blow

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Englisch - Türkisch
üflemek

Ben dünyadaki tüm kuşların efendisiyim ve sadece düdüğüme üflemek zorundayım ve her biri bana gelecektir. - I am master of all the birds in the world, and have only to blow my whistle and every one will come to me.

esmek
{i} darbe

Tom kafasından ağır bir darbe aldı. - Tom received a heavy blow on the head.

Şaşırtıcı darbe maçı bitirdi. - The astonishing blow finished the match.

{f} kaçırmak (fırsat)
{i} esinti
{f} kaçmak
{i} rüzgâr

Rüzgar şiddetli esiyordu ve daha da kötüsü, yağmur yağmaya başladı. - The wind was blowing violently, and to make matters worse, it began raining.

Bütün gece rüzgar sert esiyordu. - It was blowing hard all night.

baltalama
{i} yüksekten atma
unutulmak
havaya uçurmak
{f} fışkırmak
üfürmek
darp
patlatmak
(sigorta) atmak
çarpma
vuruşmak
fışkırtmak
(rüzgar) esmek
düşmek
defolmak
hava vermek
çalınmak
uçmak
yanmak
s_h.üfle+e.es
sürüklemek
lanetlemek
öttürmek
çarçur etmek
uçurmak
çabuk çabuk solumak
(sigorta/vb.) atmak
üfleyerek çalmak
{f} solumak
{f} (blew, --n)
şiddetli esinti
{i} çalma
{f} küfretmek
ani gelen bela
(Tıp) Üflemek, dışarıya doğru kuvvetle soluk vermek
come to blows kavgaya tutuşmak
{i} üfleme

Cam üfleme teknikleri icat edildiğinde cam Roma döneminde önemli ölçüde gelişti. - Glass developed dramatically in the Roman era when glass blowing techniques were invented.

Ben dünyadaki tüm kuşların efendisiyim ve sadece düdüğüme üflemek zorundayım ve her biri bana gelecektir. - I am master of all the birds in the world, and have only to blow my whistle and every one will come to me.

{f} körüklemek
{i} darbe, vuruş
{f} kahretmek
üf

Rose hava kabarcıkları üflüyordu. - Rose was blowing bubbles.

Tom pastadaki tüm mumları üfleyip söndüremedi. - Tom wasn't able to blow out all the candles on the cake.

{f} uçurmak; uçmak: The wind has blown off the chimney cowl. Rüzgâr bacanın külahını uçurdu
{i} yumruk

Tom, Noel yemeğinde ofisteki bir arkadaşı ile yumruk yumruğa girdi. - Tom came to blows with a colleague at the office Christmas lunch.

O yüzüme bir yumruk attı. - He dealt me a blow in the face.

{i} şanssızlık
{f} su fışkırtmak (balina)
{f} çarçur etmek (Argo)
{i} şok

Bu beni hâlâ şok ediyor. - It still blows my mind.

