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Past participle for to inflate
“Let's blow up some balloons for the party.”
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Past participle for to explode, usually into pieces
“She thought the car was going to blow up and got out but the smell was actually outside.”
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Past participle for to magnify the importance of
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“You don't need to blow up this matter any more than it needs to be.”
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Past participle for burst with anger
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“We were playing terribly and it was obvious that coach would blow up at the next time out.”
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Past participle for to break out suddenly
“A huge argument would suddenly blow up from between the two patrons.”
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Past participle for to extol or praise effusively, and typically excessively
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“We need to blow up our preferred candidate as much as possible to give her the best chance of winning.”
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Past participle for to severely reprimand or criticize someone
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Past participle for to demolish completely
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Past participle for lose one's cool
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Past participle for to express or describe in exaggerated terms
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Past participle for to destroy by, or as if by, an explosion
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Past participle for to give greater praise than due
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Past participle for to explode
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Past participle for to bombard with bombs or artillery
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Past participle for to feel or express great anger
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Past participle for to diminish the confidence or courage of
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Past participle for to cause to become angry
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Past participle for become upset, excited
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(puff up) Past participle for to promote with exaggerated or false praise
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Past participle for to disprove a statement, theory or belief
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Past participle for to cause to break open or into pieces
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Past participle for to go, or cause to go, insane or as if insane
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Past participle for to break up into small pieces as the result of impact
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Extended or expanded, as from internal pressure
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Implausible or untrue
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Stated, displayed, or presented too grandly or prominently
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Under the influence of a substance, especially alcohol
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