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to blot one's escutcheonsein Wappen beschmutzen
to blot out ausmerzen [Erinnerung]
to blot out auslöschen
to blot out austilgen
to blot outdurchstreichen
to blot outtilgen
to blot out vernichten
to blot out the memory die Erinnerung auslöschen
to blot sb./sth. jdn./etw. anpatzen [südd.] [österr.] [bekleckern, beflecken]
to blotch beflecken
to blotchbeschmieren
to blouse [fit loosely above the waist] blusen [fachspr.] [locker über der Taille sitzen]
to bloviate [Am.] schwafeln [ugs.]
to bloviate [Am.] schwadronieren
to blow schnaufen
to blow anblasen
to blow blasen
to blow blühen
to blow hineinblasen
to blow [Am.] [sl.] [to be unpleasant] widerlich sein
to blow [blossom, burgeon] aufblühen
to blow [coll.] [money]verjubeln [ugs.]
to blow [coll.] [money]verjuxen [ugs.]
to blow [fuse, light bulb] durchbrennen [Sicherung, Glühbirne]
to blow [of wind] winden [immer: es windet]
to blow [puff]pusten
to blow [to burst] platzen [bersten]
to blow [wind] wehen
to blow / take the lid off sth. [fig.] etw. aufdecken [fig.]
to blow a bridge sky-high [idiom] eine Brücke in die Luft sprengen
to blow a fart [vulg.] einen Furz lassen [derb]
to blow a fart [vulg.]einen Furz ablassen [derb]
to blow a fire ein Feuer anblasen
to blow a fire ein Feuer anfachen
to blow a football (up) tight einen Fußball aufblasen
to blow a fuse eine Sicherung durchbrennen
to blow a fuse [coll.] [idiom] vor Wut (fast) platzen [ugs.]
to blow a fuse [coll.] [idiom] [become enraged]an die Decke gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to blow a gasket einen Dichtungsring platzen lassen
to blow a gasket [coll.] [dated] [idiom] [become enraged] vor Wut (fast) platzen [ugs.]
to blow a gasket [coll.] [dated] [idiom] [become enraged]an die Decke gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [vor Wut platzen]
to blow a glass bottle eine Flasche blasen
to blow a horn ein Horn blasen
to blow a horn hupen
to blow a place [Am.] [sl.] einen Ort verlassen
to blow a safeeinen Safe aufbrechen
to blow a trumpet Trompete blasen
to blow a whistlepfeifen
to blow aboutherumerzählen
to blow abroad ausplaudern
to blow acrossherüberwehen
to blow air into sth. [e.g. balloon] etw. [Akk.] aufblasen [z. B. Luftballon]
to blow all one's money on foodsein ganzes Geld verfressen [ugs.] [pej.]
to blow an egg ein Ei ausblasen
to blow atanblasen
to blow at sb./sth. jdn./etw. anpusten [ugs.]
to blow awayverwehen
to blow awaywegblasen
to blow away [coll.] [kill] abknallen [ugs.]
to blow away [fig.] [sl.] [overwhelm] umhauen [fig.] [ugs.]
to blow away the cobwebs [fig.] sich einen klaren Kopf schaffen
to blow bubbles Seifenblasen blasen
to blow chunks [Am.] [sl.]kotzen [ugs.]
to blow chunks [Am.] [sl.] [vomit]Pizza abwürfeln [hum.] [sich erbrechen]
to blow down umblasen
to blow down abblasen
to blow down sth.etw. umwehen
to blow dry föhnen
to blow for half time zur Halbzeit pfeifen
to blow furiously heftig wehen
to blow gentlysanft wehen
to blow glass Glas blasen
to blow goats [Am.] [coll.] Scheiße sein [vulg.]
to blow harder heftiger blasen
to blow heavily heftig blasen
to blow his / her coatsein / ihr Fell wechseln
to blow hot and coldunbeständig sein
to blow in einblasen
to blow in eindrücken
to blow in hineinblasen
to blow in hereinwehen
to blow in hineinwehen
to blow inhereinblasen
to blow in [coll.]hereinschneien [ugs.]
to blow in [coll.] [arrive casually and unannounced] ins Haus schneien [fig.] [ugs.]
to blow in airLuft hineinblasen
to blow intoeinblasen
to blow into hineinblasen
to blow into a bag in eine Tüte blasen
to blow it [coll.] die Sache vergeigen [ugs.]
to blow it with sb. [coll.] [to lose sb.'s affection by your own actions] es sich [Dat.] mit jdm. verscherzen
to blow kisses Kusshändchen werfen
to blow like a grampus schnaufen wie eine Lokomotive
to blow money [coll.]Geld verpulvern [ugs.]
to blow money on sth. [coll.] [waste]Geld für etw. verbraten [ugs.] [verschwenden]
to blow off verschwinden lassen
to blow offabblasen
to blow off [Br.] [coll.] [fart]furzen [derb]
to blow off one's steam [idiom]Dampf ablassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to blow off (one's) steam [coll.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] Luft machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
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