- vt. & vi. 吹; 吹气; 刮风 be moving
- vt. & vi. (使)吹响,吹奏 (cause to) sound by blowing
- vt. & vi. (使)爆炸 (cause to) explode or be destroyed by exploding
- [C]一击,打击 a hard stroke with the open or closed hand or with a weapon; a bad effect on one's confidence, hopes, likelihood of success
a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon;
"a blow on the head"
an impact (as from a collision);
"the bump threw him off the bicycle"
an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
an unpleasant or disappointing surprise;
"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"
a strong current of air;
"the tree was bent almost double by the gust"
street names for cocaine
forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth;
"he gave his nose a loud blow"
"he blew out all the candles with a single puff"
"blow on the soup to cool it down"
be blowing or storming;
"The wind blew from the West"
free of obstruction by blowing air through;
"blow one's nose"
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"
make a sound as if blown;
"The whistle blew"
shape by blowing;
"Blow a glass vase"
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"
spend thoughtlessly; throw away;
"He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"
"You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"
spend lavishly or wastefully on;
"He blew a lot of money on his new home theater"
sound by having air expelled through a tube;
"The trumpets blew"
play or sound a wind instrument;
"She blew the horn"
provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation
cause air to go in, on, or through;
"Blow my hair dry"
cause to move by means of an air current;
"The wind blew the leaves around in the yard"
spout moist air from the blowhole;
"The whales blew"
leave; informal or rude;
"The children shoved along"
"certain insects are said to blow"
cause to be revealed and jeopardized;
"The story blew their cover"
"The double agent was blown by the other side"
allow to regain its breath;
"blow a horse"
melt, break, or become otherwise unusable;
"The lightbulbs blew out"
"The fuse blew"
"The tire blew"
"We blew a tire"
- The death of their daughter was a cruel blow.
- I was dazed by the blow on my head.
- Bill knocked him down with one blow.
- Now, Peter, make a wish and blow out the candles.
- It's blowing hard tonight.
- It is bad manners to blow your nose at table.
- A short circuit will blow the fuse.
- If you put on the iron, the fuse will blow out .
- I really blew the chances with Marilyn when I told her she looked fat in the dress she was wearing.
- The fan was blowing.
- It is blowing hard.
- It began to blow quite hard, just before midnight.
- Once in the night I woke and heard the wind blowing.
- The wind blew and she shivered.
- The wind was blowing gently.
- The wind blew warm and the air felt like spring.
- The wind was blowing northerly.
- The curtains blew in the wind.
- Her hair blew in the wind.
- When it blows or rains, the mother bird covers the young with her wings.
- Stop work when the whistle blows.
- We heard the bugles blowing.
- He took out his flute, and blew at it.
- The old man was puffing and blowing when got to the top of the hill.
- The horse blew heavily.
- The balloon has blown.
- The fuse has blown.
- Let's blow before they catch us.
- The door blew open.
- The wind was beginning to blow clear.
- The East wind blows strong and news of victory keeps pouring in.
- The wind blew her hair.
- The wind blew a gale.
- She blew the fire.
- The boy was blowing bubbles.
- The guard blew his whistle, and waved his bright green flag.
- The huntsman blew his horn loudly.
- He lit one of the cigarettes, and blew a cloud of smoke.
- He blew his fingers to make them warm.
- The explosion blew the bridge to smithereens.
- He is always blowing his own trumpet.
- He blew a thousand dollars last night.
- The butcher has forgotten to send the sausages, blow him!
- Blow it!I've missed the train.
- My watch has stopped, blow it!
- Blow it!I've sealed up the envelope and forgotten to put the letter in.
- Blow it!I've come out without any money.
- I'll be blowed if I do it.
- Well,I'm blowed!Here are George and Vera.
- The wind blew us delightful odors from the pine forests.
- She blew him a kiss.
- It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good.
- And I never got anywhere because you blew me so full of hot air I could never stand taking orders from anybody!Whose fault is it?
- Come on out, let the breeze blow your hair dry.
