Phrasal Verb: Blow up

Blow up

Meaning: Explode

Example: The bomb BLEW UP without any warning.

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Blow up

Meaning: Inflate

Example: The pressure was low, so I BLEW the tyre UP.

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Blow up

Meaning: Enlarge (e.g., photograph).

Example: BLOW UP that photo so we can see his face.

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Blow up

Meaning: The beginning of a storm

Example: A storm BLEW UP while we were out walking.

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Blow up

Meaning: Lose your temper, become angry

Example: They BLEW UP when they heard what I had done wrong.

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