This page is about the phrasal verb blow out
Meaning: If a flame blows out, it goes out because someone blows on it or because of the wind.
- blow out sth Make a wish, and then take a big breath and blow out all the candles on your birthday cake.
- blow sth out Make sure you don't let the wind blow the lamp out.
Nouns often used as objects with blow out: candle, flame, match, lamp, lantern, pilot light
The flame in my lantern was blown out by
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Contributor: Matt Errey