{f} patlamak
{f} çiçek açmak
darbe/rüzgar
{f} soluk soluğa kalmak
{f} atmak (sigorta)
{f} yelpazelemek
{i} övünme
{i} hamle
{i} felâket
blow uç/çiçek ver/es/uçur
dili övünme
{f} çalmak
{f} çiçeklenmek
at one blow bir hamlede
(Askeri) SADME, ÇARPMA, TAARRUZ: Bak. "counter blow"
alev lambası
blow up
patlatmak
blow up
şişirmek
blow up
havaya uçurmak
blow job
(Argo) oral seks
blow up
havaya uçmak
blow away
sürüklemek
blow out
üfleyip söndürmek (mum)
blow out
(Fiili Deyim ) üfleyip söndürmek , patlamak
blow out
(lastik) patlamak
blow up
infilak etmek
blow money
Parayı çarçur etmek
blow to bits
Patlatarak parçalara ayırmak
blow away
uçurmak
blow down
yıkmak
blow fly
sinek
blow in
içeri doldurmak (rüzgâr)
blow out
dinmek (fırtına)
blow up
patlak vermek
blow up
patlamak
blow in
çıkıp gelmek
blow off
uçurmak
blow off steam
(Konuşma Dili) içini dökerek rahatlamak
blow off steam
(Konuşma Dili) deşarj olmak
blow off steam
(Konuşma Dili) içini döküp rahatlamak
blow one's lid/stack
(Argo) çılgına dönmek
blow over
sona ermek
blow to pieces
Patlatarak parçalara ayırmak
blow to smithereens
Patlatarak parçalara ayırmak
blow up
çılgına dönmek
blow up
agrandisman yapmak
blow up
bombalamak
blow a fuse
sigorta atmak
blow a fuse
tepesi atmak
blow by blow
harfi harfine
blow down
istim boşaltmak
blow down
yere yatırmak
blow down
devirmek
blow great guns
fırtına halinde esmek (rüzgâr)
blow hard
övün
blow hot and cold
kararsız olmak
blow hot and cold
duraksamak
blow hot and cold
daldan dala konmak
blow hot and cold about
bir iyi bir kötü davranmak
blow hot and cold about
oyun oynamak
blow in
düşmek
blow in
damlamak
blow off
uçur
blow off steam
ağzını açıp gözünü yummak
blow one's nose
fınkırmak
blow one's own horn
övünmek
blow one's own horn
yüksekten atmak
blow one's own trumpet
özünü göklere çıkarmak
blow one's stack
özünü kaybetmek
blow one's stack
özünden geçmek
blow one's top
tepesi atmak
blow ones stack
öfkelenmek
blow out
havaya uçmak
blow out
üfleyerek söndür
blow out
sönmek
blow over
sona er
blow over
(fırtına) dinmek
blow over
unutulmak
blow sb up
azarlamak
blow sb up
paylamak
blow sb's cover
kimliğini ortaya çıkarmak
blow sth up
(fotoğraf) büyütmek
blow sth up
önemini abartmak
blow the gaff
ağzından kaçırmak
blow up
parlamak
blow up
birden kızmak
blow up
patlat
blow-by-blow
ayrıntılı
blow 1
darbe 1
blow a fuse
(deyim) Sigortaları atmak, çok kızmak
blow a gasket
darbe bir conta
blow a gasket
Conta yakmak

If I use more speedy that car, I'd probably blow a gasket.

blow a whistle
ıslık çalmak
blow chunks
Kusmak
blow fish
darbe balık
blow hard
darbe sert
blow into
darbe içine
blow it!
kahretsin!
blow of the hammer
çekiç darbe
blow off
Kontrolünü kaybedip bağırıp çağırmak
blow off
(Tarım) Püskürtmeli dağıtım, tarımda suyun püskürtülmesi suretiyle dağılımı
blow off
Sinirlenip bağırmak
blow off
Osurmak
blow off
İNFİLAKLA AYıRMA, İNFİLAKLA AYRıLMA (HV.): Bir alet kısmı veya parçanın, bir infilak kuvveti uygulamak suretiyle, bir roket aracının geri kalan kısmından maksatlı olarak ayrılması
blow off
Sesli şekilde osurmak
blow off steam
kürdünü dökmek
blow off steam
buharını boşaltmak
blow on something
şeyler darbe
blow one's chance
(deyim) Eline geçen bir fırsatı kaçırmak
blow one's mind
saftı kaymak
blow one's own trumpet
(deyim) Övünmek, böbürlenmek
blow out of proportion
oran darbe çıkışı
blow out of proportion
abartmak
blow s.o.´s mind
k. dili 1. birini çok heyecanlandırmak. 2. birini çok şaşırtmak. 3. birine çok keyif vermek
blow someone out
darbe kimse dışarı
blow someone out
Buluşulacak birini ekmek
blow someone's socks off
(deyim) Birini hayrete düşürmek, hayran bırakmak
blow something out of proportion
(deyim) Abartmak, aşırı tepki göstermek

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow sth out of proportion
dışarı oran darbe sth
blow strings
engelleri yok etmek
blow the gaff
havasını bozmak
blow the joint
(deyim) Bir yeri terk etmek, hemen ayrılmak/gitmek
blow the whistle
ıslıklamak
blow the whistle
(deyim) (blow the whistle on someone) Ele vermek, ihbar etmek
blow things out of proportion
(deyim) Olayları abartmak
blow this joint
(deyim) Bir yeri terk etmek, hemen ayrılmak/gitmek

