(cause to) sound by blowing
(cause to) explode or be destroyed by exploding
a hard stroke with the open or closed hand or with a weapon; a bad effect on one's confidence, hopes, likelihood of success
"a blow on the head"
"the bump threw him off the bicycle"
"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"
"the tree was bent almost double by the gust"
"he gave his nose a loud blow"
"he blew out all the candles with a single puff"
"blow on the soup to cool it down"
"The wind blew from the West"
"blow one's nose"
"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"
"The whistle blew"
"Blow a glass vase"
"I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"
"the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
"He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"
"You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"
"He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"
"The trumpets blew"
"She blew the horn"
"Blow my hair dry"
"The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"
"The whales blew"
"The children shoved along"
"certain insects are said to blow"
"The story blew their cover"
"The double agent was blown by the other side"
"blow a horse"
"The lightbulbs blew out"
"The fuse blew"
"The tire blew"
"We blew a tire"
Catching him a light blow..with the back of her hand.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
It was too late to check the blow and the axe blade struck the tree.
出自： R. Dahl
A most poor man, made tame to fortune's blows.
出自：King Lear , Shakespeare
Heark how it rains and blows.
出自： I. Walton
It blew a gale.
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
The wind blew fierce and strong.
出自： J. Steinbeck
灰尘吹得到处飞扬。 blow sth ⇔ about
The hurricane is blowing broken glass about in the city streets.
It seemed to be getting windy; the leaves were being blown about.
The smoke blew away.
Quick, catch my hat before it blows away.
快,抓住我的帽子,别让它被风吹走! blow sth ⇔ away
He blew away the cigar smoke.
A gust of wind blew all the dust away.
The wind blew away the clothes hanging on the line.
The wind was so strong that people were nearly blown away as they waited for buses.
The wind blew so hard that my umbrella was almost blown away.
The papers on my desk were blown away by the wind.
Suddenly a cold breeze blew in and right away he felt better.
A little breeze is blowing in from the window.
微风从窗户里吹进来。 blow in
Say, look who's just blown in!
The door opened and Tom blew in.
The house was already full of guests when Bill blew in.
Jim just blew in; we weren't expecting him till Tuesday.
Blow in any time you like; we shall always be pleased to see you.
What time did Mark blow in last night?
I was just passing, so I thought I'd blow in for a few minutes.
我正好路过那儿,我想我应该进去看看。 blow sth ⇔ in
She blew in her salary yesterday.
I opened the window and a pile of leaves blew into the house.
The whistle makes a sound because you blow into it.
因为你向里面吹气,所以哨子发出声音。 blow sth into sth
The wind blew the snow into deep drifts.
The force of the explosion blew the car into the air.
When the door was opened the wind blew the leaves into the house.
The rock was blown into fragments with dynamite.
When the water boiled, the lid of the pan blew off.
水开后,锅盖被顶了起来。 blow sb/sth ⇔ off
You'll have to stay here until the blizzard blows itself off.
The wind has blown my hat off.
A gust of wind blew off all the dead leaves on the tree.
He didn't know how to blow off his superfluous energy.
His straw hat was blown off.
In the lightning I saw that the roof of the hut had been blown off.
闪电的时候,我看见棚屋的屋顶被掀掉了。 blow sth ⇔ off
They blew the door off with a small charge of high explosive.
His one leg was blown off by a bomb in the war.
The ship's bow was blown off by a torpedo.
船头被一枚水雷炸掉了。 blow off
Poison gas blew off and endangered the lives of hundreds of persons.
毒气喷出来,危及几百人的生命。 blow sth ⇔ off
The surplus steam was blown off through the pipes.
The wind blew the papers off my desk.
Blow the dust off that book, please.
Don't blow the dust off the table, use a cloth.
When the newspaper picked up part of the story, it blew the lid off the whole conspiracy.
The wind blew the seeds out of the plant.
风把这植物的种子吹落了。 blow sth ⇔ out
We shall have to blow the pipe out, it seems to be blocked.
管子好像堵住了,我们得把里面吹干净。 blow out
Every time he tried to light the candle, it blew out.
Someone opened the door and the lamp blew out.
有人打开门,灯就灭了。 blow sth ⇔ out
The wind blew out the candle.
The wind blew the match out.
He blew the oil lamp out.
