blow = soplar verb

blow = soplo noun

1blow

/ˈbloː/ verb
verb
blew, blown, blowing

Spanish Translation of BLOW

intransitive verb
1
: soplar (dícese del viento)
2
: agitarse (etc.) con el viento
to blow open/shutabrirse/cerrarse
to blow off/awayvolar
3
sound : sonar (dícese de un silbato, etc.)
4
to blow off familiar : dejar plantado (a alguien) familiar, no ir a (una cita, etc.)
5
to blow out : fundirse (dícese de un fusible eléctrico), reventarse (dícese de una llanta)
6
to blow over : pasar, dispersarse (dícese de una tormenta)
7
to blow over : pasar, calmarse, caer en el olvido (dícese de una situación)
transitive verb
1
: soplar, echar
to blow smokeechar humo
3
shape : soplar, dar forma a (vidrio, etc.)
5
to blow one's nose : sonarse la nariz

2blow

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of BLOW

1
puff : soplo masculine, soplido masculine
2
gale : vendaval feminine
3
hit, stroke : golpe masculine
4
calamity : golpe masculine, desastre masculine
5
to come to blows : llegar a las manos

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