi bỏ đi xài phí thẹn thò phù phù bay thẹn thở tẽn phù chuồn phun nước phung phí Vietnamese
  • 打击 Chinese

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