To Be Blown Away – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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To Be Blown Away
When you are blown away by something, you are amazed or impressed by that thing. You can say that you are blown away or that something blows you away.

  • I was blown away by the concert last night.
  • The recent news about space travel really blows me away.
  • Lenny said he was blown away by the Grand Canyon.

How about you? When was the last time you were blown away?
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