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English definition of “blow sb/sth away”

blow sb/sth away

US informal
verb uk phrasal verb with blow   /bləʊ/ us    /bloʊ/ (blew, blown)
to defeat someone or something completely, especially in a sports competition: They blew the other team away in the second half of the game.
(Definition of blow sb/sth away from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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