1. Let's blow this joint and go out for a hamburger and a beer. 2. Lets blow this joint before the pigs find us!.

blow through
darbe yoluyla
blow to pieces
parçalarına ayırmak
blow up at
(deyim) Aniden kızıp, karşısındakine bağırmak
blow up at
(deyim) Birine patlamak
blow whistle
darbe ıslık
blow your top
Çok sinirlenmek, tepesi atmak
blow-molding
şişirme
blow by blow
(deyim) ayrıntılarıyla
blow up
azarlamak
blow out
patlama
blowing
eserek
blow out
eğlence
blew
esmek
blew
üflemek
blow away
kuvvetle soluk vermek
blow off steam
stres atmak
blow out
patlamak (lastik)
blow over
dinmek
blow over
dinmek (fırtına)
blow over
sorunsuz atlatmak
blow over
geçmek
blowing
esme
blown
üflenmiş
blew
s_h.üfle+e.es
blowing
{i} esen

Kuzeyden esen soğuk bir rüzgar vardı. - There was a cold wind blowing from the north.

Esen rüzgara engel olamazsın; fakat yel değirmeni inşa edebilirsin. - You can't stop the wind from blowing, but you can build windmills.

blown
s_h.üfle+e.es
a blow
Bir darbe
blew
üfledi
blow dryer
(Ev ile ilgili) saç kurutma makinası
blow molding
(Mühendislik) hava basınçlı kalıplama
blow off
Öfkeyle bağırmak
blow off steam
istim salıvermek
blow your nose
sümkürmek

you should blow your nose when you have cold.

blowing
esenn
blowing
es
blown
üfle
blows
eser

Okyanustan gelen bir rüzgâr, yılın bu zamanında eser. - A wind from the ocean blows at this time of the year.

Rüzgar söğütlere eser. - The wind blows in the willows.

blew
blow uç/çiçek ver/es/uçur
blew
f., bak. blow
blow dry
fön çekmek
Englisch - Englisch
To create or shape by blowing; as in to blow bubbles, to blow glass
To recklessly squander

We blew an opportunity to get benign corporate sponsorship.

To suddenly fail destructively

He tried to sprint, but his ligaments blew and he was barely able to walk to the finish line.

To leave

Let's blow this joint.

To cause to make sound by blowing, as a musical instrument
To be very undesirable (see also suck)

This blows!.

To exhale visibly through the spout the seawater which it has taken in while feeding

There she blows! (i.e. I see a whale spouting!).

To be propelled by an air current

The leaves blow through the streets in the fall.

To propel by an air current

Blow the dust off that book and open it up.

To blossom; to cause to bloom or blossom

How blows the citron grove.

A chance to catch one’s breath

The players were able to get a blow during the last timeout.

To produce an air current

Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! rage! blow!.

The act of striking or hitting

During an exchange to end round 13, Duran landed a blow to the mid-section.

A display of anything brilliant or bright
An unfortunate occurrence

A further blow to the group came in 1917 when Thomson died while canoeing in Algonquin Park.

To explode

Get away from that burning gas tank! It's about to blow!.

To make a sound as the result of being blown

In the harbor, the ships' horns blew.

Cocaine
A strong wind

We're having a bit of a blow this afternoon.

To cause to explode, shatter, or be utterly destroyed

The aerosol can was blown to bits.

A mass or display of flowers; a yield

Such a blow of tulips.

Cannabis
To cause sudden destruction of

He blew the tires and the engine.

A bloom, state of flowering

roses in full blow.

To fellate

Who did you have to blow to get those backstage passes?.