他把油灯吹灭了。 blow out
The storm blew out after three days.
风暴刮了三天之后停息下来。 blow sth ⇔ out
It won't be long before the storm blows itself out.
The gale has blown itself out.
狂风平息下来了。 blow out
If a tire blows out while one is driving at high speed, it can be very dangerous.
Moving through an endless muddy puddle, the rear tire of my car blew out.
在没有尽头的泥坑中行驶时,我的汽车的后轮胎突然爆炸。 blow sth ⇔ out
The bombs should blow them out.
A bomb blew out the front of a hotel in central Jerusalem early today.
今天早上一枚炸弹把耶路撒冷中部的一家旅馆正面炸毁了。 blow sth ⇔ out
The boy blew out the paper bag.
The mischievous boy startled the company by blowing out a paper bag and bursting it.
When the paper bag was blown out to its full extent, it burst.
当纸袋吹鼓得不能再鼓时,它破了。 blow out
A steam cock blows out.
气管旋塞给气冲开了。 blow sth ⇔ out
Heat the vessel and try to blow out the stopper.
将容器加热,使蒸汽瓶塞冲出来。 blow out
The fuse blew out.
There was a storm blowing up while we were out at sea.
I shouldn't go sailing today if a storm's blowing up.
The wind was blowing up.
The gale had blown up again.
On our way to the peak, a fierce storm suddenly blew up.
A howling wind of force 7 blew up.
刮起了7级大风。 blow sth ⇔ up
It looks as though it may blow up a gale tonight.
It may well blow up a storm tonight.
今晚很可能下一场暴雨。 blow up
The volcano blew up, violently shaking the neighbouring villages and towns.
The dispute has blown up again.
Trouble is blowing up again in the Middle East.
Something is blowing up and I don't like it.
I expect this affair to blow up any minute now.
我预料这件事现在会随时爆发。 blow sth ⇔ up
You'll have to blow up the fire to make it burn.
你得把火吹旺让它烧起来。 blow up
A chemical factory blew up in the North of England.
When the torpedo struck it, the ship immediately blew up.
The barrel of gunpowder blew up with a terrible noise.
The enemy ammunition dump blew up.
Several people were injured when an ammunition dump blew up yesterday.
昨天一个军火临时堆积所爆炸的时候,有好几个人受了伤。 blow sth ⇔ up
The soldiers blew up the factory.
The guerrillas blew up the bridge.
The terrorists blew up the police station.
Did they have to blow all the buildings up?
To keep the enemy from crossing the river, the defenders blew up the bridge with dynamite.
Our house was blown up in an air raid.
The enemy pillbox was blown up with a bang.
The bridge was blown up by a villager after the guerrillas left for their camp in the woods.
游击队离开去林中营地以后,桥就由一位老乡炸毁了。 blow up
The case blew up when they examined it more closely.
His scheme blew up in his face after all, despite his optimism.
尽管他乐观,他的计划一下子失败也使他丢脸。 blow sth ⇔ up
The results of the latest investigation have blown up the case against him.
His reputation has been blown up completely.
他名声扫地。 blow up
Her father blew up when she arrived home late at night.
He blew up when I told him I couldn't do it.
I'm sorry I blew up at you.
“I was wrong to blow up like that.I must learn to keep a better check on my temper.”he said.
When he asked for the day off, the manager blew up.
That fellow finally blew up and fairly screamed with rage.
They objected to being blown up for the slightest fault.
他们反对因一点点过失就受到申斥。 blow sb ⇔ up
I got home very late that night, and mother blew me up.
Your father will blow you up if you don't behave better.
You shouldn't have blown him up for so small a mistake.
The headmaster blew the boys up about the broken window.
Mother will blow you up when she finds her best dishes broken.
When we arrived a little late our boss blew us up.
You're sure to be blown up for coming late to work.
They were blown up for such a mistake.
他们因这样一个错误受到责备。 blow sth ⇔ up
Don't blow the balloon up any further!It'll burst!
Could you lend me a pump to blow up my bicycle tyres?
误 I blew him heavily.
正 I gave him a heavy blow.
正 I struck him heavily.
误 The sea breeze was blowing our faces.
正 The sea breeze was caressing〔brushing〕 our faces.
析 blow用作及物动词时,指“吹动”,因此不能说blow one's face。