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  • (of wind) move creating an air current.
    E.g. a cold breeze was blowing in off the sea
  • expel air through pursed lips.
    E.g. Will took a deep breath, and blew
  • (of an explosion or explosive device) displace violently or send flying.
    E.g. the blast had blown the windows out of the van
  • spend recklessly.
    E.g. they blew £100,000 in just eighteen months
  • waste (an opportunity).
    E.g. he'd been given a second chance and he'd blown it
  • used in various expressions to express surprise or as a mild oath.
    E.g. ‘Well, blow me ’, he said, ‘I never knew that.’
  • perform fellatio on (a man).
  • be extremely bad or unwelcome.
    E.g. ‘This blows,’ she sighs, ‘I want it to be next week already’
  • (of flies) lay eggs in or on (something).
  • a strong wind.
    E.g. we're in for a bit of a blow
  • an act of blowing an instrument.
    E.g. a number of blows on the whistle
  • cannabis.
  • a powerful stroke with a hand, weapon, or hard object.
    E.g. he received a blow to the skull
  • produce flowers or be in flower.
    E.g. I know a bank where the wild thyme blows
  • the state or period of flowering.
    E.g. stocks in fragrant blow

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