简明英汉词典

blow over
v.
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美国传统词典[双解]

blow
blow 1
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
v.(动词)
blew[bl?] blown[bl?n] blow.ingblows
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To be in a state of motion. Used of the air or of wind.
吹刮,吹动:处于移动的状态。空气或风的移动

(2)

To move along or be carried by or as if by the wind:
随风飘动,被风吹落:
Her hat blew away.
她的帽子被吹落了

(3)

To expel a current of air, as from the mouth or from a bellows.
吹气,鼓风:从嘴或风箱中往外送气

(4)

To produce a sound by expelling a current of air, as in sounding a wind instrument or a whistle.
叫,鸣叫:放出空气发出声音,例如风箱声或口哨

(5)

To breathe hard; pant.
喘气,喘息:用力呼吸,气喘吁吁

(6)

To storm:
起风暴:
It blew all night.
一整夜都在刮大风

(7)

To melt or otherwise become disabled. Used of a fuse.
烧断:熔断而无法使用(保险丝)

(8)

To burst suddenly:
爆裂:突然爆炸:
The tire blew.
轮胎突然爆胎

(9)

To spout moist air from the blowhole. Used of a whale.
喷水:鲸鱼通过鼻子喷射出满是水的空气

(10)

Informal To boast.
【非正式用语】 吹牛,自夸自擂

(11)

Slang To go away; depart.
【俚语】 走掉,离开
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause to move by means of a current of air.
吹:推动空气或在气流中飘动

(2)

To expel (air) from the mouth.
用口吹气

(3)

To cause air to be expelled suddenly from:
使爆炸:使气体突然排出:
blew a tire.
轮胎爆了

(4)

To drive a current of air on, in, or through:
吹风,风干:使空气流过上方进入,或通过:
blew my hair dry after I shampooed it.
我洗完头发后将它吹干

(5)

To clear out or make free of obstruction by forcing air through:
吹气,擤:借气流的通过而清除障碍:
constantly blowing his nose in allergy season.
在过敏的季节不断地擤他的鼻子

(6)

To shape or form (glass, for example) by forcing air or gas through at the end of a pipe.
吹制:通过管端注入空气制造或成型(如玻璃器皿)

(7)

Music
【音乐】

(8)

To cause (a wind instrument) to sound.
奏出:使管乐器发声

(9)

To sound:
吹奏:
a bugle blowing taps.
使管乐器军号发出嘟嘟声

(10)

To cause to be out of breath.
使气喘:使上气不接下气

(11)

To allow (a winded horse) to regain its breath.
喘气:让(如马)停下来歇气

(12)

To demolish by the force of an explosion:
炸毁:通过爆炸的力量造成破坏:
An artillery shell blew our headquarters apart.
炮火炸飞了我们的指挥部

(13)

To lay or deposit eggs in. Used of certain insects.
昆虫产卵:使某些昆虫产卵

(14)

To melt or otherwise disable (a fuse).
(保险丝)熔断或作废

(15)

Slang
【俚语】

(16)

To spend (money) freely and rashly.See Synonyms at waste
乱花(钱),挥霍参见 waste

(17)

To spend money freely on; treat:
高额花费;款待:
blew me to a sumptuous dinner.
请我吃了一顿豪华的晚餐

(18)

Vulgar Slang To perform fellatio on.
【粗俗用语】 【俚语】 口交

(19)

Slang To spoil or lose through ineptitude.See Synonyms at botch
【俚语】 因无能而坏事或受损参见 botch

(20)

To cause (a covert intelligence operation or operative) to be revealed and thereby jeopardized:
泄密而陷入危险:暴露秘密侦察行动或侦察员使陷于险境:
a story in the press that blew their cover; an agent who was blown by the opposition.
使他们原形毕露的新闻报导;被对方识破的间谍

(21)

Slang To depart (a place) in a great hurry:
【俚语】 匆忙离开(一个地方):
Let's blow this city no later than noon.
让我们最迟中午之前离开这座城市吧
n.(名词)

(1)

The act or an instance of blowing.
吹:吹的行为或事例

(2)

