blow-off

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to pass gas; to break wind
To shoot something with a gun, causing it to come disconnected

Her leg was blown off by a landmine.

to shirk or disregard (a duty or person)

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

To vent, usually, to reduce pressure in a container

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

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.

blowoff
The explosive separation of part of a rocket etc in order to prevent its destruction and allow for retrieval
blowoff
Something that is blown off
blow off
come off due to an explosion or other strong force
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) 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 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 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 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 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) 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) 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 someone's socks off
Amaze or impress someone
blow something off
(deyim) Ignore or fail to attend something
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
blowoff
A blowing off steam, water, etc
blowoff
An outburst of temper or excitement
blowoff
as, a blow-off cock or pipe
blow-off
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