French translation of 'blow off'
separable transitive verbblow
1. [hat] emporter
to blow sth off course [ship] faire dévier qch
to be blown off course [person] être dévié(e) de sa route
3. (informal) (= not go with)
to blow sb off laisser qn en plan (informal)
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Example Sentences Including 'blow off'
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I mean blow off the lakeward gates of the upper Gatún Locks, the entrance into the high chamber.BARRACUDA 945 (2003)
Ann has become very good at bottling her feelings and sooner or later the cork will blow off.OUT OF THE ASHES
So I quickly changed into jeans and a T-shirt for a walk on the Heath, to blow off steam.SOMEBODY (2002)
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Used Rarely. blow off is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of blow off from the Collins English to French Dictionary