9 thoughts on “ Blow

  1. Apr 06,  · Directed by Ted Demme. With Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, Franka Potente, Rachel Griffiths. The story of how George Jung, along with the Medellín Cartel headed by Pablo Escobar, established the American cocaine market in the s in the United States/10(K).
  2. verb (used without object), blew, blown, blow·ing. (of the wind or air) to be in motion. to move along, carried by or as by the wind: Dust seemed to blow through every crack in the house. verb (used with object), blew, blown.
  3. blow verb (SEND OUT AIR) B1 [ I or T ] to move and make currents of air, or to be moved or make something move on a current of air: The wind was blowing harder every minute.
  4. blow 1. verb To leave, usually hastily. The train is coming soon—time to blow. 2. verb To squander, spoil, or ruin something.
  5. a person given to voluble, empty talk. an ancient Greek or Roman farce that depended for effect largely upon ludicrous actions and gestures. a check whose amount has been raised by forgery before .
  6. To blow (a candle, etc.) out"extinguish by a current of air" is from late 14c. To blow over"pass" is from s, originally of storms. To blow hot and cold"vacillate" is from s. To blow off steam() is a figurative use from steam engines releasing pressure.
  7. 6: a hair style in which the hair is blow-dried while being styled with a round brush As discovered by one Twitter user, however, [Meghan] Markle isn't just the queen of a beautiful blowout. She has rocked .

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