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Pumutok Translated To English




1. blow

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2. exploded

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Type: verb
Pronunciation: ˈblō
- to be in motion
- to move with speed or force
- to move or run quickly
- to send forth a current of air or other gas
- to make a sound by or as if by
- to talk windily
- to eject moisture-laden air from the lungs through the
- to move or be carried by or as if by wind
- to melt when overloaded
- to release the contained air through a spontaneous rupture
- to set (gas or vapor) in motion
- to act on with a current of gas or vapor
- to play or sound on (a wind instrument)
- to play (as a note) on a wind instrument
- to spread by report
- to drive with a current of gas or vapor
- to clear of contents by forcible passage of a current of air
- to project (a gesture or sound made with the mouth) by blowing
- to distend with or as if with gas
- to produce or shape by the action of or injected air
- to deposit eggs or larvae on or in
- to shatter, burst, or destroy by explosion
- to put out of breath with exertion
- to let (as a horse) pause to catch the breath
- to expend (as money) extravagantly
- to treat with unusual expenditure
- to cause (a fuse) to blow
- to rupture by too much pressure
- to fail to keep or hold
- to leave hurriedly
- to propel with great force or speed

Type: noun
- a of wind especially when strong or violent
- an act or instance of blowing
- the time during which air is forced through molten metal to refine it
- the quantity of metal refined during that time

Type: verb

Type: noun

Type: noun
- a forcible stroke delivered with a part of the body or with an instrument
- a hostile act or state
- a forcible or sudden act or effort
- an unfortunate or calamitous happening

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Definition: a hard strike with a part of the body or an instrument
Example: he was dizzy for the rest of the day after the blow to his head
Synonyms: bang, bash, bat, beat, belt, biff, bop, box, buffet, bust, chop, clap, clip, clout, crack, cuff, dab, douse [British], fillip, hack, haymaker, hit, hook, knock, larrup [dialect], lash, lick, pelt, pick, plump, poke, pound, punch, rap, slam, slap, slug, smack, smash, sock, spank, stinger, stripe, stroke, swat, swipe, switch, thud, thump, thwack, wallop, welt, whack, wham, whop (also whap)
Related: counter, counterblow, counterpunch, counterstroke; body blow, hand, kick, knee, left, one-two, rabbit punch, right, right-hander, roundhouse, shiver, sidewinder, sucker punch, swing, uppercut; cruncher, kayo, knockdown, knockout, KO; bastinado (or bastinade), battering, beating, bludgeoning, clobbering, cudgeling (or cudgelling), drubbing, hammering, lambasting, licking, pasting, pounding, pummeling (also pummelling), thrashing; flogging, walloping, whip, whipping

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