blast blast (blăst) noun1. a. A very strong gust of wind or air. b. The effect of such a gust.2. A forcible stream of air, gas, or steam from an opening, especially one in a blast furnace khổng lồ aid combustion. 3. a. A sudden loud sound, especially one produced by a stream of forced air: a piercing blast from the steam whistle. b. The act of producing such a sound: gave sầu a blast on his trumpet.4. a. A violent explosion, as of dynamite or a bomb. b. The violent effect of such an explosion, consisting of a wave of increased atmospheric pressure followed immediately by a wave of decreased pressure. c. An explosive sầu charge.5. Botany. Any of several plant diseases of diverse causes, resulting in sudden death of buds, flowers, foliage, or young fruits. 6. A destructive sầu or damaging influence. 7. A powerful hit, blow, or shot. 8. A violent verbal assault or outburst: The candidate leveled a blast at her opponent. 9. Slang. A highly exciting or pleasurable experience or sự kiện, such as a big tiệc ngọt. verbblasted, blasting, blastsverb, transitive1. To knochồng down or shatter by or as if by explosion; smash. 2. To play or sound loudly: The referees blasted their whistles. 3. a. To hit with great force: The batter blasted the ball to right field. b. To kill or destroy by hitting or shooting.4. To have a harmful or destructive effect on. 5. To cause to lớn shrivel, wither, or mature imperfectly by or as if by blast or blight: crops that were blasted by frost. 6. To make or open by or as if by explosion: blast a tunnel through the mountains. 7. To criticize or attack vigorously. verb, intransitive1. To use or detonate explosives. 2. To emit a loud, intense sound; blare: speakers blasting at full volume. 3. To wither or shrivel or mature imperfectly. 4. To criticize or attaông xã with vigor. 5. To shoot. 6. Electronics. To distort sound recording or transmission by overloading a microphone or loudspeaker. phrasal verb.blast offTo take off, as a rocket. idiom.full blastAt full tốc độ, volume, or capacity: turned the radio up full blast; played the stereo at full blast. blastʹer nounSynonyms: blast, blight, dash, nip, wrechồng. The central meaning shared by these verbs is "lớn have sầu a pernicious, destructive, or ruinous effect on something": prospects for peace blasted; blighted hopes; dashed ambitions; plans that were nipped in the bud; a wrecked life.

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blastblast(n) explosion, detonation, discharge (formal), flash, flare, gust, boomblast(v) blow up, explode, detonate, shoot, blow away (US, slang), discharge (formal), demolish criticize, attachồng, vilify, lambaste, castigate (formal), carpet (UK, informal), have a go at (UK, informal) damage, blight, disfigure, burn, blister, soto, sear, scorch