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blow off something/someone

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phrasal verb with blow  us   /bloʊ/ verb [I/T] (past tense blew  /blu/ , past participle blown  /bloʊn/ )
to decide not to do something you are expected to do, or not to meet someone you are expected to meet: "Aren’t you going to the meeting?" "No, I’m going to blow it off."
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