Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de blast

(substantivo) 
Definition
an explosion, such as that caused by dynamite
a gas blast at a coal mine
Sinônimos
explosion
Three people were badly injured in a bomb explosion.
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burst
a burst of fireworks
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discharge
Where firearms are kept at home, the risk of accidental discharge is high.
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blow-up
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eruption
the volcanic eruption of Tambora in 1815
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detonation
a heavy detonation echoed round the housing estate
(substantivo) 
Definition
an explosion, such as that caused by dynamite
a shotgun blast
Sinônimos
bang
I heard four or five loud bangs.
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crack
Suddenly there was a loud crack and glass flew into the air.
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volley
It's still not known how many died in the volleys of gunfire.
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report
There was a loud report as the fuel tanks exploded.
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(substantivo) 
Definition
a sudden strong gust of wind or air
Blasts of cold air swept down from the mountains.
Sinônimos
gust
A gust of wind drove down the valley.
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rush
A rush of air on my face woke me.
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storm
the violent storms which whipped America's East Coast
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breeze
a cool summer breeze
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puff
an occasional puff of air stirring the brittle leaves
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gale
forecasts of fierce gales over the next few days
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flurry
A flurry of snowflakes was scudding by the window.
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tempest (literary)
torrential rain and howling tempest
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squall
The boat was hit by a squall north of the island.
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strong breeze
(substantivo) 
Definition
a sudden loud sound, such as that made by a trumpet
The buzzer suddenly responded in a long blast of sound.
Sinônimos
blare
the blare of a radio through a thin wall
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clamour
Kathryn's quiet voice stilled the clamour.
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hoot
He strode on, ignoring the car, in spite of a further warning hoot.
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toot
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honk
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peal
She burst into peals of laughter.
(substantivo) 
Definition
a violent verbal outburst, esp. critical
She delivered a blast against the government's many failures.
Sinônimos
reprimand
He has been given a severe reprimand.
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talking-to (informal)
He has had a good talking-to and regrets his actions.
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lecture
Our captain gave us a stern lecture on safety.
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wigging (British, slang)
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censure
It is a controversial policy which has attracted international censure.
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rebuke
`Silly little boy' was his favourite expression of rebuke.
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reproach
Her reproach was automatic.
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ticking-off (informal)
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dressing-down (informal)
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telling-off (informal)
I got a severe telling-off for not phoning him.
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admonition
She is full of admonitions about smoking now that she's given up.
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tongue-lashing
After a cruel tongue-lashing, the teacher dismissed the students.
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reproof
a reproof that she responded to right away
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castigation
Helen's merciless castigation of her staff in public
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flea in the ear (informal)
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reprehension
(verbo) 
Definition
to blow up (a rock, tunnel, etc.) with explosives
The explosion blasted out the external supporting wall.
Sinônimos
blow up
The bomb blew up over the countryside.
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bomb
Airforce jets bombed the city at night.
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destroy
The building was completely destroyed.
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burst
The driver lost control when a tyre burst.
She burst the balloon with a pin.
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ruin
Roads have been destroyed and crops ruined.
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break up
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explode
They managed to evacuate all the civilians before the bomb exploded.
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shatter
Something like that really shatters your confidence.
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demolish
The building is being demolished to make way for a motorway.
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dynamite
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put paid to
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raze to the ground
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blow sky-high
(verbo) 
The rioters were blasted with purple dye by police.
Sinônimos
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kill
More than 200 people were killed in the disaster.
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shoot
The police had orders to shoot anyone who attacked them.
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plug (slang)
I'd pull out my .38 and plug him in the gut.
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blow away (slang, mainly US)
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gun down
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open fire on
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zap (slang)
A guard zapped him with the stun gun.
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pick off
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mow down
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put a bullet in
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pump full of lead (slang)
(verbo) 
He blasted the ball into the back of the net.
Sinônimos
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fire
a huge gun designed to fire nuclear or chemical shells
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project
The hardware can be used for projecting nuclear missiles.
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launch
The rocket was launched early this morning.
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hurl
Groups of rioters hurled stones at police.
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fling
I flung the book on the table and stormed out.
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let fly
(verbo) 
Definition
to criticize severely
They have blasted the report.
Sinônimos
criticize
His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children.
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attack
He publicly attacked the people who've been calling for a secret ballot.
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put down
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censure
I would not presume to censure him for his views.
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berate
Marion berated Joe for the noise he made.
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castigate
She castigated him for having no intellectual interests.
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tear into (informal)
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flay
The critics flayed him with accusations of misanthropy.
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rail at
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flame (informal)
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diss (slang)
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lambast(e)
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chew out (US, Canadian, informal)
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throw shade (at) (slang)
(verbo) 
Sinônimos
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wither
Mary withered me with a glance.
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shrivel
The plant shrivels and dies.

Verbos frasais

See blast away

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of admonition
She is full of admonitions about smoking now that she's given up.
Sinônimos
berating,
chiding,
telling off (informal),
upbraiding,
remonstrance (formal)
in the sense of attack
Definition
to criticize vehemently
He publicly attacked the people who've been calling for a secret ballot.
Sinônimos
pan (informal),
knock (informal),
slam (slang),
flame (informal),
put down,
slate (informal),
have a go (at) (informal),
tear into (informal),
slag off (British, slang),
throw shade (at) (slang),
diss (slang),
find fault with,
impugn (formal),
go for the jugular,
lambast(e),
pick holes in,
bite someone's head off,
snap someone's head off,
pick to pieces
in the sense of berate
Definition
to scold harshly
Marion berated Joe for the noise he made.
Sinônimos
carpet (informal),
put down,
slate (informal, British),
tear into (informal),
tell off (informal),
rail at,
flame (informal),
diss (slang),
read the riot act to,
slap on the wrist,
lambast(e),
bawl out (informal),
rap over the knuckles,
chew out (US, Canadian, informal),
tear (someone) off a strip (British, informal),
give a rocket (British, New Zealand, informal),

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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