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English definition of “blowout”

blowout

noun [C]  /ˈbloʊˌɑʊt/ us  

blowout noun [C] (AIR BURST)

a sudden bursting and release of air from a tire on a moving vehicle: He narrowly averted crashing into another car after the blowout.

blowout noun [C] (SPORTS VICTORY)

a sports competition in which one side wins by a very large amount: If the game is a blowout, fans start to leave before it’s over.
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