29 – Four Idioms & Slang Expressions With Blow Lesson

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It’s time to blow this joint!

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.

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