damn and blast

damn and blast

1. verb To criticize or denounce (someone or something). Primarily heard in UK. Come on, you would have done the exact same thing, so you can't exactly damn and blast the boss's decision.
2. noun Last place, as in a race or competition. The phrase comes from Cockney rhyming slang. Primarily heard in UK. Did that driver really come in damn and blast? That's a shame, I had high hopes for him.
3. interjection An expression of anger. Primarily heard in UK. A: "Oh, damn and blast! What on earth did you do to my car?" B: "I'm so sorry, I swear I'll pay to have it fixed."
See also: and, blast, damn
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