blow


blow
I [bləʊ] n
удар

The boy screamed at every blow. — Каждый удар сопровождался новым воплем мальчика.

Every blow tells. — Ни один удар даром не проходит.

He knocked them both with a single blow. — Одним ударом он сбил их обоих с ног.

His death is a national blow. — Его смерть утрата/горе для всей страны.

The falling tree damaged two houses at one blow. — Падающее дерево разбило сразу два дома.

The war struck a bad blow at the country. — Война нанесла большой урон стране.

She held up her hand to ward off his blow. — Она подняла руку, чтобы отвести его удар.

The first blow is half the battle. — Почин всего дороже. /Лиха беда начало. /Хорошее начало полдела откачало

- heavy blow
- random blows
- illegal blow
- sudden blow
- retaliating blow
- vicious blow
- repeated blows
- knockout blow
- crushing blow
- fortune's blow
- body blow
- another blow followed
- blow still more bitter followed
- blow like thunder
- powerful blow in the face
- telling blow in the enemy
- blow to smb
- blow between the eyes
- blow on the head
- blow from a hammer
- blow of thunder
- blow on the back
- blow with the fist
- telling blow at the enemy
- with one blow
- without striking a blow
- deal a mortal blow
- cushion a blow
- deflect blow
- deal a blow
- dodge a blow
- give smb a strong blow
- strike the first blow
- receive a severe blow
- aim a blow at smb's authority
- strike a blow in self-defence
- catch smb a blow on the nose
- reel under crushing blows
- feel a blow
- retreat without striking a blow
- stand a blow
- exchange blows
- soften a blow
- resist a blow
- return a blow
- deal out blows
- fetch a blow
- answer blow by blow
- return a blow with interest
- die from a blow
- drop smb with a blow
- shower blows on smb
- rain indiscriminate blows on smb
- rain blows upon the door
II [bləʊ] v
(blew, blown) дуть, веять (о ветре)

A strong wind was blowing. — Дул сильный ветер.

The wind blew the dust in all directions. — Ветер наносил повсюду пыль.

It is an ill wind that blows nobody good. — Не было бы счастья, да несчастье помогло. /Нет худа без добра

- blow a pipe
- blow a whistle
- blow one's nose
- blow at a candle
- blow a match out
- blow hard

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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  • blow — Ⅰ. blow [1] ► VERB (past blew; past part. blown) 1) (of wind) move creating an air current. 2) propel or be propelled by the wind. 3) expel air through pursed lips. 4) force air through the mouth into (an instrument) to make a sound …   English terms dictionary

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