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blow  Verb
Plural: blows
  1. Translate "blow" to Spanish: soplar
    English Synonyms of "blow": puff, puff out, whiff
    Define meaning of "blow": Exhale hard.
  2. She blows the dust from the table, Ella sopla el polvo de la mesa.
    Blow on the soup to cool it down.

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  3. Translate "blow" to Spanish: resoplar, soplar
    English Synonyms of "blow": blow air, puff, puff out, snort, wheeze, chug
    Define meaning of "blow": Be blowing or storming.
  4. The wind blew from the West.

  5. Translate "blow" to Spanish: estallar, reventar, reventarse
    English Synonyms of "blow": blow out, blow up, burst, explode, blast, come open, pop, go wall
    Define meaning of "blow": Burst suddenly.
  6. The tire blew.
    We blew a tire.

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  7. Translate "blow" to Spanish: hacer estallar, explotar, hacer explotar, volar
    English Synonyms of "blow": explode, set off, blast, burst, blow apart, blow up, detonate, let off, wreck
    Define meaning of "blow": Cause to explode.
  8. The thief set off the bomb, El ladrón hizo estallar la bomba.

  9. Translate "blow" to Spanish: inflar
    English Synonyms of "blow": blow up, distend with air, inflate, puff up, pump up, balloon, belly, fill with air
    Define meaning of "blow": Cause air to go in, on, or through.
  10. Blow my hair dry.

  11. Translate "blow" to Spanish: arruinar, cagar, regar
    English Synonyms of "blow": destroy, ruin, spoil, blight, impair, louse up, knock up, ball up
    Define meaning of "blow": Make a mess of, destroy or ruin.
  12. I botched the dinner and we had to eat out.
    The pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement.


  13. Translate "blow" to Spanish: hacer volar con un soplido, hacer estallar
    English Synonyms of "blow": blow away, pop, cause to float gently on the air, waft
    Define meaning of "blow": Cause to move by means of an air current.
  14. The wind blew the leaves around in the yard.

  15. Translate "blow" to Spanish: golpear
    English Synonyms of "blow": hit, bash, rap, sock, belt, lather, knap
    Define meaning of "blow": Hit against; come into sudden contact with. ; Cause to move by striking. ; Drive something violently into a location.

  16. Translate "blow" to Spanish: tocar un instrumento de música
    English Synonyms of "blow": play a musical instrument


  17. Translate "blow" to Spanish: hacer bien
    English Synonyms of "blow": perform well

  18. Translate "blow" to Spanish: irse
    English Synonyms of "blow": be leaving, drive away, get along, go off, go out, leave, depart, go away

  19. Translate "blow" to Spanish: chupar, hacer sexo oral a
    English Synonyms of "blow": give a blow job to, give oral sex to, give a blow job


blow  Noun
  1. Translate "blow" to Spanish: golpe, pegada, golpe duro, golpe repentino, leñazo, palo, porrada, porrazo, sopetón, torta, tortazo, trancazo, trastazo, cachimbazo, cale, chalo, chingadazo, coñazo, crujío, esclate, galleta, guamazo, hostia, mameyazo, meco, morrón, pencazo, reatazo, tantarantán, topetazo, tozolón, vergajazo, vergazo, viaje, zurriagazo
    English Synonyms of "blow": bump, hit, knock, strike, whack, bash, bop
    Define meaning of "blow": A powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon. ; An impact (as from a collision).
  2. A blow on the head.
    The bump threw him off the bicycle.

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  3. Translate "blow" to Spanish: soplido, soplo
    English Synonyms of "blow": puff, blowing, puff of wind, whiff
    Define meaning of "blow": Forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth.
  4. He gave his nose a loud blow.
    He blew out all the candles with a single puff.

  5. Translate "blow" to Spanish: chasco
    English Synonyms of "blow": disappointment, fiasco, comedown, failure, balls-up, ballup
    Define meaning of "blow": An unpleasant or disappointing surprise.; An unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating.
  6. It came as a shock to learn that he was injured.


  7. Translate "blow" to Spanish: marihuana, mariguana
    English Synonyms of "blow": grass, marihuana, marijuana, pot, birdwood, brand X, bud, boo, boo grass
    Define meaning of "blow": Addictive drug made from Indian hemp. ; Street names for marijuana.

  8. Translate "blow" to Spanish: embate
    English Synonyms of "blow": blow of fate

  9. Translate "blow" to Spanish: contusión
    English Synonyms of "blow": bruise, cardinal, contusion, dark painful skin injury
    Define meaning of "blow": Dark painful skin injury. ; Skin area darkened by blood having settled under it.


  10. Translate "blow" to Spanish: ataque súbito
    English Synonyms of "blow": seizure
    Define meaning of "blow": A sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease.

Verb Conjugation for "blow"
Gerund: blowing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "blow"
aim a blow at
at a blow
at a single blow
at one blow
attack with blows
axe blow
big blow
blow-by-blow
blow by blow
blow-by-blow account
blow-by-blow description
blow for blow
body blow
breathing that is common and superficial like a blow
broom blow
bruise near the eye caused by a blow
by-blow
by hammer blows
chop blow
circuit blow
come as a blow
come to blows
come to blows with
cudgel blow
deal a blow
death blow
decisive blow
deliver a blow
deliver a blow to
deliver a very painful blow to
deliver blows
dizzy with a blow
ear deformed from blows
exchange blows
feel the blow
fight with powerful blows
final blow
find out how the wind blows
finishing blow
get a frontal blow
get a good blow
get a hard blow
get a heavy blow
give a blow
give a blow job
give a blow to
give a blow with
give blows to
glancing blow
go for a blow
go the way the wind blows
hammer blow
hard blow
heavy blow
hit a blow by
hit a blow past
hit with a blow
hook blow
how the wind blows
I blew it
in one blow
inflict a blow
inflict a heavy blow on
Joe Blow
kill with a blow
knock down with a blow
knock out with a blow
knockout blow
launch a blow at
lessen the blow
lethal blow
light blow
low blow
mace blow
miss one's blow
one-two blow
one-way blow-diffuser
painful blow
photograph blow-up
place a blow
plant a blow
powerful blow
proceed to blows
quick blow
rain blows on
receive a good blow
receive a hard blow
receive a heavy blow
receive a strong blow
see which way the wind blows
series of blows
sharp blow
side blow
slice blow
small blow
stop a blow
strike a blow
strike a blow at
strike a blow to
strike an oblique glancing blow
strike with a crushing blow
strike with a hard blow
strike with a smashing blow
strong blow
suck and blow apparatus
sudden blow
swing a blow to
sword blow
truncheon blow
unexpected blow
unintentional blow
violent blow
weak blow
whistle blow
with one blow
without striking a blow
you blew it
you blew it up
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