- The door was blown open.
- Go for a blow.
- Blows rained down upon him.
- The blow stunned me.
- He struck the man a blow that sent him to the floor.
- The criminal screamed at every blow.
- She raised her hand to ward off a blow.
- He was staggered by the blow.
- I aimed a violent blow.
- His eye swelled painfully after the blow.
- He managed to duck the blow.
- He dealt me a sudden blow.
- He accompanied his angry words with blows.
- They gave a blow for blow.
- He gave his opponent a violent blow on the cheek.
- He inflicted a heavy blow on the back of her head.
- He dealt me a sudden blow on the chin.
- He gave him a violent blow on the head.
- He met her by a gentle blow on the shoulder.
- I gave him a blow upon the middle finger of the left hand.
- He gave a strong blow to his wife.
- He gave a blow with the fist.
- They put up with insult and blows.
- Their prestige has been dealt a heavy blow.
- He braced himself to meet the blow.
- For some reason he did not turn up.This was a great blow.
- He has received an unexpected blow.
- This was a sudden and unexpected blow.
- The economic crisis of 1929 dealt Brazil a heavy blow.1929
- His death is a national blow.
- The army struck a swift blow at the enemy.
- The failure of the bank proved a serious blow to the depositors.
- We dealt a deadly blow to the enemy.
- His mother's death was a great blow to him.
- The death of his son is the death blow to him.
- His death was a terrible blow to us.
- It was a sad blow to me.
- The first blow is half the battle.
- blow about1( v.+adv. )
使吹走,被吹散 be moved or carried by the wind or other air current
The dust was blowing about.
灰尘吹得到处飞扬。blow sth ⇔ about
The hurricane is blowing broken glass about in the city streets.
It seemed to be getting windy; the leaves were being blown about.
- blow about2( v.+prep. )
吹走,吹散 be moved or carried by the wind or other air current
blow sth about sth
The electric fan blew hot air about our heads.
- blow around( v.+adv. )
讨论,议论 talk about (an idea, etc.) with other people
blow sth ⇔ around
Let's blow Jim's suggestion around and see if we all agree with it.
- blow away( v.+adv. )
(使)吹掉 be moved or carried away by air or wind; cause to go away with the force of wind
The kite blew away.
The smoke blew away.
Quick, catch my hat before it blows away.
快,抓住我的帽子,别让它被风吹走!blow sth ⇔ away
He blew away the cigar smoke.
A gust of wind blew all the dust away.
The wind blew away the clothes hanging on the line.
The wind was so strong that people were nearly blown away as they waited for buses.
The wind blew so hard that my umbrella was almost blown away.
The papers on my desk were blown away by the wind.
- blow back( v.+adv. )
漏气 blow in the wrong direction
- blow down( v.+adv. )
真没想到 never expect; be unexpected
- blow in( v.+adv. )
花光(钱),滥花(钱) spend or lose money
The fresh air blew in from the open door.
Suddenly a cold breeze blew in and right away he felt better.
A little breeze is blowing in from the window.
Say, look who's just blown in!
The door opened and Tom blew in.
The house was already full of guests when Bill blew in.
Jim just blew in; we weren't expecting him till Tuesday.
Blow in any time you like; we shall always be pleased to see you.
What time did Mark blow in last night?
I was just passing, so I thought I'd blow in for a few minutes.
我正好路过那儿,我想我应该进去看看。blow sth ⇔ in
She blew in her salary yesterday.
- blow into( v.+prep. )
(使)吹进 enter (a place) with or as with the force of wind
blow into sth
The dust has blown into the house.
I opened the window and a pile of leaves blew into the house.
The whistle makes a sound because you blow into it.
因为你向里面吹气,所以哨子发出声音。blow sth into sth
The wind blew the snow into deep drifts.
The force of the explosion blew the car into the air.
When the door was opened the wind blew the leaves into the house.
The rock was blown into fragments with dynamite.
- blow off1( v.+adv. )
放气 let out
My hat blew off while I was crossing the bridge.
