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blow (sth) out

phrasal verb with blow uk   /bləʊ/  us   /bloʊ/ verb (blew, blown)
B1 If a ​flameblows out or you ​blow it out, it ​stopsburning when a ​person or the ​windblows on it: After ​dinner she ​blew out the ​candles. The ​suddenbreeze made the ​candlesblow out.
(Definition of blow (sth) out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blow (sth) out”
in Chinese (Simplified) (被)吹熄,(被)吹灭…
in Turkish bir ateşi söndürmek, üfleyerek söndürmek…
in Russian гаснуть, задувать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (被)吹熄,(被)吹滅…
in Polish zgasnąć, zdmuchnąć coś…
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