blow (sth) out Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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blow (sth) out

phrasal verb with blow uk   /bləʊ/  us   /bloʊ/ verb (blew, blown)
B1 If a flame blows out or you blow it out, it stops burning when a person or the wind blows on it: After dinner she blew out the candles. The sudden breeze made the candles blow out.
Translations of “blow (sth) out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (被)吹熄,(被)吹滅…
in Russian гаснуть, задувать…
in Turkish bir ateşi söndürmek, üfleyerek söndürmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (被)吹熄,(被)吹灭…
in Polish zgasnąć, zdmuchnąć coś…
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