When the water boiled, the lid of the pan blew off.
水开后,锅盖被顶了起来。blow sb/sth ⇔ off
You'll have to stay here until the blizzard blows itself off.
The wind has blown my hat off.
A gust of wind blew off all the dead leaves on the tree.
He didn't know how to blow off his superfluous energy.
His straw hat was blown off.
In the lightning I saw that the roof of the hut had been blown off.
闪电的时候,我看见棚屋的屋顶被掀掉了。blow sth ⇔ off
They blew the door off with a small charge of high explosive.
His one leg was blown off by a bomb in the war.
The ship's bow was blown off by a torpedo.
Poison gas blew off and endangered the lives of hundreds of persons.
毒气喷出来,危及几百人的生命。blow sth ⇔ off
The surplus steam was blown off through the pipes.
- blow off2( v.+prep. )
吹走,吹掉 be moved or carried by the wind or other air current send out air from the mouth
blow sb/sth off sth
The force of the wind nearly blew me off my feet.
The wind blew the papers off my desk.
Blow the dust off that book, please.
Don't blow the dust off the table, use a cloth.
When the newspaper picked up part of the story, it blew the lid off the whole conspiracy.
- blow on〔upon〕( v.+prep. )
告发 let the secret become known
- blow out( v.+adv. )
烧断 stop working
blow sth ⇔ out
The chimney blew out a cloud of black smoke.
The wind blew the seeds out of the plant.
风把这植物的种子吹落了。blow sth ⇔ out
We shall have to blow the pipe out, it seems to be blocked.
Every time he tried to light the candle, it blew out.
Someone opened the door and the lamp blew out.
有人打开门,灯就灭了。blow sth ⇔ out
The wind blew out the candle.
The wind blew the match out.
He blew the oil lamp out.
The storm blew out after three days.
风暴刮了三天之后停息下来。blow sth ⇔ out
It won't be long before the storm blows itself out.
The gale has blown itself out.
If a tire blows out while one is driving at high speed, it can be very dangerous.
Moving through an endless muddy puddle, the rear tire of my car blew out.
在没有尽头的泥坑中行驶时,我的汽车的后轮胎突然爆炸。blow sth ⇔ out
The bombs should blow them out.
A bomb blew out the front of a hotel in central Jerusalem early today.
今天早上一枚炸弹把耶路撒冷中部的一家旅馆正面炸毁了。blow sth ⇔ out
The boy blew out the paper bag.
The mischievous boy startled the company by blowing out a paper bag and bursting it.
When the paper bag was blown out to its full extent, it burst.
A steam cock blows out.
气管旋塞给气冲开了。blow sth ⇔ out
Heat the vessel and try to blow out the stopper.
The fuse blew out.
- blow over( v.+adv. )
被忘掉 forget sb/sth
- blow up( v.+adv. )
吹胀,打气 expand or to fill air into
A storm seems to be blowing up.
There was a storm blowing up while we were out at sea.
I shouldn't go sailing today if a storm's blowing up.
The wind was blowing up.
The gale had blown up again.
On our way to the peak, a fierce storm suddenly blew up.
A howling wind of force 7 blew up.
刮起了7级大风。blow sth ⇔ up
It looks as though it may blow up a gale tonight.
It may well blow up a storm tonight.
The volcano blew up, violently shaking the neighbouring villages and towns.
The dispute has blown up again.
Trouble is blowing up again in the Middle East.
Something is blowing up and I don't like it.
I expect this affair to blow up any minute now.
我预料这件事现在会随时爆发。blow sth ⇔ up
You'll have to blow up the fire to make it burn.
A chemical factory blew up in the North of England.
When the torpedo struck it, the ship immediately blew up.
The barrel of gunpowder blew up with a terrible noise.
The enemy ammunition dump blew up.
Several people were injured when an ammunition dump blew up yesterday.
昨天一个军火临时堆积所爆炸的时候,有好几个人受了伤。blow sth ⇔ up
The soldiers blew up the factory.
The guerrillas blew up the bridge.
