słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

dmuchnąć po angielsku:

1. blow


They defused the bomb before it could blow up.
Blow out all the candles on the birthday cake at once.
blew; blown
Blow me down!
Isn't it better to get drunk and cut loose once in a while and blow off the tension of daily frustration?
An autumn breeze begins to blow.
Don't be so worked up over this thing. It will all blow over before you know it.
Iaido is a form of swordsmanship in which one strikes down an attacking opponent with one blow of the sword quickly drawn out of its sheath, whether the practitioner is sitting or walking.
When you blow across the top of an open bottle, it makes a noise.
Tom was dealt another emotional blow when his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer
Did you and Joan have a blow up?
Your nose is running. Blow it.
dealing a profound blow to U.S. allies and potentially deepening the president's isolation on the world stage
This optimism received a crashing blow at the hands of William Wrede in his theory of the messianic secret

2. blow air



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