|blow you away
||defeat you easily, beat the pants off
||You're going to play chess with Boris? He'll blow you away.
|blow you out of the water
||defeat you, humiliate you
||If you challenge his leadership, he'll blow you out of the water.
|blow your lid/stack/top
||become very angry, shout, lose your cool
||Don't blow your stack in front of the kids. It's a bad example.
|blow your mind
||amaze you, astound you, shock you
||Watching films of the holocaust will blow your mind.
|blow your stones [B]
||There's more to it than blowing your stones. Sex is an art form.
|blow your wad
||spend all your money, blow a bundle
||He blew his wad on some handmade boots. They cost $700!
||(See a blowout)
||sad, depressed, down, low
||"Are you blue, Dear?" "Yes. Jack left me."
||someone who works at a trade, e.g., a plumber
||The blue-collar workers will vote for Ed. He's a tradesman.
|blue in the face
||weakened, tired after trying many times
||I called that dog until I was blue in the face. He would not come in.