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Hindi translation of 'blow'

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blow

/bləʊ ब्लअउ/
Word forms: blows, blowing, blew, blown
1. intransitive verb
When a wind or breeze blows, the air moves.
(हवा का) बहना
A cold wind blew at the top of the hill.

2. transitive or intransitive verb
If the wind blows something somewhere, or if something blows there, it is moved there by the wind.
उड़ाकर ले जाना/उड़कर आना
The wind blew her hair back from her forehead. Sand blew in our eyes.

3. intransitive verb
If you blow, you send out a stream of air from your mouth.
फूंक मारना
Danny blew on his fingers to warm them.

4. transitive or intransitive verb
When a whistle or horn blows, or when someone blows it, they make a sound by blowing into it.
फूंक से बजना/फूंक मारकर बजाना

5. transitive verb
When you blow your nose, you force air out of it through your nostrils in order to clear it.
नाक झाड़ना

6. transitive verb
To blow something out, off, or away means to violently remove or destroy it with an explosion.
विस्फोट से उड़ा देना
The can exploded, blowing out windows. The gunmen blew the city to bits.

7. countable noun
If someone receives a blow, they are hit by someone or something.
प्रहार mn
He went off to hospital after a blow to the face.

8. countable noun
A blow is something that happens which makes you very disappointed or unhappy.
चोट nfआघात mn
It was a terrible blow when he was sacked.

9. transitive verb
If you blow a chance or an attempt to do something, you make a mistake which wastes the chance or causes the attempt to fail.
[informal]खो देना
I had probably blown my chances for this job. Oh you fool! You've blown it!

10. transitive verb
If you blow a large amount of money, you spend it quickly on things you don't need.
[informal](पैसे) उड़ानाफिजूलखर्ची करना
blow away
If you say that you are blown away by something, or if it blows you away, you mean that you are very impressed by it.
[informal]अभिभूत हो जाना
I was blown away by the tone and the quality of the story. Everyone I met overwhelmed me and kind of blew me away.
blow out
If you blow out a flame or a candle, you blow at it so that it stops burning.
फूंक कर बुझा देना
blow over
If something such as trouble or an argument blows over, it comes to an end.
ख़त्म हो जानाथम जाना
Wait, and it'll all blow over.
blow up
1. 
If someone blows something up, or if it blows up, it is destroyed by an explosion.
विस्फोट से उड़ जाना
Their boat blew up.

2. 
If you blow up something such as a balloon or a tyre, you fill it with air.
हवा भरना

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Example Sentences Including 'blow'

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The blast blew up all this dirt.
Oliver Poole BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)
Last month we had a power cut while he was away and a fuse blew when the electricity came back on.
The Sun (2012)
The move is a blow to policyholders who have already suffered cuts in payouts this year.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They have survived death blows that would have undermined any other industry.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
This is made worse by a lack of wind to blow the dirty air away.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
To be refused access is a terrible blow to your confidence.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Two spiders come to blows on a plant stem in our back garden.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We saw them play and were blown away.
The Sun (2009)
We were a little sceptical beforehand but it blew us away.
The Sun (2016)
On the positive side for a coach, if one defeat is blown out of all proportions, it is also soon enough forgotten.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The news has come as another terrible blow to the sport.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They were a storm waiting to happen but which finally blew itself out.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
This lot are incapable of giving up the ghost until the final whistle has blown.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Wednesday had a hatful of early chances but blew the lot.
The Sun (2012)
When they blew their chance two years ago it had a hugely damaging effect on the club.
The Sun (2016)
The two rulings have blown holes in that.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
One blow had such force it cut through his heart into his spine.
The Sun (2011)
Round at health they are vexed by news of cigarette smoke blowing back through open doors.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She had received three heavy blows to the back of the head and two to her face.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The charges are a blow to motorists hit by soaring costs.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The financial blow comes six months after 200,000 of items were stolen from her home.
The Sun (2016)
The move is another blow to boozers still reeling from lost trade due to the smoking ban.
The Sun (2008)
The snow was like sand blowing in your face.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The spores blow in the air to infect nearby plants and can lurk in the soil.
The Sun (2010)
Then came the financial blow that forced him back on the road.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There was the sound of a car window being blown out by one of the rounds.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It was very interesting blowing up the mine.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Would the back blow off and confetti fly out?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The winds of grace blow all the time.
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The force of the blow on the molten mantle caused a large chunk to splash out.
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'blow' in Other Languages

British English: blow /bləʊ/ NOUN
hit Someone receives a blow when someone or something hits them.
He went to hospital after a blow to the face.
  • American English: blow
  • Arabic: لَطْمَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pancada
  • Chinese: 拳打
  • Croatian: udarac
  • Czech: úder
  • Danish: slag
  • Dutch: klap
  • European Spanish: golpe
  • Finnish: isku
  • French: coup
  • German: Schlag
  • Greek: κτύπημα
  • Italian: colpo
  • Japanese: 強打
  • Korean: 강타
  • Norwegian: slag physical
  • Polish: dmuchnięcie
  • European Portuguese: sopro
  • Romanian: lovitură
  • Russian: удар
  • Latin American Spanish: golpe
  • Swedish: slag knytnävsslag
  • Thai: ถูกต่อย
  • Turkish: darbe
  • Ukrainian: удар
  • Vietnamese: đòn đánh
British English: blow /bləʊ/ VERB
wind When the wind blows, it moves the air.
The wind blew in our faces.
  • American English: blow
  • Arabic: يَهُبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: soprar
  • Chinese: 风吹
  • Croatian: puhati
  • Czech: foukat
  • Danish: blæse
  • Dutch: blazen
  • European Spanish: soplar
  • Finnish: puhaltaa
  • French: souffler
  • German: blasen
  • Greek: φυσώ
  • Italian: soffiare
  • Japanese: 吹く
  • Korean: 불다
  • Norwegian: blåse
  • Polish: dmuchnąć
  • European Portuguese: soprar
  • Romanian: a sufla
  • Russian: дуть
  • Latin American Spanish: soplar
  • Swedish: blåsa
  • Thai: พัด
  • Turkish: esmek
  • Ukrainian: віяти
  • Vietnamese: thổi
British English: blow /bləʊ/ VERB
person When you blow, you push air out of your mouth.
He blew on his hands to keep them warm.
  • American English: blow
  • Arabic: يَنْفُخُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: soprar
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: puhati
  • Czech: foukat
  • Danish: puste
  • Dutch: blazen
  • European Spanish: soplar
  • Finnish: puhaltaa
  • French: souffler
  • German: blasen
  • Greek: φυσάω
  • Italian: soffiare
  • Japanese: ・・・に息を吐く
  • Korean: 불다
  • Norwegian: blåse
  • Polish: dmuchać
  • European Portuguese: soprar
  • Romanian: a sufla
  • Russian: дуть
  • Latin American Spanish: soplar
  • Swedish: blåsa
  • Thai: เป่า
  • Turkish: üflemek
  • Ukrainian: дмухати
  • Vietnamese: thổi
British English: blow NOUN
disappointment If something that happens is a blow to someone or something, it is very upsetting, disappointing, or damaging to them.
That ruling comes as a blow to environmentalists.
  • American English: blow
  • Brazilian Portuguese: golpe
  • Chinese: > 击打用拳或武器的
  • European Spanish: golpe
  • French: coup
  • German: Schlag
  • Italian: colpo
  • Japanese: 打撃
  • Korean: 강타
  • European Portuguese: golpe
  • Latin American Spanish: golpe

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Translation of blow from the Collins English to Hindi
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