- "it was blow to their hopes of reconciliation"
- nederlag [ ALLMÄNT ]
forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth
- "he gave his nose a loud blow"
- "We blew a tire"
- "The tire blew"
- "If a tyre blows at high speed, don't brake!"
- "He couldn't blow a secret that they had kept for 30 years."
- "I'm sorry I blew it"
- "I got only one chance, so I must not blow it this time"
- "He blew up the photograph to life size"
be blowing or storming
- "The wind blew from the West"
- "Blow now!"
- "Her hat blew away in the wind"
- "I blew the dust off the books"
- "She blew kisses at me and gave me a hug"
free of obstruction by blowing air through: "blow one's nose"
- "Blow your nose!"
- "She used to come and blow the organ for me"
- "The president's car had been blown to pieces"
make a sound as if blown
- "The whistle blew"
- ljuda [ musik ]
shape by blowing
- "Blow a glass vase"
sound by having air expelled through a tube play or sound a wind instrument
- "She blew the horn"
- "The trumpets blew"
cause air to go in, on, or through: "Blow my hair dry"
- blåsa [ allmänt ]
spout moist air from the blowhole, as of some marine mammals
- "The whales blew"
lay eggs; of certain insects