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blow it

(also blow your chance) informal
C2 to fail to take advantage of an opportunity by doing or saying something wrong: I really blew it when I turned down that job offer, didn't I?
Translations of “blow it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯失機會…
in Chinese (Simplified) 错失机会…
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