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  • 1 blow over — {v.} To come to an end; pass away with little or no bad effects. * /The sky was black, as if a bad storm were coming, but it blew over and the sun came out./ * /They were bitter enemies for a while, but the quarrel blew over./ * /He was much… …

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  • 2 blow over — {v.} To come to an end; pass away with little or no bad effects. * /The sky was black, as if a bad storm were coming, but it blew over and the sun came out./ * /They were bitter enemies for a while, but the quarrel blew over./ * /He was much… …

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  • 3 blow over — ► blow over (of trouble) fade away without serious consequences. Main Entry: ↑blow …

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  • 4 blow over — [v] disappear slowly cease, die down, dissipate, end, finish, fizzle out, pass, peter out*, subside, vanish; concept 699 …

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  • 5 blow over — phrasal verb Word forms blow over : present tense I/you/we/they blow over he/she/it blows over present participle blowing over past tense blew over past participle blown over 1) [intransitive/transitive] if something blows over or is blown over,… …

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  • 6 blow over — verb disappear gradually The pain eventually passed off • Syn: ↑evanesce, ↑fade, ↑pass off, ↑fleet, ↑pass • Derivationally related forms: ↑passing ( …

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  • 7 blow over — verb a) To blow on something causing it to topple. The wind blow over the pole. b) To pass naturally; to go away; to settle or …

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  • 8 blow over — to be forgotten because something else happens. This scandal will never blow over unless something even worse happens. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of blow over (= to be pushed down by wind) …

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  • 9 blow over — PHRASAL VERB If something such as trouble or an argument blows over, it ends without any serious consequences. [V P] Wait, and it ll all blow over …

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  • 10 blow over — phr verb Blow over is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑fuss, ↑storm …

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  • 11 blow over — the storm will blow over soon Syn: abate, subside, drop off, lessen, ease (off), let up, diminish, fade, dwindle, slacken, recede, tail off, peter out, pass, die down, fizzle out; dated remit …

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  • 12 blow over — Synonyms and related words: be all over, be no more, become extinct, become void, blast, blow, blow a hurricane, blow down, blow great guns, blow up, bluster, bowl down, bowl over, breeze, breeze up, brew, bring down, bulldog, cast down, chop… …

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  • 13 blow\ over — v To come to an end; pass away with little or no bad effects. The sky was black, as if a bad storm were coming, but it blew over and the sun came out. They were bitter enemies for a while, but the quarrel blew over. He was much criticized for the …

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  • 14 blow over — (of trouble) fade away without serious consequences. → blow …

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  • 15 ˌblow ˈover — phrasal verb if a dangerous or embarrassing situation blows over, people stop worrying about it and soon forget about it The scandal soon blew over.[/ex] …

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  • 16 blow over — die down or calm down The problem with the lost invoices has finally blown over and everyone is working hard again …

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  • 17 blow over — intransitive verb Date: 1617 to pass away without effect …

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  • 18 blow over — be forgotten, end …

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  • 19 blow-over — A respray of doubtful quality, often poorly prepared and carelessly masked …

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  • 20 blow over phrasal — verb 1 (I, T) if the wind blows something over, or it blows over, the wind makes it fall: Our fence blew over in the storm. | blow sth over You could get blown over in a hurricane. 2 (I) if a storm blows over, it comes to an end 3 (I) if an… …

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