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blow (sth) out

phrasal verb with blow
 
 
/bləʊ/ verb ( past tense blew, past participle blown)
B1 If a flame blows out, or if you blow it out, it stops burning because you or the wind have blown it: Emma blew out the candle.Stopping fires
Translations of “blow (sth) out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (被)吹熄,(被)吹滅…
in Russian гаснуть, задувать…
in Turkish bir ateşi söndürmek, üfleyerek söndürmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (被)吹熄,(被)吹灭…
in Polish zgasnąć, zdmuchnąć coś…
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