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blow

verb
 
/bləʊ/ ( present participle blowing, past tense blew, past participle blown)
B1 If the wind blows, it moves and makes currents of air
soprar
The wind blew hard during the storm.
B1 to force air out through your mouth
soprar
I blew on my coffee to cool it.
B1 to make a sound by forcing air out of your mouth and through a musical instrument
soprar, fazer soar
Ann blew a few notes on the trumpet.
If the wind blows something somewhere, it makes it move in that direction
(vento) levar
The storm blew a tree across the road.
to make shapes out of something by blowing into it
fazer (bolhas de sabão)
to blow bubbles
blow your nose B1 to clear your nose by forcing air through it into a piece of paper
assoar o nariz
(Definition of blow verb from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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