Blow Off

How to Conjugate Blow Off

  • Infinitive: Blow Off
  • Present Tense: Blow Off/ Blows Off
  • -ing Form: Blowing Off
  • Past Tense: Blew Off
  • Past Participle: Blown Off
Blow Off is a separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Blow Off:

1. When the wind removes something from its place.

Examples: The strong wind blew her hat off.
The breeze from the window blew the papers off the desk.

2. To shoot or explode something.

Examples: Every Fourth of July someone blows their hand or fingers off because they hold the firecrackers to light them.
The police man told the criminal to raise his hands, or he’d get his head blown off.

3. To treat something or someone as unimportant.
[Noun] {Blow off} Refers to an excuse made to avoid doing something.

Examples: He invited her on a date, but she blew him off.
Why did you blow my question off like that in the meeting?
Susan told Darin that she had to work late, but Darin knew it was just a blow off.

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