The terrorists blew up the police station.
Did they have to blow all the buildings up?
To keep the enemy from crossing the river, the defenders blew up the bridge with dynamite.
Our house was blown up in an air raid.
The enemy pillbox was blown up with a bang.
The bridge was blown up by a villager after the guerrillas left for their camp in the woods.
The case blew up when they examined it more closely.
His scheme blew up in his face after all, despite his optimism.
尽管他乐观,他的计划一下子失败也使他丢脸。blow sth ⇔ up
The results of the latest investigation have blown up the case against him.
His reputation has been blown up completely.
Her father blew up when she arrived home late at night.
He blew up when I told him I couldn't do it.
I'm sorry I blew up at you.
“I was wrong to blow up like that.I must learn to keep a better check on my temper.”he said.
When he asked for the day off, the manager blew up.
That fellow finally blew up and fairly screamed with rage.
They objected to being blown up for the slightest fault.
他们反对因一点点过失就受到申斥。blow sb ⇔ up
I got home very late that night, and mother blew me up.
Your father will blow you up if you don't behave better.
You shouldn't have blown him up for so small a mistake.
The headmaster blew the boys up about the broken window.
Mother will blow you up when she finds her best dishes broken.
When we arrived a little late our boss blew us up.
You're sure to be blown up for coming late to work.
They were blown up for such a mistake.
他们因这样一个错误受到责备。blow sth ⇔ up
Don't blow the balloon up any further!It'll burst!
Could you lend me a pump to blow up my bicycle tyres?
- at〔with〕 one〔a〕 blow
一下子,一举 with only one stroke or effort
- come to blows
动手互殴 start fighting
- get a blow in
击中,在辩论中击中要害 succeed in hitting; make a point in an argument
- strike a blow
为…而战,拥护或反对 do sth important for or against sth especially in some sort of struggle
- without striking a blow
毫不费力 without having to fight
- blow a cool air 吹起一股凉气
- blow a fuse 烧断保险丝,〈俚〉勃然大怒
- blow a kiss 送去一个飞吻
- blow glass 吹制玻璃器皿
- blow great guns 刮大风,(风)刮的猛
- blow musical instruments 吹响乐器
- blow one's lid 〈俚〉勃然大怒
- blow one's lines 忘记台词
- blow one's nose 擤鼻子
- blow one's own trumpet 自吹自擂
- blow one's stack 大发雷霆
- blow one's top 〈俚〉发脾气,大动肝火
- blow the boat ashore 把小船吹向岸边
- blow the coals 煽动,教唆
- blow the expense 挥霍,瞎花钱
- blow the gaff 〈英俚〉揭露事实真相
- blow the whistle 〈美俚〉告发,揭发,(使)停下来
- blow hard 强劲地刮
- blow high 向高处吹
- blow low 向低处吹
- blow adversely 逆风吹
- blow aggressively 过分地刮过
- blow badly 直喘气
- blow ceaselessly 不停地刮
- blow gently 轻轻地吹
- blow gustily 猛刮
- blow heavily 猛烈地刮
- blow incessantly 不断地刮
- blow irresistibly 无法阻挡地刮
- blow keenly 寒风刺骨地刮
- blow languorously 无力地刮
- blow lethally 拼命地刮
- blow northerly 吹自北方地
- blow placidly 平静地刮
