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blast /blɑ:st/
  • danh từ
    • luồng gió; luồng hơi (bễ lò), hơi (bom...)
    • tiếng kèn
      • the blast of a trumpet: tiếng kèn trompet
    • sự nổ (mìn)
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm tàn, làm khô héo, làm thui chột
        • frost blasts buds: sương giá làm thui chột nụ cây
      • làm nổ tung, phá (bằng mìn)
      • phá hoại, làm tan vỡ (hạnh phúc, kế hoạch...); làm mất danh dự
      • gây hoạ; nguyền rủa
      • blast you!
        • đồ trời đánh thánh vật!
    Concise Dictionary
    blasts|blasted|blastingblɑːst
    noun
    +a very long fly ball
    +a sudden very loud noise
    +a strong current of air
    +an explosion (as of dynamite)
    +a highly pleasurable or exciting experience
    +intense adverse criticism
    verb
    +make a strident sound
    +hit hard
    +use explosives on

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 blow, gust, wind, gale:
    The door opened and a blast of icy air made us shiver.
    2 blare, sound, noise, racket, din, bellow, roar; boom:
    At the trumpet-blast thousands of Goths descended screaming on the camp.
    3 explosion, burst, eruption, discharge; detonation:
    A blast of dynamite levelled all the houses in the vicinity.
    4 (at or in) full blast. fully, at full tilt, at the maximum, completely, thoroughly, entirely, maximally, Slang with no holds barred, US to the max:
    The factory was going full blast before the strike.
    v.
    5 blow up, explode, dynamite, demolish, destroy, ruin, waste, lay waste, shatter, devastate:
    The pillbox was blasted out of existence by our guns.
    6 defame, discredit, denounce, criticize, attack; ruin, destroy:
    The candidate has been blasted by the press.
    7 curse, damn:
    The minister continued to blast the proposal till the legislature dropped it.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb, exclamation
    + noun
    explosion
    1 [C] an explosion or a powerful movement of air caused by an explosion: a bomb blast + 27 schoolchildren were injured in the blast. + The blast ripped through the building.
    of air
    2 [C] a sudden strong movement of air: A blast of hot air hit us as we stepped off the plane. + the wind's icy blasts
    loud noise
    3 [C] a sudden loud noise, especially one made by a musical instrument that you blow, or by a whistle or a car horn: three short blasts on the ship's siren + The driver opened the door letting out a blast of Bob Marley.
    criticism
    4 [C] (used especially in newspapers) strong criticism: Blast for prison governors in judge's report.
    fun
    5 [sing.] (AmE) a very enjoyable experience that is a lot of fun: The party was a blast. + We had a blast at the party.
    Idioms: (at) full blast with the greatest possible volume or power: She had the car stereo on at full blast.
    + verb
    explode
    1 to violently destroy or break sth into pieces, using explosives: [VN] They blasted a huge crater in the runway. + Builders had to blast a tunnel through the mountain. + All the windows were blasted inwards with the force of the explosion. + The jumbo jet was blasted out of the sky. + [V] Danger! Blasting in Progress! [also VN-ADJ]
    make loud noise
    2 ~ (sth) (out) to make a loud unpleasant noise, especially music: [V] Music suddenly blasted out from the speakers. + [VN] The radio blasted out rock music at full volume.
    criticize
    3 [VN] ~ sb/sth (for sth / for doing sth) (informal) to criticize sb/sth severely: The movie was blasted by all the critics.
    hit / kick
    4 [VN] (informal) to hit or kick sb/sth with a lot of force: He blasted the ball past the goalie. + He blasted the policeman right between the eyes.
    air / water
    5 [VN] to direct air, water, etc. at sb/sth with a lot of force: Police blasted the demonstrators with water cannons.
    destroy with disease, etc.
    6 [VN] [usually passive] to destroy sth such as a plant with disease, cold, heat, etc: Their whole crop had been blasted by a late frost.
    Phrasal Verbs: blast away if a gun or sb using a gun blasts away, the gun fires continuously and loudly: The machine guns blasted away non-stop.
    blast off (of spacecraft) to leave the ground; to take off: The rocket blasted off at noon.
    related noun BLAST-OFF
    + exclamation (informal) people sometimes say Blast! when they are annoyed about sth: Oh blast! The car won't start.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 explosion

    ADJ.

    huge, powerful | bomb, nuclear, shotgun

    BLAST + VERB

    hit sth, rip through sth, rock sth
    A huge bomb blast rocked central London last night.

    PREP.

    in a/the ~
    Twenty people were killed in the blast.

    2 sudden rush of air/wind

    ADJ.

    hot, icy
    She felt an icy blast of air.

    PREP.

    ~ of
    a blast of cold air

    3 sudden loud sound

    ADJ.

    long | short | shrill

    VERB + BLAST

    give

    PREP.

    ~ on
    He gave a short blast on his trumpet.



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