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blow out

1 (v + adv) extinguish
TRANSITIVEmúch verb  c m uséid verb  c m uthe candle was blown out by the wind mhúch an ghaoth an choinneal
INTRANSITIVEmúch verb  c m uséid verb  c m uthe candles occasionally blew out théadh na coinnle as ó am go chéile, mhúchtaí na coinnle ó am go chéile
2 (v + adv) destroy from within by explosion etc
TRANSITIVEséid verb  c m upléasc verb  c m uhalf of the front wall was blown out séideadh leath an bhalla tosaigh san aer
INTRANSITIVEséid verb  c m upléasc verb  c m uthat was the night our windows blew out b'in an oíche ar séideadh na fuinneoga orainn
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3 (v + adv) (especially US) of eruption of oil well, etc INTRANSITIVEpléasc verb  c m ubrúcht verb  c m u 4 (v + adv) (US) of electrical appliance INTRANSITIVEséid verb  c m uthe lamp blew out séideadh an lampa 5 (v + adv) fill with air and extend TRANSITIVE & INTRANSITIVEséid verb  c m u 6 (v + adv) exhale INTRANSITIVEbheith ag séideadhbheith ag puthaílthe horse was blowing out through his nostrils bhí an capall ag sraothartach trína pholláirí 7 (v + adv) expel
TRANSITIVEséid verb  c m uhe was blowing out smoke in the air bhí sé ag séideadh toite san aer
INTRANSITIVEséid verb  c m uthe oil was blowing out bhí an ag séideadh amach
8 (v + adv) burst INTRANSITIVEpléasc verb  c m u 9 (v + adv) (US), informal especially SPOR defeat convincingly TRANSITIVEbuaigh go bog arbuaigh go neafaiseach arour team was blown out by the visitors bhuaigh na cuairteoirí ar an bhfoireann s'againne go neafaiseach 10 (v + adv) MET lessen, die down
TRANSITIVEtraoith verb  c m utráigh verb  c m uthe storm blew itself out thráigh an stoirm, thraoith an stoirm
INTRANSITIVEtraoith verb  c m utráigh verb  c m u
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