blow out

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Fiili Deyim ) üfleyip söndürmek , patlamak
(lastik) patlamak
üfleyip söndürmek (mum)
dinmek (fırtına)
üfleyerek söndür
havaya uçmak
sönmek
üflemek
patlamak (lastik)
atmak (sigorta)
püskürmek
patlama
eğlence
cümbüş
kudurma
öfkelenme
alem
hava kaçırma
blow out of
out of darbe
blow out of proportion
oran darbe çıkışı
blow out of proportion
abartmak
blow 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 out of proportion
büyütmek (durumu vb)
blow out of proportion
abartmak (durumu vb)
blow-out
alem
blow-out
patlama
blowout
(Otomotiv) gümleme
blowout
delik
blowout
alem
blowout
patlama
blowout
cümbüş
blowout
patlak
blowout
lastikteki patlak
blowout
lastik patlaması
blowout
âlem
blow someone out
darbe kimse dışarı
blow someone out
Buluşulacak birini ekmek
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 things out of proportion
(deyim) Olayları abartmak
blow-out
kudurma
blow-out
hava kaçırma
have a blow out
Bir darbe çıkışı var
let air out of the lungs, blow out
dışarı akciğerler, darbe dışarı hava izin
blow brains out
(Fiili Deyim ) silahla beynine sıkıp beynini patlatmak
blow one's brains out
{k} başına kurşun sıkarak intihar etmek
blow one's brains out
{k} başına kurşun sıkmak
blow-out
kaçak
blow-out preventer
kaçak önleyici
blowout
patlama eğlenti
blowout
{i} k.dili. büyük parti; şatafatlı davet
blowout
lastik patlağı
blowout
alem/patlama/patlak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
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.

To deflate quickly on being punctured

The tire blew out on a corner.

To extinguish something, especially a flame

He blew out the match.

melt, break, or become otherwise unusable; "The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"
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
turn out, turn off, extinguish (e.g. a candle)
erupt in an uncontrolled manner; "The oil well blew 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"
erupt in an uncontrolled manner; "The oil well blew out
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 out of proportion
(deyim) Treat something as more serious than it really is
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 one's brains
shatter one's skull by shooting a bullet into it
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.

blowout
a sudden puncturing of a pneumatic tyre / tire
blowout
A sporting contest that is decidedly one-sided and whose outcome is no longer in doubt. Often occurs when one team is superior to the other

The game between the two teams was nothing but a blowout.

to blow out
{v} whiff
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 one's brains out
shatter one's skull by shooting a bullet into it
blowout
A patch of land in the Great Plains states of North America where dry soil is blown away by wind leaving heavier rock and possibly artifacts on the surface
blowout
A blowout in an amount or a price is a sudden increase in it. a blowout in surgery costs
blowout
a gay festivity
blowout
A hot issue--shares of a new securities offering that are sold very quickly Investors usually do not obtain all the shares they want During a blowout, a corporation is most likely to obtain a higher price for their securities
blowout
A hollow or depression of the land surface, which is generally saucer or trough-shaped, formed by wind erosion especially in an area of shifting sand, loose soil, or where vegetation is disturbed or destroyed See also miscellaneous area
blowout
a sudden malfunction of a part or apparatus; "the right front tire had a blowout"; "as a result of the blowout we lost all the lights
blowout
{i} explosion; investigation, inquiry; banquet, party (Slang)
blowout
a social function, especially one with large quantities of food
blowout
A sudden, uncontrolled flow of drilling fluid, oil, gas, or water from a wellbore when the formation pressure in a permeable formation exceeds the pressure in the borehole A kick sometimes warns of low pressure in the borehole
blowout
A sudden escape of oil or gas from a well, caused by uncontrolled high pressure It usually occurs during drilling
blowout
An uncontrolled flow of pressurized wellbore fluids and/or formation fluids from the wellbore or into lower pressured subsurface zones (underground blowout) A blowout occurs when formation pressure is greater than the pressure applied to it by the column of fluids in the wellbore
blowout
Slang term referring to a party selling a large number of shares into the market without regard for the demand for shares or potential effect on the market price of the security
blowout
If you have a blowout while you are driving a car, one of the tyres suddenly bursts. A lorry travelling south had a blow-out and crashed. = puncture
blowout
A place in a sandy area where wind has blown out a bowl-shaped depression
blowout
Uncontrolled flow of of oil or gas from a well which occurs when formation pressure exceeds the pressure applied to it by the column of drilling fluid Every modern rig has a set of large control valves, known as blowout preventers, to stop the flow of oil, gas and other well fluids if problems occur during drilling
blowout
gas, oil or salt water escaping in an uncontrolled manner from a well
blowout
An uncontrolled flow of gas, oil or other fluids from a well
blowout
by a blast of steam
blowout
A depression on the land surface caused by wind erosion
blowout
Downing all the pins but one (tap)
blowout
A depression in the land surface caused by wind erosion
blowout
The quick sale of all shares in an IPO
blowout
Depressions formed by wind in sandy areas where the vegetation has been removed
blowout
An uncontrolled flow of gas, oil, or other fluids from a well to the atmosphere A well may blow out when formation pressure exceeds the pressure overburden of a column of drilling fluid
blowout
a sudden release of oil and gas from a well
blowout
The cleaning of the flues of a boiler from scale, etc
blowout
Knocking down all but one pin
blowout
occurs when the ratio of air to water around the propeller gets so high that the propeller is no longer grabbing water, but is trying to propel itself through air (or a relative vacuum) This causes the propeller to lose "bite", and then a chain of events occurs that can range from merely a "loose" steering feeling, to a vicious turn to the right (typically) The speed at which this occurs varies with boat design, gear case design, and propeller design
blowout
An American slang term used for whenever the diaper doesn't contain all the waste : o Ahhh, the true test of any diaper or cover How well does it contain those otherworldy gigantico poopie blowouts? Some do great, some do not so great, but in my experience almost ALL cloth diapers and covers contain blowouts better than disposable diapers
blowout
A blowout is a large meal, often a celebration with family or friends, at which people may eat too much. Once in a while we had a major blowout
blowout
an extreme and unexpected increase in costs, such as in government estimates for a project
blowout
a sudden malfunction of a part or apparatus; "the right front tire had a blowout"; "as a result of the blowout we lost all the lights"
blowout
an easy victory
blow out

    Турецкое произношение

    blō aut

    Произношение

    /ˈblō ˈout/ /ˈbloʊ ˈaʊt/

    Этимология

    [ 'blO ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English blAwan; akin to Old High German blAen to blow, Latin flare, Greek phallos penis.

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