Definition of 'blow away'
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The Ipswich boss saw his side concede in the opening seconds and then get comprehensively blown away. The Sun (2016)France were poor and they are going to get blown away in the final. Times, Sunday Times (2011)People are just blown away by the quality. Times, Sunday Times (2008)France are going to get blown away in that final. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was totally blown away by it. The Sun (2015)But we were absolutely blown away by just how effective the combination of ingredients was. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The American stopper managed to bag a backstage pass and was blown away to meet his hero. The Sun (2006)But most of those memories were just blown away by Africa. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the early days you're fearless and doubts get blown away by the action. Times, Sunday Times (2013)HERE'S a story to make you sick as you get blown away in Britain. The Sun (2008)All the inconvenience of free will and death blown away for just 63,000 and a series of mirrors. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I was just blown away by him. The Sun (2008)I listened to it and was just blown away. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We were just blown away. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is a waste of energy to sing and proclaim the ownership of a territory, when the song just gets blown away. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Totally blown away by an inventive, workmanlike Sunderland. The Sun (2012)I was totally blown away when I met her. The Sun (2007)
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