|blow sky high
||upset a lot of people, cause a scandal or riot
||This government will blow sky high if people hear these tapes.
|blow snakes (music)
||play great jazz, improvise creatively
||I went to hear jazz at the club, and Guido was blowing snakes.
|blow the lid off
||reveal a story, tell some news, break a story
||When the defendant confessed, it blew the lid off the murder trial.
|blow the whistle
||tell the teacher or the police, squeal
||Jimmy knows we stole the keys, but he won't blow the whistle.
|blow them away
||defeat them badly, kick butt
||The Russians blew them away in the first game of the series.
|blow this joint
||leave this building, quit this place
||I'm sick of playing billiards. Let's blow this joint.
|blow this Popsicle stand
||leave this place, quit this place
||What a boring town! Let's blow this Popsicle stand!
|blow to kingdom come
||explode and destroy, blow up
||There's enough gas in the well to blow us kingdom come!
||explode using a bomb or dynamite
||They plan to blow up that old building because it's unsafe.
||become angry, lose your temper
||If you criticize Al, he'll blow up. He's very sensitive.