- blow shrewdly 凛冽地刮着风
- blow softly 轻轻地吹
- blow southerly 吹自南方地
- blow spasmodically (风)阵阵地刮
- blow tempestuously 暴风雨般地吹
- blow viciously 猛烈地刮
- blow violently 猛烈地刮
- blow widely 到处传播
- blow about 吹散,传播
- blow away 吹走
- blow one's papers away 把某人的文件吹跑
- blow down 吹倒,刮倒
- blow down trees 吹倒树木
- blow in (风)吹进来,非正式访问
- blow in the dust (风)把灰尘吹进来
- blow off 炸掉,吹掉
- blow off one's hat 吹掉帽子
- blow round 吹过
- blow the dust off 把灰尘吹掉
- blow the chimney pot down 把烟囱吹倒
- blow the leaves in 把树叶吹进来
- blow the whistle on 告发
- blow out 吹出,吹灭,(使)爆裂
- blow out one's brain 以枪打死人
- blow out the candle 吹灭蜡烛
- blow over (风暴)过去,(忧虑)消失
- blow sb over 把某人吹倒
- blow up (风)开始刮,产生,出现,(使)充气,(使)爆裂,放大(照片),发怒,失败
- blow up the enemy bridge 炸毁敌人的桥梁
- blow about 吹散,传播
- blow against one's face 迎面吹来
- blow at a candle 对准蜡烛吹
- blow for 为…斗争
- blow from 从…刮风
- blow in gusts (风)一阵一阵地吹
- blow in the wind (旗)迎风飘扬
- blow into sb's ear 往某人耳里吹风,附耳而言
- blow off 刮走,吹掉
- blow on〔upon〕 对…吹气
- blow on one's face 吹到脸上
- blow on the mirror 在镜子上哈气
- blow over 吹过去
- blow through 吹过…
- administer blow 实施攻击
- aim blow 对准打
- break blow 粉碎性打击
- breast blow 对着胸部猛打
- deal blow 狠狠打
- deliver blow 打击
- dodge blow 躲开攻击
- encounter blow 遇到打击
- evade blow 逃避打击
- exchange blow 殴斗,打架
- execute blow 实施攻击
- experience blow 经受打击
- fetch blow 挨打
- give blow 打
- impart blow 一击
- inflict blow 实施毁灭性打击
- interchange blows 轮流打架
- parry blow 忍受打击
- receive blow 受到打击
- return blow 回击
- shower blow 雨点般地打击
- strike blow 打击
- suffer blow 受到打击
- survive blow 幸免挨打
- thrust blow 强行攻击
- trade blow 互相打起来
- ward off blow 躲开打击
- accusative blow 谴责性的攻击
- aggressive blow 挑衅性的攻击
- amorous blow 情感方面的攻击
- annihilating blow 消灭性的攻击
- bitter blow 极大的攻击
- breathless blow 悄悄的攻击
- critical blow 决定性的打击
- cruel blow 残酷的打击
- crushing blow 决定性的打击
- decisive blow 决定性的打击
- deplorable blow 可悲的打击
- descending blow 袭击
- dexterous blow 敏捷的攻击
- doughty blow 勇猛的攻击
- drunken blow 摇摇晃晃的攻击
- dull blow 迟钝的打击
- echoless blow 无声的打击
- every blow 每挨一打
- faithless blow 无信誉的打击
- fatal blow 致命的打击
- final blow 第一次动手
- finishing blow 最后的打击
- first blow 第一次打击
- frightful blow 可怕的打击
- great blow 沉重的打击
- hammer-like blow 像锤子一样的打击
- hard-dealt blow 狠狠的打击
- head-on blow 迎头痛击
- heartless blow 无情的打击
- heavy blow 重击
- hollow blow 虚张声势的打击
- impending blow 即将发生的打击
- implacable blow 难以平息的打击
- ineffective blow 无效的打击
- ineradicable blow 不可避免的打击
- irreparable blow 无可挽救的打击
- irresistible blow 无法抗拒的打击
- knockout blow 打倒对手的打击
- lethal blow 致命的打击
- menaced blow 威胁性的打击
- mortal blow 致命的打击
- nasty blow 恶意的攻击
- national blow 对国家的打击
- painful blow 痛打
- percussive blow 令人震惊的打击
- perennial blow 长期的打击
- powerful blow 有力的打击
- repeated blow 连续的打击
- resounding blow 发出响声的打击
- sacrilegious blow 亵渎的打击
- sad blow 沉痛的打击
- serious blow 沉重的打击
