blast

blast

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blasted

blasting

Verb
make a strident sound
  • "She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone"

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use explosives on
  • "The enemy has been blasting us all day."
  • "They blasted the mine yesterday."

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  • "We were blasted with heat as we entered the store."
sport
  • "Bonds blasted a three-run homer."
Assign blame harshly.
  • "He blasted the employee for his incompetence."
vardagligt
blast away
  • "I blasted away at the car but couldn't get a clear shot."
Shrivel, wither, or mature imperfectly, as of a flower
  • "Ethylene has caused the buds to blast before they open up."



blasted

Adjektiv
expletives used informally as intensifiers
  • "he's a blasted idiot"

Synonymer

teknik
made uninhabitable

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shattered or torn up or torn apart violently as by e.g. wind or lightning or explosive
  • "an old blasted apple tree"

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