1. Blow definition is - to be in motion
2. Verb (1) and Noun (1) Middle English, from Old English blāwan; akin to Old High German blāen to Blow, Latin flare, Greek phallos penis
3. Blow describes the motion of the air or wind or to move with help from air or wind. Blow also refers to a sudden, impactful hit or strike. Blow has many other senses as a verb, a noun, and a slang term
4. Blow synonyms, Blow pronunciation, Blow translation, English dictionary definition of Blow. v
5. Blew, Blown, Blow·ing, Blows v
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6. Blow featuring Johnny Depp as George Jung and Penelope Cruz as Mirtha Jung was a true crime story about how Jung got into smuggling drugs
7. What draws you in about Blow is that George was such a nice guy
8. Blow is a 2001 American biographical crime film, directed by Ted Demme, about American cocaine smuggler George Jung
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9. David McKenna and Nick Cassavetes adapted Bruce Porter's 1993 book Blow: How a Small Town Boy Made $100 Million with the Medellín Cocaine Cartel and Lost It …
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10. Blows Term used for heroing (Blow is cocaine Blows are heroin) in powder form that is insufflated
11. "Dude, we went up to the tip and got some Blows." by gardenofsound September 26, 2004
12. With elements that seem borrowed from movies like Goodfellas and Boogie Nights, Blow is pretty much been-there-done-that despite another excellent performance from Johnny Depp
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13. Blow out synonyms, Blow out pronunciation, Blow out translation, English dictionary definition of Blow out
14. Blew , Blown , Blow·ing , Blows v
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16. 186 synonyms of Blow from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 175 related words, definitions, and antonyms
17. Blow: to breathe hard, quickly, or with difficulty.
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23. Blow verb (SEND OUT AIR) B1 [ I or T ] to move and make currents of air, or to be moved or make something move on a current of air: The wind was Blowing harder every minute.
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24. Blow (plural Blows) The act of striking or hitting
25. A fabricator is used to direct a sharp Blow to the surface of the stone
26. During an exchange to end round 13, Duran landed a Blow to the midsection.
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28. As a colloquial imprecation by 1781, associated with sailors (as in Popeye's "well, Blow me down!"
29. The train is coming soon—time to Blow
30. To Blow something out, off, or away means to remove or destroy it violently with an explosion
31. The can exploded, wrecking the kitchen and bathroom and Blowing out windows
32. When a storm Blows up, it begins
33. Blow verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons
34. Search the definition and the translation in context for “ Blow ”, with examples of use extracted from real-life communication
35. Blow (up)on (someone or something) 1
36. Farnam after his honor and integrity had been Blown upon by the duke
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37. Think very carefully before you go Blowing on someone of his rank, lest you wish to make a very
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41. Blew (surname) Blow (surname) Arts and entertainment Music
42. The Blow, an American elecro-pop band; Albums
43. Blow (Foetus album), 2001; Blow (Ghinzu album) or the title song, 2004; Blow (Heather Nova album), 1993; Blow (Messy Marv and Berner album), 2009
44. Blow: Blocks and Boat Docks or the title song, by Messy Marv and Berner, 2010; Blow (Red Lorry Yellow Lorry album) or the …
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45. Blow - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
46. Irregular verb definition for 'to Blow', including the base form, past simple, past participle, 3rd person singular, present participle / gerund
47. To Blow is to create a burst or puff of air
48. When chilly breezes start to Blow, it's time to close your windows.
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50. Adorned with flowers, pops of colour, #Blow treats, cocktails, and an atmosphere that makes you want to …
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52. After reviewing the problem, a decision was made that the Blow tube spacing was the potential problem
53. Establishing new rules for coldbox coremaking: when establishing a method for vent and Blow tube placement in coreboxes, foundries must maximize productivity and minimize amine consumption
54. Blow-by definition, leakage of the air-fuel mixture or of combustion gases between a piston and the cylinder wall into the crankcase of an automobile
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55. “Blow” is the second single from Kesha’s first EP, Cannibal.The song was a hit in the US, peaking at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart
56. This is a reference page for Blow verb forms in present, past and participle tenses
57. Definition of Blow job in the Definitions.net dictionary
58. What does Blow job mean? Information and translations of Blow job in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions …
59. Blow-by: (blō′bī″) An imprecise method of oxygen delivery in which an oxygen source (such as a tube connected to a pressurized gas canister) discharges oxygen in front of the nostrils or mouth of the patient
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60. Charms Blow Pops have a chewy, bubble gum center surrounded by a delicious, fruit-flavored, hard candy shell
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61. Severe Blow • The failure of the Accord was also a severe Blow to Mulroney and prompted opposition calls for his resignation
62. • This is a severe Blow to the Fernandez family
63. • Pentrite can explode without a detonator if it receives a severe Blow or strong friction.
64. Blow is the author of “Fire Shut Up in My Bones,” released in September 2014
65. Blow-drying your hair can kinda suck
66. Well, Blow me down! I never thought I'd see you again
67. I'm Blowed if I'm going to (= I certainly will not) let him treat you like that
68. Let's take a taxi and Blow (= never mind) the expense
69. Leave suddenly [transitive, intransitive] Blow (something) (North American English, informal) to leave a place suddenly
70. It is a cruel Blow for everybody es un golpe cruel para todos; the news came as a great Blow la noticia fue un duro golpe; that's a Blow! ¡qué lástima!; the affair was a Blow to his pride la cosa le hirió en el amor propio; it was the final Blow to our hopes acabó de echar por tierra nuestras esperanzas
71. 49 quotes have been tagged as Blow: Erik Pevernagie: ‘Art can Blow us out of our pigeon hole
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Blow - definition of blow by The Free Dictionary. Define blow. blow synonyms, blow pronunciation, blow translation, English dictionary definition of blow. v. blew , blown , blow·ing , blows v. intr. 1. a. To be in a state of motion. Used of the air or of wind. b.
(2) : to move with speed or force The wind was blowing. b : to move or run quickly The linebacker blew past the tackle. 2 : to send forth a current of air or other gas Don't blow on your soup. b : to talk in an empty or boastful way … if it wasn't true, and he was just blowing, it wouldn't be so hard to take. — James Jones
Blow up - destroy with an explosion 4. Blow - to exert air from one's mouth Get the Blow neck gaiter and mug. Can be pronounced like Sudoku if wordplay demands it. An attempt to overthrow the government that, due to both poor planning and execution, fails in an incredibly underwhelming fashion.
4. blow one's cover, to divulge one's secret identity, esp. inadvertently. 5. blow one's mind, to overwhelm one, as with excitement, pleasure, or dismay. 6. blow one's stack or top, to become enraged; lose one's temper.