blow up (Meaning)

Wordnet

blow up (v)

cause to burst with a violent release of energy

make large

get very angry and fly into a rage

add details to

burst and release energy as through a violent chemical or physical reaction

exaggerate or make bigger

fill with gas or air

to swell or cause to enlarge

blow up Sentence Examples

  1. The children eagerly awaited the moment to blow up the balloons for the birthday party.
  2. If you keep ignoring your responsibilities, everything will blow up in your face eventually.
  3. He had to evacuate the building when he discovered a gas leak that could potentially blow up the entire block.
  4. The chef warned us to be careful with the hot oil, as it could easily blow up if mishandled.
  5. Their argument escalated quickly, and it seemed like it was about to blow up into a full-blown fight.
  6. She decided to blow up the photo to create a larger print for the gallery exhibition.
  7. The tension between the rival gangs was palpable, and everyone feared that it might blow up into violence at any moment.
  8. The superhero had to fly into the sky to prevent the villain's plan to blow up the city.
  9. The movie's climax featured an intense action sequence where the hero had to defuse a bomb before it could blow up.
  10. The actor's controversial remarks on social media caused the situation to blow up, leading to widespread backlash and criticism.

FAQs About the word blow up

cause to burst with a violent release of energy, make large, get very angry and fly into a rage, add details to, burst and release energy as through a violent c

fireworks, explosion, frenzy,scene, huff, outburst, reaction, fit, tantrum, hissy fit

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The children eagerly awaited the moment to blow up the balloons for the birthday party.

If you keep ignoring your responsibilities, everything will blow up in your face eventually.

He had to evacuate the building when he discovered a gas leak that could potentially blow up the entire block.

The chef warned us to be careful with the hot oil, as it could easily blow up if mishandled.