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Turkish translation of “blast”

blast

noun
 
 
/blɑːst/
EXPLOSION [C] an explosion
büyük patlama
a bomb blast Exploding and erupting
AIR [C] a sudden strong movement of air
rüzgarın çıkması, şiddetli esinti, ani fırtına çıkması
a blast of cold air/heatWind and windsStormy weather
full blast If something is happening or working full blast, it is at its loudest, strongest, or fastest level.
tam faaliyette, tam kapasite, en üst seviyede, güçte
The heating was on full blast.Noise and noisy
NOISE [C] a sudden loud noise
ani çıkan yüksek ses, gürültü
a blast on the trumpetNoise and noisy
ENJOYMENT [no plural] US very informal an exciting and enjoyable experience
heyecan verici ve çok hoş bir deneyim
Eric's party was a blast.Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
(Definition of blast noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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