French translation of blew
past tense of verb
- of blow
Example Sentences Including 'blew'
Finally, she came to the end of her tears and blew her nose in a tissue.AFTERMATH (2001)
She felt Adam behind her and hugged her arms about herself as a cold wind blew into the house.LOST SUMMER (2002)
They both settled down in their beds and Alpiew blew out the candle.THE RIVAL QUEENS: A Countess Ashby de la Zouche Mystery (2002)
Trends of 'blew'
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- (physical, emotional)
coup mto come to blows
en venir aux mainsto strike a blow for sth
rompre une lance pour qchto be a blow to sth
être un coup pour qchto soften the blow or to cushion the blow
amortir le choc
- [wind, gale]
- (= move through the air)
⇒ Rain blew into his face.
La pluie lui battait le visage.
⇒ Sand blew in our eyes.
Le vent nous soufflait du sable dans les yeux.
sautera fuse has blown
un fusible a sauté
- [trumpet, horn]
soufflerto blow one's own trumpet or to blow one's own horn
chanter ses propres louangesto blow a whistle
to blow one's nose
- [wind] [sand, smoke, rain]
- (informal, = destroy) [chance]
gâcheryou've blown it!
tu as tout gaché!
to blow sth to bits (with explosives)
réduire qch en miettes
- (informal) [money]
Example Sentences Including 'blow'
They going round with the blow , little white piles of it on silver platters with spoons.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
He cringed against the wooden boards, waiting for the blow that never came.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
I reckons as there'll soon be a storm fit to blow the devil's head off.THE RIVAL QUEENS: A Countess Ashby de la Zouche Mystery (2002)
Translation of blew from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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