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blow over

(SITUATION)
情况
phrasal verb with blow /bləʊ/ US  /bloʊ/ verb (blew, blown)
When an argument blows over, it becomes gradually less important until it ends and is forgotten
(争论)逐渐平息
I thought that after a few days the argument would blow over.
我觉得过几天这场争论就会逐渐平息。
Becoming and making less strong
Translations of “blow over”
in Chinese (Traditional) 情況, (爭論)逐漸平息…
in Russian проходить, миновать…
in Turkish bitmek (tartışma), geçmek(fırtına), dağılmak…
in Polish ucichnąć…
(Definition of blow over phrasal verb, verb (SITUATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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