blow\ out

blow\ out
1. I
1) a candle (a flame, a light, etc.) blows out свеча и т. д. гаснет; the light blew out свет погас
2) a fuse blew out a) "пробка" перегорела; б) запальник сработал; а tyre balloon/ blew out шина лопнула /спустила/
2. III
blow out smth. /smth. out/1)
blow out a candle (a lamp, a flame, a match, etc.) задуть /погасить, потушить/ свечу и т. д..
blow out a boiler (a cylinder, a pipe, etc.) выдуть /продуть/ котел и т. д.
blow out a balloon надувать [воздушный] шар; blow out one's cheeks надувать щеки
blow out a fuse а) пережигать "пробку"; б) взрывать запал
3. XI
be blown out by smth. the candle was blown out by the wind ветром загасило /задуло/ свечу

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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