- BLOW AWAY
- смыться, убраться (to take off).
American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.
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Blow Away — «Blow Away» Сингл Джорджа Харрисона из альбома George Harrison Выпущен 14 февраля 1979 Формат 7 Жанр рок Композитор … Википедия
blow away — blow (someone) away 1. to cause someone great pleasure or surprise. Everyone I tell that story to, I mean everyone, is just blown away. That new exhibit of ancient gold objects at the museum is so amazing, it will blow you away! 2. to defeat… … New idioms dictionary
Blow Away — Single par George Harrison extrait de l’album George Harrison Face A Blow Away Face B Soft Touch Sortie … Wikipédia en Français
blow away — ► blow away informal kill by shooting. Main Entry: ↑blow … English terms dictionary
blow away — I. transitive verb : to dissipate or remove (something) as if with a current of air the whole well ordered system has been blown away Roger Fry even this caution … might well be blown away by the rush of buying … before the holiday Newsweek II … Useful english dictionary
Blow Away — Single infobox | Name = Blow Away Artist = George Harrison from Album = George Harrison B side = Soft Touch Released = February 14, 1979 Format = vinyl record 7 Recorded = 1978 Genre = Rock Length = Label = Dark Horse Records (US) Producer =… … Wikipedia
blow away — phrasal verb Word forms blow away : present tense I/you/we/they blow away he/she/it blows away present participle blowing away past tense blew away past participle blown away 1) [intransitive/transitive] if something blows away or is blown away,… … English dictionary
blow away — phr verb Blow away is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑tent Blow away is used with these nouns as the object: ↑competition … Collocations dictionary
blow away — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you say that you are blown away by something, you mean that you are very impressed by it. [INFORMAL] [V P by] I was blown away by the tone and the quality of the story... [V n P] She just totally blew me away with her singing.… … English dictionary
blow away — verb a) To cause to go away by blowing. He blew away the dust which had collected on the book. b) To disperse or to depart on currents of air. I didnt have to rake. The leaves just blew away … Wiktionary
blow away — transitive verb Date: 1579 1. to dissipate or remove as if with a current of air < their doubts were blown away > 2. to kill by gunfire ; shoot dead 3. to impress very strongly and usually favorably … New Collegiate Dictionary