A blast of air or wind.
风,一阵风

(3)

A storm.
风暴

(4)

Informal An act of bragging.
【非正式用语】 自吹自擂,自夸

(5)

Slang Cocaine.
【俚语】 可卡因

常用词组

blow away 【俚语】

(1)

To kill by shooting, especially with a firearm.
用火枪射杀

(2)

To affect intensely; overwhelm:
强烈影响,征服:
That concert blew me away.
音乐会震撼了我

blow in 【俚语】
To arrive, especially when unexpected.
不期而至,突然造访

blow off
To relieve or release (pressure); let off.
减轻,释放(压力);放走

blow out

(1)

To extinguish or be extinguished by a gust of air:
吹灭或被一阵风吹灭:
blow out a candle.
吹灭蜡烛

(2)

To fail, as an electrical apparatus.
电器断电

(3)

To erupt in an uncontrolled manner. Used of a gas or oil well.
爆发:油或气以势不可挡之势爆发

blow over
To subside, wane, or pass over with little lasting effect:
(风雨)平息、衰退或轻拂:
The storm blew over quickly. The scandal will soon blow over.
风暴迅速减退。丑闻将很快销声匿迹

blow up

(1)

To come into being:
形成:
A storm blew up.
风暴骤起

(2)

To fill with air; inflate:
充气,膨胀:
blow up a tire.
给轮胎充气

(3)

To enlarge (a photographic image or print).
(照片或印刷品)放大,扩大

(4)

To explode:
爆炸:
bombs blowing up.
爆炸的炸弹

(5)

To lose one's temper.
发脾气,失去耐性

习惯用语

blow a gasket【俚语】
To explode with anger.
勃然大怒

blow hot and cold
To change one's opinion often on a matter; vacillate.
反复无常,出尔反尔:经常改变对某事的意见;动摇

blow off steam
To give vent to pent-up emotion.
释放被压抑的情感

blow (one's) cool【俚语】
To lose one's composure.
失去冷静

blow (one's) mind【俚语】
To affect with intense emotion, such as amazement, excitement, or shock.
惊奇,兴奋:惊奇、兴奋、惊吓引起的情绪强烈波动

blow (one's) top或

blow (one's) stack 【非正式用语】
Informal To lose one's temper.
【非正式用语】 发脾气

语源

(1)

Middle English blowen
中古英语 blowen

(2)

from Old English bl3n * see bhl?-
源自 古英语 bl3n *参见 bhl?-

基本词义

blow
blow 2
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
n.(名词)

(1)

A sudden hard stroke or hit, as with the fist or an object.
打,殴打:用拳头或物体突然猛烈的一击

(2)

An unexpected shock or calamity.
突然的打击或灾祸

(3)

An unexpected attack; an assault.
突然的进攻;袭击

语源
Middle English blaw
中古英语 blaw

基本词义

blow
blow 3
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
n.(名词)

(1)

A mass of blossoms:
花,花丛:
peach blow.
桃花

(2)

The state of blossoming.
花盛开:花盛开的状态
v.intr.tr.(不及物动词和及物动词)
blew[bl?] blown[bl?n] blow.ingblows
To bloom or cause to bloom.
开花或使花盛开

语源

(1)

From Middle English blowen [to bloom]
源自 中古英语 blowen [开花]

(2)

from Old English bl?n * see bhel- 3
源自 古英语 bl?n *参见 bhel- 3

美国传统词典

blow
blow 1
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
v.
blew[bl?] blown[bl?n] blow.ing, blows
v.intr.

(1)

To be in a state of motion. Used of the air or of wind.

(2)

To move along or be carried by or as if by the wind:
Her hat blew away.

(3)

To expel a current of air, as from the mouth or from a bellows.

(4)

To produce a sound by expelling a current of air, as in sounding a wind instrument or a whistle.

(5)

To breathe hard; pant.

(6)

To storm:
It blew all night.

(7)

To melt or otherwise become disabled. Used of a fuse.

(8)

To burst suddenly:
The tire blew.

(9)

To spout moist air from the blowhole. Used of a whale.

