blow out


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  • verb

Synonyms for blow out

melt, break, or become otherwise unusable

put out, as of fires, flames, or lights

erupt in an uncontrolled manner

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10), the letter by John Ryle of the Association of British Drivers regarding speed bumps, I am a bit perplexed how so much damage can be caused to vehicles - broken springs and tyre blow outs -and very concerned that cyclists may end up in the paths of oncoming traffic.
However, the 23-year-old Londoner has shown aggression and style in his three subsequent fights, with Friday's third-round stoppage of Ally Morrison following two first-round blow outs.
When drilling near red zones, the information can be used to avoid extremely volitile pressure areas which when disturbed cause blow outs, sending water and sediment rushing up to the sea floor, or even up to the drilling platform at the surface.
Blow-up ratios (the ratio of the finished part dimensions to that of the original uninflated parison) of greater than 3 to 1 have been achieved without blow outs.
In an environment where cash is king, and several high profile hedge funds have experienced blow outs, this capital protected product offers investors an alternative possibility of security and the ability to earn above average risk adjusted returns.