blow something

blow something

tv. to ruin or waste something. I had a chance to do it, but I blew it.
See also: blow, something
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But the wind, as if satisfied at last with its mischievous pranks, stopped blowing this ocean and hurried away to another part of the world to blow something else; so that the waves, not being joggled any more, began to quiet down and behave themselves.
The 29-year-old woman's ordeal began when she was out weeding her ancestors' graves at the end of last month and felt a gust of wind blow something into her eye, Horng said.
For politicians to get into serious trouble they either have to blow something up or get caught with their finger's in the till -- it won't be because of an undercover journalist has dug a hole for them.
"No need to blow something up that doesn't need to be blown up out of proportion.
The challenges are even more weird: Blow something substantial off a table; get an exercise ball into a bath (without touching it); and best of all, perform a miracle.
Mancheste Katie cover liv fa woul the '"I wouldn't want to sit next to them as I would automatically think they are going to blow something up," Katie had admitted at the outset.
We all know it really stinks when you blow something (you knew you should have spent Saturday night polishing your speech instead of hitting your cousin's birthday bash).
"When is the last time someone wrote on a wall that they were going to blow something up and it actually happened?'' Spencer Fire Chief Robert P.
Most upsetting: If I blow something in the partnering, because I'm
"If someone wants to blow something up, he will do it anyway, regardless of security measures," Hajj said.
"There's a perception out there that we just show up somewhere, blow something up and leave.
All men should be able to get away, kick back, act like 12-year-olds for an afternoon: shoot guns, blow something up, and then spend the evening listening to the guy who lost his job that year, or another who recently lost his father.
Then, when it's time to blow something up, handlers would heat the new crystal to 136[degrees] Celsius to create a supersensitive version of CL-20.
"[They were saying] hit him more, hit him more, he deserves it, you terrorists, go back to where you came from, go blow something up," Mamozai said.