Learn English Idioms – A Blast From The Past

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What does the idiom A Blast From The Past mean?

When you experience something that gives you nostalgic or sentimental feelings you can say it’s a blast from the past.

Here are some example sentences using A Blast From The Past with this meaning:

  • Hearing those old songs from my high school days was a blast from the past.
  • I hung out with my college buddies last weekend. It was a blast from the past.
  • You watched The Godfather last night? Wow! What a blast from the past.

Have you experienced anything that was a blast from the past recently?

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