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- Blow Out – English Phrasal Verb Definition with Examples
Blow Out – English Phrasal Verb Definition with Examples
How to Conjugate Blow Out
- Infinitive: Blow Out
- Present Tense: Blow Out/ Blows Out
- -ing Form: Blowing Out
- Past Tense: Blew Out
- Past Participle: Blown Out
Definitions of Blow Out:
1. To extinguish or make a flame stop burning.
Examples: It is a tradition to make a wish before blowing out the candles on your birthday cake.
Why are the candles still burning? Please blow them out.
2. When an electrical component stops working.
Examples: The lights were blown out when the thunder and lightening had started.
I didn’t know my tail lights blew out, so I got stopped by the police.
3. To defeat someone decisively.
Examples: The Miami Heat totally blew out the Chicago Bulls!
I hope the Seahawks blow out every team in the playoffs and Super Bowl this year.
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