blow up / ˈbloʊˌʌp /


blow up 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an explosion.
  2. a violent argument, outburst of temper, or the like, especially one resulting in estrangement.
  3. Also blow-up . an enlargement of a photograph.

blow up 近义词

v. 动词 verb


v. 动词 verb


v. 动词 verb

magnify importance

blow up 的近义词 4
blow up 的反义词 7
v. 动词 verb

burst with anger

更多blow up例句

  1. The sepia blowups of crab fisherman, outside and in, are especially arresting.
  2. At first, scarred by the online harassment she endured after the Tinder blowup, Wolfe Herd wanted to make an app where women could give each other compliments.
  3. Howard Kurtz on how she may have defused the Beijing blowup.
  4. A blowup over a newly minted third party in Florida has become the latest to draw their ire.
  5. For her part, Esters says she hasn't heard from Oprah since the blowup started.
  6. Before the blowup on Earth, the galactics had made occasional landings to gather animals and seeds of food plants.
  7. Actually we had the answer to protection during the Crazy Years before the blowup when everybody talked peace and built missiles.
  8. Baker unrolled the first of his exhibits, a large photographic blowup.
  9. There could be a blowup that would throw Hub politics back into the kind of snarl they haven't been in for a hundred years.
  10. They had a blowup last night, it seems, and she has stabbed him.