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Phrasal Verbs

blow away

This page is about the phrasal verb blow away

Meaning: to surprise or amaze someone

Synonym: amaze, astonish, astound

For example:

  • be blown away When I saw Tarantino's film Pulp Fiction I was totally blown away. It was brilliant.

  • blow sb away The start of the show will blow you away.

Quick Quiz:

Kelly was blown away when she heard the new Radiohead album. She said it was

a. boring

b. fantastic

c. too loud

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