29 – Four Idioms & Slang Phrases With Blow Lesson

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The verb blow is used in a few common idioms and slang expressions. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we use this vocabulary in our English conversations

Here are the example sentences

First, to blow means to leave:

  • Well, it’s getting late. I think I’m going to blow.
  • Why don’t we blow this club? There is no action here.

Blow off means to jilt, or to fail to meet someone.

  • Jack’s girlfriend blew him off.
  • I made an appointment to meet someone selling their car, but they blew me off.

You can also blow your money:

  • Gloria blew all of her money in Vegas playing blackjack.
  • Ted blew his paycheck at the bar, so he has no money left for the rest of the week.

You can also blow your cool:

  • Fred blew his cool when someone scratched his new car.
  • My boss is always blowing his cool at Jack, even though Jack works very hard. Maybe the boss just doesn’t like him.

If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!




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