Complete Definition of "blow off"

English

Verb
infl|en|verb|head=to blow off (someone or something)

  1. intransitive|euphemism (British) to pass gas; to break wind.
  2. To vent, usually, to reduce pressure in a container.

#: The radioactivity was released when they blew off steam from the containment vessel.

  1. idiom to shirk or disregard (a duty or person).

#: I decided to blow off the meeting and leave early.
#: We've both been blowing off Peter all day: he's really boring.
Synonyms
(pass gas): break wind, fart

Translations
trans-top|pass gas
German: (Gas) ablassen
Russian: иÑпÑÑÑиÑÑ Ð³Ð°Ð·Ñ
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Serbian:
:*Cyrillic: пÑднÑÑи, пÑÑÑиÑи веÑаÑ
:*Roman: prdnuti, pustiti vetar
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See also
blow off steam
Category:English phrasal verbs

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