Focus on the pronunciation of blow
English definition of “blow”
/bloʊ/ v [I/T] (past tense blew /blu/, past participle blown /bloʊn/) (MAKE AIR CURRENT)
› to make a current of air, or to move something or be moved with a current of air: [M] The wind blew over a garbage can (= pushed it down on its side). [M] We brought in the birthday cake and watched Lisa blow out the candles. › To blow up something is to push air inside it to make it larger: [M] We blew 12 balloons up for Charles’ party. › If you blow your nose, you force air through it to push out something that is blocking it, so that you can breathe better.