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Blitz again until it forms a soft dough. The Sun (2017)It was subjected to an intense aerial blitz throughout July and August. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The new blitz will be reinforced in a major speech. The Sun (2013)Add the parsley leaves and blitz again to chop and mix. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Add the cocoa mixture and blitz again to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Add the basil leaves and blitz again until the crumbs turn green. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you like your smoothie seriously cold then add a couple of cubes of ice to the blender and blitz again. The Sun (2016)Add the garlic and blitz again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Peel, chop and blitz two fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Meanwhile, new ways to blitz the public with offers are emerging. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Peel and halve the onions, add them to the carrot and blitz again. The Sun (2016)RED wine lovers will be told to stop thinking it is good for them in a major blitz on boozing. The Sun (2016)King scored a quickfire double in a first-half blitz, and grabbed another in the second half. The Sun (2011)Ministers are launching a new blitz on the fraudsters, who cost taxpayers 1.2 billion a year. The Sun (2013)Motorists are facing routine 20mph speed limits on inner-city roads as part of a new blitz on dangerous driving. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Any hopes Wasps had of upsetting that plan were dashed by an England flyhalf almost forgotten in the blitz of publicity surrounding their own. The Sun (2008)CHEAP booze is to be be blitzed by the new Government, it was announced yesterday. The Sun (2010)A NEW blitz on benefit cheats who live abroad will be unveiled today. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'blitz'
British English: blitz VERB
If a city or building is blitzed during a war, it is attacked by bombs dropped by enemy aircraft.
In the autumn of 1940, London was blitzed by an average of two hundred aircraft a night.
Definition of blitz from the Collins English Dictionary
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