blow mind


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blow (one's) mind

To extremely impress, overwhelm, or excite one. The show of support from everyone just blew my mind. I had really low expectations for that movie, but it totally blew my mind.
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blow someone's mind

 
1. Sl. to disturb or distract; to destroy the function of one's brain. It was a terrible experience. It nearly blew my mind. She blew her mind on drugs.
2. Sl. to overwhelm someone; to excite someone. It was so beautiful, it nearly blew my mind. The loud guitar music was so wild. It blew my mind.
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blow (one's) mind

Slang
To affect with intense emotion, such as amazement, excitement, or shock.
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I'll admit it doesn't blow minds, but for the most part, 720p continues to have outstanding picture quality.
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The magazine said: "There are people who play records and there are DJs who blow minds, Eddie Halliwell is the latter who makes every set, no matter how small the club or how big the festival, feel like the closing party of the end of the world." Praise indeed.
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I've always been waiting for a young kid to come up and blow minds, and I'm happy to see Paul Rodriguez and others doing that.
We headed over to the Volcom warehouse where they had built a new street course outside, instead of that psychadelic joint I usually blow minds on.