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    I got quite blown around - meaning

    Hello again!

    Rob
    We can also use the word wind as a noun. Is there much wind today Catherine?

    Catherine
    There's quite a lot actually, I got quite blown around. So that's wind as a noun and windy as an adjective, but we can't use wind as a verb. You have to use a different verb like blow. The wind is blowing very hard today...

    Does I got quite blown around mean I got heavily attacked by the wind from all directions?

    Thank you.

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    Re: I got quite blown around - meaning

    Not necessarily from all directions.

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