blast englannista suomeksi
arvostella ankarasti, mollata, haukkua, sättiä
töräys, räjähdys, törähdys
toitottaa, pauhata, raikua
kunnon pirskeet, mahtava elämys
ryöpyttää, hajottaa, lennättää
pilata, tuhota, turmella
(senseid)A violent gust of wind.
- And see where surly Winter passes off, / Far to the north, and calls his ruffian blasts; / His blasts obey, and quit the howling hill.
A hit from a pipe.
The continuous blowing to which one charge of ore or metal is subjected in a furnace
''many tons of iron were melted at a blast''
1957, H.R. Schubert, ''History of the British Iron and Steel Industry'', p. 146:
- Blast was produced by bellows worked by four 'blowers', three of whom worked at a time while the fourth stood ready to replace one of the others.
An explosion, especially for the purpose of destroying a mass of rock, etc.
(quote-book)most of Edison's grounds soon became an inferno. As though on an incendiary rampage, the fires systematically devoured the contents of Edison's headquarters and facilities.
An explosive charge for blasting.
1852-1854, (w), ''(w)''
- Large blasts are often used.
A loud, sudden sound.
(RQ:Scott Lady of the Lake)
c. 1832, (w), ''The Battle-Field''
- the blast of triumph o'er thy grave
*(RQ:Twain Huckleberry Finn)
A sudden, pernicious effect, as if by a noxious wind, especially on animals and plants; a blight.
*(RQ:King James Version)
- By the blast of God they perish, and by the breath of his nostrils are they consumed.
A good time; an enjoyable moment.
''We had a blast at the party last night.''
''an e-mail blast; a fax blast''
To make an impression on, by making a loud blast or din.
To make a loud noise.
To shatter, as if by an explosion.
To open up a hole in, usually by means of a sudden and imprecise method (such as an explosion).
''Blast right through it.''
To curse; to damn.
''Blast it! Foiled again.''
To shoot, especially with an energy weapon (as opposed to one which fires projectiles).
''Chewbacca blasted the Stormtroopers with his laser rifle.''
To shoot; kick the ball in hope of scoring a goal.
''My manager suddenly blasted me yesterday for being a little late to work for five days in a row, because I was never getting myself up on time.''
''A cold wind blasted the rose plants.''
To be blighted or withered.
''The bud blasted in the blossom.''
(quote-book)|title=(w)|passage=Toke his blake trumpe faste / And gan to puffen and to blaste.
*2004, Andreas Bommarius and Bettina Riebel-Bommarius, ''Biocatalysis: Fundamentals and Applications'', p. 425:
- Blasting nucleotide sequences is not always that easy, because there is more ambiguity to the nucleotide sequence, and good hits have to have a 70% homology over the whole sequence to be reliable, compared to 25% with proteins.
(verb form of)
A (l); a sudden and forceful motion of wind.
One's breathing or respiring; the act of respiration.
The blast produced by a musical instrument.
An emission or expulsion of fire or flames.
The sound produced by thunder or storms.
The making of a pronouncement or proclamation.
One's spiritual essence; the soul.
A striking or attack.
Flatulence; the making of a fart.