To spout water, etc
{n} a stroke, misfortune, gale of wind, egg of a fly
{v} to make a current of air, impel by wind, move as air, pant, sound with wind, blossom, swell, deposit an egg as a fly
exhale hard; "blow on the soup to cool it down"
To force a current of air upon with the mouth, or by other means; as, to blow the fire
a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon; "a blow on the head"
To sound on being blown into, as a trumpet
To form by inflation; to swell by injecting air; as, to blow bubbles; to blow glass
make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
To flower; to blossom; to bloom
spend lavishly or wastefully on; "He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"
To miss converting a spare
Molding - A process of container production in which plastic is "blown" outward by forced air to assume the shape of a mold
an impact (as from a collision); "the bump threw him off the bicycle"
bloom
To exhale visibly through the spout the seawater it has taken in while feeding
be blowing or storming; "The wind blew from the West
be in motion due to some air or water current; "The leaves were blowing in the wind"; "the boat drifted on the lake"; "The sailboat was adrift on the open sea"; "the shipwrecked boat drifted away from the shore"
A single heat or operation of the Bessemer converter
Phat
sound by having air expelled through a tube; "The trumpets blew"
a colloquialism (informal expression) for a sudden departure It is usually used to describe either the sudden dissipation (vanishing) of mass in the mind with an accompanying feeling of relief, or someone leaving, ceasing to be where he should really be, or just ceasing to be audited See also mental mass
an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
to bloom
A chance to catch one's breath
To produce a current of air; to move, as air, esp
a thickening (usually, more than 10 m thick) of a dyke (usually about 1 m thick)
make a sound as if blown; "The whistle blew"
To spread by report; to publish; to disclose
provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation
{i} strike, hit; exhalation, breath
leave; informal or rude; "shove off!"; "The children shoved along"; "Blow now!"
{f} exhale; inflate; wave; whistle; explode; sprout
shape by blowing; "Blow a glass vase"
play or sound a wind instrument; "She blew the horn"
a strong current of air; "the tree was bent almost double by the gust"
v to move with force, as in air ("The wind blows ")
cause air to go in, on, or through; "Blow my hair dry"
To breathe hard or quick; to pant; to puff
To play a musical instrument such as a horn or woodwind
cause to move by means of an air current; "The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"
To send forth a forcible current of air, as from the mouth or from a pair of bellows
To cause air to pass through by the action of the mouth, or otherwise; to cause to sound, as a wind instrument; as, to blow a trumpet; to blow an organ
spout moist air from the blowhole; "The whales blew"
A blossom; a flower; also, a state of blossoming; a mass of blossoms
blow a backsight
To occupy a point, then enter the wrong point for the backsight, or forget to enter the backsight
blow a fuse
To cause fuse (or circuit-breaker) to sacrifice itself by overloading the circuit it protects
blow a fuse
To lose one's temper; to become enraged

When he learned that his daughter had eloped, he blew a fuse.

blow a gasket
To cause the seal made by a gasket to fail
blow a gasket
To become very angry or upset

The father blew a gasket when he saw his son's poor report card.

blow a kiss
To kiss one's hand, then blow on the hand in a direction towards the recipient

We haven't yet kissed, but she blew me a kiss as the train pulled out of the station. That meant a lot to me.

blow away
To cause to go away by blowing

He blew away the dust which had collected on the book.

blow away
To disperse or to depart on currents of air

I didn't have to rake. The leaves just blew away.

blow away
To flabbergast; to impress greatly

The critics were blown away by their latest album.

blow away
To kill (someone) by shooting them

The kid just blew the clerk away.

blow chunks
To vomit chunks of undigested food
blow chunks
To suffer from explosive diarrhea
blow chunks
To be very bad, inadequate, unpleasant, or miserable; to thoroughly suck

The old version was okay, but the new version blows chunks.

blow down
To knock over from wind

I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down.

blow dryer
Alternative spelling of blow-dryer
blow dryers
plural form of blow dryer
blow football
An indoor tabletop game, normally for children, simulating football (soccer), in which plastic straws are blown through in order to move a small ball and score goals
blow hot and cold
To behave inconsistently; to vacillate or to waver, as between extremes of opinion or emotion

The Xinhua commentary said that Chen blows hot and cold, behaves capriciously and is a hard man to trust..

blow it
to fail at something; to mess up; to make a mistake

I blew it and forgot to start the spaghetti, so I had plenty of sauce and no pasta.

blow off
to shirk or disregard (a duty or person)

We've both been blowing off Peter all day: he's really boring.

blow off
To vent, usually, to reduce pressure in a container

The radioactivity was released when they blew off steam from the containment vessel.

blow off
To shoot something with a gun, causing it to come disconnected

Her leg was blown off by a landmine.

