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blow away someone

slang
phrasal verb with blow us   /bloʊ/ verb [I/T] past tense blew /blu/ , past participle blown /bloʊn/
  • (surprise)

to surprise someone very much: Winning first prize and a full scholarship blew her away.

blow away someone

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phrasal verb with blow us   /bloʊ/ verb [I/T] past tense blew /blu/ , past participle blown /bloʊn/
  • (DEFEAT)

to defeat a competitor completely: We just got blown away yesterday, losing 12 to 0.
slang To blow someone away is also to shoot and kill a person.
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