a very long fly ball
bang, clap, eruption, blast, bam(noun)
a sudden very loud noise
flak, hit, belt, gonorrhoea, fringe, smash, blow, knock, bam, volcanic eruption, fire, clap, strike, eruption, boot, attack, gonorrhea, smasher, outbreak, thrill, gust, charge, flack, flush, bang, bash, extravasation, rush, eructation, kick, irruption, good time, clack
gust, blast, blow(noun)
a strong current of air
"the tree was bent almost double by the gust"
an explosion (as of dynamite)
good time, blast(noun)
a highly pleasurable or exciting experience
"we had a good time at the party"; "celebrating after the game was a blast"
fire, attack, flak, flack, blast(verb)
intense adverse criticism
"Clinton directed his fire at the Republican Party"; "the government has come under attack"; "don't give me any flak"
ardour, antiaircraft gun, flaming, fervour, ardor, flak, tone-beginning, antiaircraft, onslaught, attempt, blow, fervidness, flak catcher, bam, onset, flack catcher, flack, clap, flame, ack-ack gun, eruption, attack, fire, gust, ack-ack, approach, firing, onrush, fervency, bang, fervor, pom-pom, plan of attack, good time
make a strident sound
"She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone"
smash, nail, boom, blast(verb)
"He smashed a 3-run homer"
boom out, cop, shoot, crush, bankrupt, complete, thunder, nail, nail down, pass with flying colors, smash, arrest, bang up, nab, din, smash up, ruin, boom, demolish, pillory, break, breeze through, ace, blare, sweep through, sail through, pinpoint, collar, apprehend, savage, peg, thrive, pick up, expand, flourish, crucify, dash, knock down, shell
use explosives on
"The enemy has been shelling us all day"
apply a draft or strong wind to to
"the air conditioning was blasting cold air at us"
create by using explosives
"blast a passage through the mountain"
make with or as if with an explosion
"blast a tunnel through the Alps"
fire a shot
"the gunman blasted away"
shoot, scud, germinate, blare, sprout, hit, nail, film, smash, crucify, take, pullulate, fool, bourgeon, boom, pillory, scoot, fool away, fritter, dissipate, dart, frivol away, burgeon forth, fritter away, charge, inject, savage, shoot down, buck, snap, photograph, dash, knock down, flash, pip, spud, tear, shell
savage, blast, pillory, crucify(verb)
criticize harshly or violently
"The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
blast, knock down(verb)
shatter as if by explosion
shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly
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How to use blast in a sentence?
When the first blast took place in the gas cylinder many people collected there to watch and see what had happened. Then there was a secondary blast.
Other Japanese electric arc furnace steelmakers are likely to follow Tokyo Steel's step to mirror a jump in steel scrap prices, i expect the steel market will remain on an upward trend for a while and Japan's bigger blast furnace makers will also increase prices.
We went to warm up and were having a blast on the court, but then everything started to get a bit crazy, i was thinking is this the best scenario ? Because people need to get home and be safe and this was honestly when I knew we shouldn't play, it was too much stress and pressure for everybody.
If the explosion is some distance away, it could take 30 seconds or more for the blast wave to hit.
We're in the process of building a new warehouse for some of those now that have walls that you can literally take a tractor trailer and drive into them and they won't go. Very, very heavy duty, blast-proof walls.
Translations for blast
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- порив, гърмя, свиря силно, проклинам, духане, експлозия, взривявамBulgarian
- Windstoß, ExplosionGerman
- paahtaa, soimata, haukkua, mollata, puuska, blasti, ilmavirta, puhallus, kirottua, räjähdys, pahus, törähtää, pärähdys, kirota, laukaista, sättiä, kuihduttaa, tuulenpuuska, alkeissolu, puhahdus, jyrähtää, räjähtää, töräys, törähdys, räjäyttää, painaa läpiFinnish
- sgalScottish Gaelic
- colpo di vento, ventata, esplosione, scoppio, cribbio, raffica, citoblasto, folata, getto, squilloItalian
- 疾風, 突風Japanese
- تهقینهوه, زرمه, تهقانهوهKurdish
- ontploffing, windstoot, rukwindDutch
- sprenging, explosjonNorwegian
- ventania, explosãoPortuguese
- vijelie, suflare, rafală (de vânt), suflu, explozieRomanian
- порыв, грохот, грохотать, взрывать, проклинать, проклясть, порыв ветра, дутьё, взрыв, греметь, взорвать, раскритиковатьRussian
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