blow off
to pass gas; to break wind
blow off steam
To rant or shout in order to relieve stress; to vent

Don’t take it personally when he shouts like that. He’s just blowing off steam.

blow one's cool
Alternative form of lose one's cool
blow one's nose
To expel mucus or other matter from one’s nasal passages, via one’s nostril, by force of lung power
blow one's top
to be explosively angry. To lose one's temper

When my dad found out I had failed the exams, he just blew his top.

blow out
To extinguish something, especially a flame

He blew out the match.

blow out
To deflate quickly on being punctured

The tire blew out on a corner.

blow out
In a sporting contest, to dominate and defeat an opposing team, especially by a large scoring margin

The No. 1-rated football team proceeded to blow out its undermanned opponent.

blow out of proportion
To overreact to or overstate; to treat too seriously or be overly concerned with

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow over
To pass naturally; to go away; to settle or calm down

You cannot simply wait for a problem like that to blow over.

blow over
To blow on something causing it to topple

The wind blow over the pole.

blow smoke
To speak with a lack of credibility, sense, purpose, or truth; to speak nonsense

Are these statistics they cite verifiable, or are they just blowing smoke, trying to scare people?.

blow smoke up someone's ass
Alternative form of blow smoke
blow someone out of the water
To trounce; to defeat someone thoroughly, at a game or in battle

With a garden hose, you can blow your opponent out of the water, if he only has a squirt gun.

blow someone's mind
To astonish someone, to flabbergast someone
blow the whistle
To disclose information to the public or to appropriate authorities concerning the illegal or socially harmful actions of a person or group, especially a corporation or government agency

In some jurisdictions, it is illegal to fire a person for blowing the whistle on an employer.

blow the whistle
To make a piercing sound which signals a referee's action or the end of a game
blow this for a game of soldiers
Expressing exasperation or impatience with a situation
blow this pop stand
To exit or remove oneself from a less than exciting location or environment

I'm bored out of my mind, let's blow this pop stand.

blow this popsicle stand
To leave an establishment speedily

Well, we've been at this bar for two hours; let's blow this popsicle stand and go to the nightclub.

blow up
To fail disastrously
blow up
To enlarge or zoom in

Blow up the picture to get a better look at their faces.

blow up
To become popular very quickly

This album is about to blow up; they’re being promoted on MTV.

blow up
To explode or be destroyed by explosion

Why do cars in movies always blow up when they fall off a cliff?.

blow up
To explode something or somebody or destroy something or injure or kill somebody by explosion

More civilians than soldiers have been blown up by anti-personnel mines.

blow up
To inflate or fill with air

Blow up the balloons.

blow up
To suddenly get very angry

Dad blew up at me when I told him I was pregnant.

blow up in one's face
To fail disastrously

If I took the risk to speak with my friend and the whole thing blew up in my face, I'd probably feel ashamed and exposed whenever I thought about it for a very, very long time.

blow-by
in an internal combustion engine, any burnt or unburnt matter escaping from the cylinder, past the (worn) rings on the piston, and into the crankcase
blow-by-blow
An account, description, or commentary including every detail of the action or event

The media published a blow-by-blow of the trial as it happened.

blow-by-blow
Detailing every action or occurrence completely

He gave a blow-by-blow account of the entire trip.

blow-dried
Being or appearing well-groomed but superficial or vacuous
blow-dried
Simple past tense and past participle of blow-dry
blow-dry
To dry with a hair dryer
blow-dry
An instance of blow-drying

She went to the hairdresser's for a haircut, shampooing and a blow-dry.

blow-dryer
An electrical device used for drying hair
blow-up
An explosion (physical or emotional)

I heard Jen's blow-up from the next room.

blow-up
Inflatable; able to be blown up

The kids played with blow-up sea-monster in the pool.

blow-up
An enlargement (e.g. of a photo)

Make a blow-up of the chart so we have more room to draw on it.

