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blow

[bləʊ] (     pt blew,     pp blown )
intransitive verb Conjugation
1. [generally]   Conjugation soplar
2. [in wind]   salir volando, Conjugation volar
3. [fuse]   fundirse


   

blow

[bləʊ] (     pt blew,     pp blown )
transitive verb Conjugation
1. [subj: wind]   hacer volar
2. [whistle, horn]   Conjugation tocar, hacer sonar
3. [bubbles]   Conjugation hacer
4. [kiss]   Conjugation mandar
5. [fuse]   Conjugation fundir
6. [clear]
 to blow one's nose   sonarse la nariz
7. (inf) [money]   Conjugation ventilarse
(inf) [chance]   echar a perder


   

blow

[bləʊ]
noun
1. [hit, shock]   golpe m
 to come to blows   llegar a las manos
 to soften the blow   ayudar a encajar el golpe
2. [for cause]
 a blow (for)   un empujón or adelanto (para)


  

blow out


transitive verb separable Conjugation
  Conjugation apagar

  

blow out


intransitive verb Conjugation
1. [candle]   Conjugation apagarse
2. [tyre]   Conjugation reventar


  

blow over


intransitive verb Conjugation
1. [storm]   Conjugation amainar
2. [scandal]   calmarse


  

blow up


transitive verb separable Conjugation
1. [inflate]   Conjugation inflar
2. [destroy]   Conjugation volar
3. [photograph]   Conjugation ampliar


  

blow up


intransitive verb Conjugation
  saltar por los aires


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