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Meaning of “blow (it)!” in the English Dictionary

"blow (it)!" in British English

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blow (it)!

UK old-fashioned informal an ​expression of ​anger: Oh, blow it! I've ​forgotten to ​invite Paul to the ​party.

blow it

(also blow your chance) informalC2 to ​fail to take ​advantage of an ​opportunity by doing or saying something ​wrong: I really ​blew it when I ​turned down that ​joboffer, didn't I?
(Definition of blow (it)! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"blow it" in American English

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blow it

(also blow your chance) infmlto ​lose an ​opportunity to do something by doing or saying the ​wrong thing: I ​guess I ​blew it when I told my ​teacher I didn't ​care what ​grade she gave me.
(Definition of blow it from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blow (it)!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 错失机会…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯失機會…
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