blow off
come off due to an explosion or other strong force
blow away
(Slang) kill; amaze (e.g.: "He blew my mind with his story")
blow job
the practice of touching a man's sexual organs with your lips and tongue to give him sexual pleasure
blow job
fellatio, oral sex performed on a male (Vulgar Slang)
blow the whistle
cause an action or situation to stop by revealing it to opposing parties; blow a whistle to indicate the start or finish of a game or a time-out in an activity
blow to bits
Explode someone or something into tiny pieces
blow to pieces
Explode someone or something into tiny pieces
blow to smithereens
Explode someone or something into tiny pieces
blow a fuse
(deyim) Lose one's temper
blow job
oral sex performed upon the penis
blow off some steam
(deyim) Lit. [for something] to release steam: The locomotive let off some steam after it came to a halt. With a great hiss, it let off steam and frightened the children
blow off some steam
(deyim) Fig. to work or play off excess energy: Those boys need to get out and let off some steam. Go out and let off steam!
blow off some steam
(deyim) Fig. to release one's pent-up emotions, such as anger, usually verbally: I'm sorry I yelled at you. I guess I needed to let off some steam. She's not that mad. She's just letting off steam
blow off steam
(deyim) Fig. to work or play off excess energy: Those boys need to get out and let off some steam. Go out and let off steam!
blow off steam
(deyim) to do or say something that helps you to get rid of strong feelings or energy: Meetings give people the chance to let off steam if something has been bothering them for a long time. After a long journey, the kids need to run around a bit and let off steam. I've told her she can call me and talk any time she wants to blow off steam
blow off steam
(deyim) Lit. [for something] to release steam: The locomotive let off some steam after it came to a halt. With a great hiss, it let off steam and frightened the children
blow one's own trumpet
(deyim) Boast, brag, sing one's own praises, show off, swank, congratulate oneself; blow/toot one's own horn
blow out of proportion
(deyim) To overreact or overstate something; to treat something too seriously or worry too much about it

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow out of proportion
(deyim) Treat something as more serious than it really is
blow smoke
(deyim) Say things that are not true in order to make yourself or something you are involved with seem better than it is

The team put on an unbelievable performance. I'm not just blowing smoke - they were great.

blow someone's socks off
Amaze or impress someone
blow something out of proportion
(deyim) Treat something as more serious than it really is

Aren't you getting things rather out of proportion?.

blow something out of proportion
(deyim) To overreact or overstate something; to treat something too seriously or worry too much about it

I don't think we need to blow it out of proportion. There's a problem, and we should fix it.

blow the joint
(deyim) Leave an area quickly
blow this joint
(deyim) Leave an area quickly
blow up at
(deyim) Suddenly become angry and shout at someone
blow-by-blow
providing great detail; "a blow-by-blow account of the movie
blow-by-blow
providing great detail; "a blow-by-blow account of the movie"
blow-by-blow
A blow-by-blow account of an event describes every stage of it in great detail. She wanted a blow-by-blow account of what happened. a blow-by-blow account/description etc an account that includes all the details of an event exactly as they happened
blow-by-blow
{s} in great detail
blown
panting and out of breath
blown
Past participle of blow
a blow
{n} slap
blow job
slang term for fellatio
blow off steam
(deyim) Fig. to release one's pent-up emotions, such as anger, usually verbally: I'm sorry I yelled at you. I guess I needed to let off some steam. She's not that mad. She's just letting off steam
blow this joint
(deyim) Leave this building, quit this place

I'm sick of playing billiards. Let's blow this joint.