- severe blow 严重的打击
- sharpest blow 猛的一击
- sledge hammer blow 重大的打击
- solid blow 严肃的打击
- staggering blow 摇摇晃晃的打击
- strong blow 用力一击
- sudden blow 突然一击
- swashing blow 虚张声势的打击
- swift blow 快速攻击
- terrible blow 可怕的打击
- threatened blow 恐吓性的打击
- unexpected blow 意外的打击
- viciousblow 恶毒的打击
- violent blow 猛击
- well-directed blow 方向明确的攻击
- death blow 致命打击
Catching him a light blow..with the back of her hand.出自： D. H. Lawrence
It was too late to check the blow and the axe blade struck the tree.出自： R. Dahl
A most poor man, made tame to fortune's blows.出自：King Lear , Shakespeare
Heark how it rains and blows.出自： I. Walton
It blew a gale.出自：Oxford English Dictionary
The wind blew fierce and strong.出自： J. Steinbeck
- blow作及物动词时,一般接名词或代词作宾语,也可接同源宾语。作“带来”解时可接双宾语; 作“灌输”解时,可接复合宾语; 指自然界的风云变化时,可接形容词或名词充当表语; 以door之类的名词作主语时,除可接形容词作表语外,还可接过去分词作表语。
- blow后有时可接形容词open或hot and cold等,这是固定用法,此时blow可视为半系动词。
- blow for somebody意思为“对某人来说是一个打击”，而Strike a blow for 意为“为...而奋斗”，如Strike a blow for freedom（为自由而奋斗）。但是为了避免歧义，用的不频繁；
- blow up, burst, explode
- blow up指人炸毁汽车、楼房等物体; explode指炸弹、锅炉、油箱等爆炸; 而burst指气球、轮胎等爆炸。例如:
- The car blew up.轿车被炸毁了。
- When the boiler exploded many people were injured.因锅炉爆炸,许多人受了伤。
- The tyre burst.轮胎爆炸了。
- blow out, put out
- 这两个短语的意思不同, blow out的意思是“吹灭”; put out的意思是“熄灭”。例如:
- You may put out a candle by blowing it out.你可以通过用嘴吹的方式把蜡烛熄灭。
- His cap was blown into the brook.
- His cap blows into the brook.
- The wind blows east. 刮东风。
- The wind blows to the east. 刮西风。
- blow on, blow to
- blow, knock, stroke
- 1.这组词都有“打击”“捶打”的意思, blow, stroke, knock均可指用工具、器械对另一物体的击打。例如:
- Children's furniture must withstand kicks and blows.孩子们用的家具必须经得起踢打。
- He drove in a nail with one stroke of the hammer.他一锤子就把钉子敲进去了。
- Did you hear a knock at the door?你听到有人敲了一下门吗?
- 2.blow和knock还可指用手击打,表示击打某人时, blow尤指用拳头打, knock也可指用拳头和指关节敲打。例如:
- The big boy aimed a blow at me.那个大个男孩朝我打来一拳。
- There came the 3 p.m. knock on the door.下午3点钟来客的敲门声响了。
- 3.blow的对象可以是物,也可以是身体某部位,还可以是某人; stroke的对象可以是物,也可以是人; knock的对象则是门、地板等物。例如:
- He got a nasty blow on the head.他的头部受到重重的一击。
- She killed him with one stroke of her sword.她一剑刺死了他。
- He split the log with one stroke of the axe.他一斧头就把那圆木劈开了。
- If you are not up by eight I'll give you a knock.如果你到8点钟还不起床,我就敲门叫醒你。
- 4.stroke的工具或器械可以是硬质的东西,也可以是软质的东西; knock的工具或器械一般是硬质的东西。例如:
- The man was given several strokes of the whip.那人挨了几鞭子。
- The man knocked me down at one blow.
- The man knocked me down with one blow.
误 I blew him heavily.
正 I gave him a heavy blow.
正 I struck him heavily.
误 The sea breeze was blowing our faces.
正 The sea breeze was caressing〔brushing〕 our faces.
析 blow用作及物动词时,指“吹动”,因此不能说blow one's face。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的blawan，意为吹；最初源自原始印欧语的bhle，意为鼓涨。