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at full blast

To the maximum level. It's so cold that I had the heat in my car going at full blast.
See also: blast, full

*at full blast

using full power; as loudly as possible. (*Typically: be on ~; play ~; play something ~; run ~; run something ~.) The neighbors had their televisions on at full blast. The car radio was on at full blast. We couldn't hear what the driver was saying.
See also: blast, full
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POLICE are warning they will use new powers to seize the cars of boy racers and people who cruise through residential streets playing their choice of music at full blast.
While a computer might use 300 watts at full blast, all Energy Star-compliant computers have lower-power modes.
The electrical system, especially the battery, must be able to take the full brunt of the fan system at full blast on its coolest setting.
He said the man developed ``a novel way of trying to drown out the baby's cries'' by putting her in front of television or music speakers which were at full blast.
The ride is just a tad harsh on uneven tarmac, but the pure exhilaration of taking a corner at full blast with total confidence is worth it.
It was like listening to the old skate rock tapes all over again, at full blast.
football teams, including the 1999 state champions, has a highly creative coaching mind that he turns on at full blast in this defense against the popular Wing-T formation.
There is a really good sound on this one and not a hint of distortion at full blast.
Your assignment is to climb into the car, start the engine, turn on the air conditioning at full blast and go for a test drive, ever mindful of when you start to feel comfortable.