A blow
wallop
A blow
dunt
A blow
stroke
A blow
dub
a blow by blow account
account in great detail
blew
Blew is the past tense of blow. the past tense of blow
blew
of Blow
blew
simple past of
blow dry
dry hair using a blow-dryer
blow dryer
a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair; used for styling hair
blow in
(Slang used in Australia & New Zealand) unexpected visitor, person who just arrived (usually one who is unwelcome or not well-known)
blow in
begin to produce oil (refers to oil wells); (Slang) arrive unexpected or enter a place casually (e.g."She blew in from Montreal at midnight")
blow molding
A plastics-forming process that uses compressed air to shape the final product by expanding it to fit the mold
blow molding
The process of forming hollow articles by expanding a hot plastic element called a parison against the internal surfaces of a mold
blow molding
A method of fabrication in which a warm plastic hollow tube is placed between the two halves of a mold (cavity) and, by using air pressure, the hollow tube is forced to assume the shape of the cavity The air pressure is introduced through the inside of the hollow tube The air pressure forces the plastic against the surface of the mold that defines the shape of the container
blow molding
A method of fabrication in which a warm plastic parison (hollow tube) is placed between the two halves of a mold cavity and forced to assume the shape of that mold cavity by the use of air pressure Pressurized air is introduced into the inside of the parison through a blow pin thereby forcing the plastic parison against the surface of the mold that defines the shape of the product
blow molding
A widely used process for the production of hollow thermoplastic shapes The process is divided into two general categories: extrusion blow molding and injection blow molding These processes are typically used to manufacture plastic bottles and containers (Modern Plastics Encyclopedia 1995) Extrusion Blow Molding: A parison or tube of plastic material is dropped or lowered from an extruder Mold halves close around the parison, which is then expanded against the cavity wall by the injection of air (Modern Plastics Encyclopedia 1995)
blow off
{f} shed a duty responsibility (e.g.: "Tom blew off work for two days")
blow off steam
{f} relieve pressure, relieve stress; let out energy, use up excess energy
blow out
put out, as of fires, flames, or lights; "Too big to be extinguished at once, the forest fires at best could be contained"; "quench the flames"; "snuff out the candles"
blow out
erupt in an uncontrolled manner; "The oil well blew out
blow out
1. If you blow out a flame or a candle, you blow at it so that it stops burning. I blew out the candle. see also blowout
blow out
erupt in an uncontrolled manner; "The oil well blew out"
blow out
turn out, turn off, extinguish (e.g. a candle)
blow out
melt, break, or become otherwise unusable; "The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"
blow over
If something such as trouble or an argument blows over, it ends without any serious consequences. Wait, and it'll all blow over
blow over
be forgotten, end
blow over
disappear gradually; "The pain eventually passed off"
blow torch
torch that shoots out a hot flame
blow up
an enlargement, most frequently of a graphic image or photograph
blow up
get very angry and fly into a rage; "The professor combusted when the student didn't know the answer to a very elementary question"; "Spam makes me go ballistic"
blow up
fill with gas or air; "inflate a balloons"
blow up
If you blow up at someone, you lose your temper and shout at them. I'm sorry I blew up at you When Myra told Karp she'd expose his past, he blew up. = explode
blow up
make large; "blow up an image"
blow up
To become cardiovascularly exhausted in a match
blow up
  What happens when a ISSUE escalates from something no one knows about to something everyone knows about and threatens to bring down a minister or government   The beleaguered member hopes that the controversy blows over and is soon forgotten (Added December 2002)
blow up
an enlargement
blow up
If a photographic image is blown up, a large copy is made of it. The image is blown up on a large screen. two blown up photos of Paddy. see also blow-up
blow up
to swell or cause to enlarge, "Her faced puffed up from the drugs"
blow up
To become fatigued or exhausted The Ultimate Warrior was said to be one of a number of wrestlers who blows up on the entry ramp
blow up
make large; "blow up an image
blow up
If someone blows something up or if it blows up, it is destroyed by an explosion. He was jailed for 45 years for trying to blow up a plane Their boat blew up as they slept
blow up
If a wind or a storm blows up, the weather becomes very windy or stormy. A storm blew up over the mountains
blow up
If you blow up something such as a balloon or a tyre, you fill it with air. Other than blowing up a tyre I hadn't done any car maintenance
blow up
fill with air (e.g. a ballon); enlarge; exaggerate; lose one's temper; cause something to explode; explode
blow up
cause to explode; "We exploded the nuclear bomb"
blow up
v i to become fatigued or exhausted The Ultimate Warrior was said to be one of a number of wrestlers who blows up on the entry ramp
blow up
A photographic enlargement
blow up
exaggerate or make bigger; "The charges were inflated"
blow up
A sudden increase in fire intensity and rate of spread, sufficient to preclude fire control, or to upset existing suppression plans It is often accompanied by powerful convection
blow up
If someone blows an incident up or if it blows up, it is made to seem more serious or important than it really is. Newspapers blew up the story The media may be blowing it up out of proportion The scandal blew up into a major political furore
blow up
A photographic or lithographic term used to explain the enlargement of an original to another larger size
blow up
add details to
blow
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