(10)

Informal To boast.

(11)

Slang To go away; depart.
v.tr.

(1)

To cause to move by means of a current of air.

(2)

To expel (air) from the mouth.

(3)

To cause air to be expelled suddenly from:
blew a tire.

(4)

To drive a current of air on, in, or through:
blew my hair dry after I shampooed it.

(5)

To clear out or make free of obstruction by forcing air through:
constantly blowing his nose in allergy season.

(6)

To shape or form (glass, for example) by forcing air or gas through at the end of a pipe.

(7)

Music

(8)

To cause (a wind instrument) to sound.

(9)

To sound:
a bugle blowing taps.

(10)

To cause to be out of breath.

(11)

To allow (a winded horse) to regain its breath.

(12)

To demolish by the force of an explosion:
An artillery shell blew our headquarters apart.

(13)

To lay or deposit eggs in. Used of certain insects.

(14)

To melt or otherwise disable (a fuse).

(15)

Slang

(16)

To spend (money) freely and rashly.See Synonyms at waste

(17)

To spend money freely on; treat:
blew me to a sumptuous dinner.

(18)

Vulgar Slang To perform fellatio on.

(19)

Slang To spoil or lose through ineptitude.See Synonyms at botch

(20)

To cause (a covert intelligence operation or operative) to be revealed and thereby jeopardized:
a story in the press that blew their cover; an agent who was blown by the opposition.

(21)

Slang To depart (a place) in a great hurry:
Let's blow this city no later than noon.
n.

(1)

The act or an instance of blowing.

(2)

A blast of air or wind.

(3)

A storm.

(4)

Informal An act of bragging.

(5)

Slang Cocaine.

常用词组

blow away Slang

(1)

To kill by shooting, especially with a firearm.

(2)

To affect intensely; overwhelm:
That concert blew me away.

blow in Slang
To arrive, especially when unexpected.

blow off
To relieve or release (pressure); let off.

blow out

(1)

To extinguish or be extinguished by a gust of air:
blow out a candle.

(2)

To fail, as an electrical apparatus.

(3)

To erupt in an uncontrolled manner. Used of a gas or oil well.

blow over
To subside, wane, or pass over with little lasting effect:
The storm blew over quickly. The scandal will soon blow over.

blow up

(1)

To come into being:
A storm blew up.

(2)

To fill with air; inflate:
blow up a tire.

(3)

To enlarge (a photographic image or print).

(4)

To explode:
bombs blowing up.

(5)

To lose one's temper.

习惯用语

blow a gasketSlang
To explode with anger.

blow hot and cold
To change one's opinion often on a matter; vacillate.

blow off steam
To give vent to pent-up emotion.

blow (one's) coolSlang
To lose one's composure.

blow (one's) mindSlang
To affect with intense emotion, such as amazement, excitement, or shock.

blow (one's) topor

blow (one's) stack Informal
Informal To lose one's temper.

语源

(1)

Middle English blowen

(2)

from Old English bl3n * see bhl?-

基本词义

blow
blow 2
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
n.

(1)

A sudden hard stroke or hit, as with the fist or an object.

(2)

An unexpected shock or calamity.

(3)

An unexpected attack; an assault.

语源
Middle English blaw

基本词义

blow
blow 3
AHD:[bl?]
D.J.[blou]
K.K.[blo]
n.

(1)

A mass of blossoms:
peach blow.

(2)

The state of blossoming.
v.intr.tr.
blew[bl?] blown[bl?n] blow.ing, blows
To bloom or cause to bloom.

语源

(1)

From Middle English blowen [to bloom]

(2)

from Old English bl?n * see bhel- 3

英汉船舶大词典

blow over
n.吹散,环吹,平息

英汉地质大词典

blow over
n.吹积

英汉航海大词典

blow over
vt.吹过,过去

英汉环境大词典

blow over
n.吹积

英汉化学大词典

blow over
vt.平息,停止,被忘掉

英汉海运大词典

blow over
吹散,环吹,(风暴等)平息

英汉冶金大词典

blow over
n.吹出

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