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Expresiones y frases - Verbo 'To blow'
Idioms - Verb 'To blow'
|to blow a fuse/your stack/top||explotar de bronca|
|to blow a raspberry at someone||hacerle una trompetilla a alguien|
|to blow away the cobwebs||sacudirse las telarañas|
|to blow hot and cold||ser veleta|
|to blow one's mind||fascinar, alucinar|
|to blow one's own trumpet||tirarse flores|
- My dad blew a fuse when I told him I wasn't going to college.
- I said 'Hi' to a little girl and she blew a raspberry at me!
- Why don't you take a nice bubble bath? That'll blow the cobwebs away.
- Pat blows hot and cold! One minute she says she's coming, the next she says she's not!
- Listen to this new band! It'll blow your mind!
- Todd thinks he's the best lawyer in the world, doesn't he? He's always blowing his own trumpet.
|to blow someone's brains out||volarle a alguien la tapa de los sesos|
|to blow someone's cover||desenmascarar a alguien|
|to blow something off the map||borrar algo del mapa|
|to blow something out of the water/sky-high||echar por tierra|
|to blow something wide open||poner algo al descubierto|
|to blow the gaff||bevantar la perdiz|
- The main character blows his brains out when his girlfriend leaves him.
- You've got to help me blow Kenny's cover. You know he's been cheating on Sally.
- What was it exactly that blew dinosaurs off the map?
- These new findings blow the old theory out of the water.
- Their love affair was blown wide open by the paparazzi.
- That special report blew the gaff on the President's secret dealings.
|to blow the lid off||destapar|
|to blow the whistle on||delatar|
|to blow up in someone's face||salir mal|
- The newspapers blew the lid off the company's tax evading.
- Cathy was stealing money from the register and Vicky blew the whistle on her.
- I had planned a romantic evening but it all blew up in my face when I got sick.