|räjähtää englanniksi||detonate fi, go off fi, blast fi, zoom fi, explode fi, blow fi, burst fi, erupt fi|
: ux|en|The bomb went off right after the president left his office.
: ux|en|The gun went off during their struggle.
: ux|en|When the boss came to know about the scheme, he went off, shouting and throwing everything away.
: ux|en|The alarm will go off at six a.m. Just after he spotted the first plane on the horizon, sirens started to go off around the city.
: ux|en|Having sated her appetite, she went off in search of a place to sleep. I dont know where hes going—he went off without a word.
*: But to cast out a technique that could not only reduce the incidence of food poisoning but could also allow us to move away from another bete noire of the “technophobes” — chemical treatment to prevent stored grain from going off— is daft
*: Don?t expect to store fragile food like fish, poultry and meat in the refrigerator at home for a long period of time, as it will go off quickly.
*: Although there is a popular myth about camel milk ‘never going off’, experience shows that pasteurised packaged camel milk does not keep any better than its cow equivalent, and seems to lose its flavour faster.
: ux|en|Bugger—the milks gone off already!
: ux|en|Ever since falling off my bike, shes gone off cycling to work.
*: The wedding went off much as such affairs do.
*: And see where surly Winter passes off, / Far to the north, and calls his ruffian blasts; / His blasts obey, and quit the howling hill.
*: Blast was produced by bellows worked by four blowers, three of whom worked at a time while the fourth stood ready to replace one of the others.
*: Large blasts are often used.
*: One blast upon his bugle horn / Were worth a thousand men.
*: the blast of triumph oer thy grave
*: Then the captain sung out "Stand away!" and the cannon let off such a blast right before me that it made me deef with the noise and pretty near blind with the smoke, and I judged I was gone.
*: By the blast of God they perish.
*: virtue preserved from fell destructions blast
: We had a blast at the party last night.
: an e-mail blast; a fax blast
*: Trumpeters, / With brazen din blast you the citys ear.
: Blast right through it.
: Blast it! Foiled again.
: Chewbacca blasted the Stormtroopers with his laser rifle.
: My manager suddenly blasted me yesterday for being a little late to work for five days in a row, because I was never getting myself up on time.
: A cold wind blasted the rose plants.
: The bud blasted in the blossom.
*: Toke his blake trumpe faste / And gan to puffen and to blaste.
: prices zoomed
: The [[assassin]] exploded the car by means of a car bomb.
: They sought to explode the myth.
: Explode the assembly drawing so that all the fasteners are visible.
*: Astrology is required by many famous physicians...doubted of, and exploded by others.
: The bomb explodes.
: She exploded when I criticised her hat.
*: “Nonsense!” Jack exploded at me. “Why Miss Bertram here knocked that theory into a cocked hat coming over on the train.”
*: The third check uses the exploded data stored in the array $parts and the function checkdate() to test if the date is a valid calendar date.
*: Im looking for some code that will implode data using the PKZIP method.. and explode it. PKWare sells an object that you can link with that does the job, and we have licensed this, but we are now writing 32 bit code for MS-DOS and the PKWare stuff wont work ...
*: "Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! rage! blow!"
*: Hark how it rains and blows!
: Blow the dust off that book and open it up.
: The leaves blow through the streets in the fall.
: to blow the fire
: to blow an egg
: to blow ones nose
: In the harbor, the ships horns blew.
*: There let the pealing organ blow.
: Theres nothing more thrilling to the whale watcher than to see a whale surface and blow.
: There she blows! (i.e. "I see a whale spouting!")
: Get away from that burning gas tank! Its about to blow!
: The demolition squad neatly blew the old hotel up.
: The aerosol can was blown to bits.
: He blew the tires and the engine.
: He tried to sprint, but his ligaments blew and he was barely able to walk to the finish line.
: This blows!
: I managed to blow $1000 at blackjack in under an hour.
: I blew $35 thou on a car.
: We blew an opportunity to get benign corporate sponsorship.
: Who did you have to blow to get those backstage passes?
: Lets blow this joint.
*: Shall they hoist me up,
And show me to the shouting [[varletry]]
Of censuring Rome? Rather a ditch in Egypt
Be gentle grave unto me, rather on Nilus mud
Lay me stark naked, and let the water-flies
Blow me into [[abhorring]]!
*: I am, in my condition,
*: A prince, Miranda; I do think, a king;—
*: I [[would]] not so!—and would no more endure
*: This wooden slavery than to suffer
*: The [[flesh-fly]] blow my mouth.
*: Through the court his courtesy was blown.
*: His language does his knowledge blow.
*: Look how imagination blows him.
*: Here is Mistress Page at the door, sweating and blowing.
: to blow a horse
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
*: You blow behind my back, but dare not say anything to my face.
: Were having a bit of a blow this afternoon.
: The players were able to get a blow during the last timeout.
: A fabricator is used to direct a sharp blow to the surface of the stone.
: During an exchange to end round 13, Duran landed a blow to the midsection.
*: A vigorous blow might win [Hannos camp].
: A further blow to the group came in 1917 when Thomson died while canoeing in Algonquin Park.
*: a most poor man, made tame to fortunes blows
*: You seem to me as [[w:Diana (mythology)|Dian]] in her [[orb]],
*: As chaste as is the bud [[ere]] it be blown;
*: How blows the citron grove.
*: Boys are at best but pretty buds unblown,
*: Whose scent and hues are rather guessed than known;
*: Such a blow of tulips.
: roses in full blow.
: The bursts of the bombs could be heard miles away.
: ux|en|I blew the balloon up too much, and it burst.
: ux|en|I burst the balloon when I blew it up too much.
*: You will not pay for the glasses you have burst?
*: He burst his lance against the sand below.
: ux|en|I printed the report on formfeed paper then burst the sheets.
*: He entered Maromme shouting for the people of the inn, burst open the door with a thrust of his shoulder, made for a sack of oats, emptied a bottle of sweet cider into the manger, and again mounted his nag, whose feet struck fire as it dashed along.
*: Like hungry dogs who have sniffed their meat, the mob bursts in, trampling down the women who sought to bar the entrance with their bodies.
: to burst a hole through the wall
: The volcano erupted, spewing lava across a wide area.
: The third molar tooth erupts late in most people, and sometimes does not appear at all.
: The crowd erupted in anger.
*: And Stamford Bridge erupted with joy as Florent Malouda slotted in a cross from Drogba, who had stayed just onside.