blow a hole in
blow a hole in (something)
1. To point out or expose the flaws in something. I hate to blow a hole in your argument against relocating, but the cost of living actually isn't that high there.
2. To take, use up, or deplete a large amount of money available in something, such as a budget, one's wallet, etc. The cost of repairing the car is really going to blow a hole in our savings. Tammy's private piano lessons are blowing a hole in my wallet!
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blow a hole inruin the effectiveness of something.
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- blow a hole in (something)
- blow a hole in something
- drive a coach and horses through
- drive a coach and horses through (something)
- drive a coach and horses through something
- can drive a truck through something
- could drive a truck through (something)
- be tainted by (something)
- lift the lid off (something)
- lift, blow, etc. the lid off something