Meaning of BLAST in English

BLAST

n. 25B6; noun

the blast from the bomb : SHOCK WAVE, pressure wave.

Friday's blast killed two people : EXPLOSION, detonation, discharge, burst.

a sudden blast of cold air : GUST, rush, gale, squall, wind, draught, waft, puff, flurry.

the shrill blast of the trumpets : BLARE, wail, roar, screech, shriek, hoot, honk, beep.

(informal) I braced myself for the inevitable blast. : See reprimand noun .

25B6; verb

bombers were blasting enemy airfields : BLOW UP, bomb, blow (to pieces), dynamite, explode.

guns were blasting away : FIRE, shoot, blaze, let fly, discharge.

he blasted his horn : HONK, beep, toot, sound.

radios blasting out pop music : BLARE, boom, roar, thunder, bellow, pump, shriek, screech.

Fowler was blasted with an air gun : SHOOT, gun down, mow down, cut down, put a bullet in; informal pot, plug.

(informal) he blasted the pupils for being late. : See reprimand verb .

25A0; blast off BE LAUNCHED, take off, lift off, leave the ground, become airborne, take to the air.

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