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Turkish translation of “blast”

blast

verb
 
 
/blɑːst/
NOISE [I, T] ( also blast out) to make a very loud noise
patlamak, infilak etmek, tahrip etmek
rock music blasting from a stereoNoise and noisy
MOVE [I, T] to move through something or to hit something with force
bir şeyin arasından hızlıca geçmek veya bir şeye hızlı ve güçlü bir darbe indirmek
Dixon blasted the ball past the goalkeeper.Exploding and erupting
EXPLODE [T] to break through rock using explosives
patlayıcılarla kayaları parçalamak
They blasted a hole in the rock face.Detonation and bombardmentTearing and breaking into pieces
GUNS [T] to destroy a person or place with guns or bombs
ağır silah ve bombalarla bir yeri veya kişiyi havaya uçurmak, tahrip etmek
Detonation and bombardmentTearing and breaking into piecesExploding and erupting
(Definition of blast verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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