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blast

noun /blaːst/
a strong, sudden stream (of air)
ráfaga
A blast of cold air entered the room when he opened the door.
an explosion
explosión, detonación
a bomb blast.
a loud sound
toque
Ed gave a blast on the car horn.
blasting noun in mining etc, the breaking up of rock etc by explosives
explosión controlada
iron ore blasting in the quarry.
blast furnace noun a furnace for melting iron ore using blasts of hot air.
alto horno
at full blast at full power, speed etc
a todo volumen
He had the radio going at full blast (= as loud as possible).
blast off noun (of rockets, spacecraft etc) the process of taking off and starting to rise
despegar
The rocket is ready for blast off.
(Definition of blast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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