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Significado de “blow over” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "blow over" - Diccionario Inglés

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blow over

phrasal verb with blow uk   /bləʊ/  us   /bloʊ/ verb (blew, blown)

blow over (SITUATION)

When an ​argumentblows over, it ​becomesgradually less ​important until it ​ends and is ​forgotten: I ​thought that after a few ​days the ​argument would ​blow over.

blow over (STORM)

When a ​stormblows over, it ​becomesgradually less ​strong until it ​ends: The ​stormraged all ​night but by ​morning it had ​blown over.
(Definition of blow over from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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blow over

phrasal verb with blow  us   /bloʊ/ verb [I/T] (past tense blew  /blu/ , past participle blown  /bloʊn/ )
to ​pass by or to end: The ​storm blew over and ​missedourarea. We ​hope that this ​crisis will ​soon blow over.
(Definition of blow over from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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