blow in Portuguese

Pronunciation
s. golpe; bofetada; vendaval; desgraça
v. soprar, encher; ventar; assobiar; estourar; fazer soar
Related Portuguese Translations
blow balls. dente-de-leão
blow cockv. bico: fazer bico [sl.], chupar [sl.]
blow offs. escape, saída
blow one's own hornid. elogiar a si mesmo
blow one's trumpetid. elogiar a si mesmo
blow overv. passar, esquecido: ser esquecido
blow ups. explosão (f), explosão de raiva (f), falência (f)
blowers. soprador; ventilador
blowflys. mosca varejeira
blowguns. zarabatana
blowhards. pessoa convencida, aquele com excesso de auto-estima
blowholes. escapamento (m), narina (f), respiradouro (m)
blowings. sopro
blowjobs. sexo oral (m), chupada [sl.] (f), boquete [sl.], bico [sl.] (m)
blowlamps. maçarico portátil (Termo Britânico)
blownadj. sem respiração
v. soprar, encher; ventar; assobiar; estourar; fazer soar
blow-offs. escape, saída
blowouts. explosão; furo no pneu; refeição
blowpipes. tubo de soprar; maçarico
blowss. batedura (f)
Expressions
noun: forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth Example:He gave his nose a loud blow.
noun: a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon Example:A blow on the head.
noun: street names for cocaine
noun: an unpleasant or disappointing surprise
noun: an impact (as from a collision)
noun: a strong current of air
noun: an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
verb: spout moist air from the blowhole

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Synonyms for blow
1. misfortune: set-back, shock, affliction, reverse, trauma, mishap, calamity
2. hit: thump, bump, strike, rap, knock, impact, stroke
3. wind: storm, squall, blast, typhoon, gale, gust, breeze
4. puff: gasp, pant, breathe, exhale, whisper, wheeze
5. bluster: squall, storm, roar, wail, whip, stream
6. flap: flutter, waft, rush, whirl, whisk, drive, fling
7. sound: trumpet, blast, blare, mouth, play, whistle
8. blossom: bloom, flower
Verb forms for blow
Present participle: blowing
Present: blow (3.person: blows)
Past: blew
Future: will blow
Present conditional: would blow
Present Perfect: have blown (3.person: has blown)
Past Perfect: had blown
Future Perfect: will have blown
Past conditional: would have blown