Translation for 'blow up' from English to Russian
VERB   to blow up | blew up | blown up
blowing up | blows up
SYNO to aggrandise | to aggrandize | to amplify | ...
взрывать [разрушать взрывом] [несов.]to blow up [explode]
Partial Matches
смертельный удар {м}death blow
удар {м} [воздействие]blow [hit]
наверх {adv}up
unverified разжигать огоньfire up
копить [несов.]to save up
Руки вверх!Hands up!
unverified поднимать вопросto bring up
unverified замедлитьto hold up
unverified разоблачать [несов.]to show up
unverified давать приют (гостям)to put up
завестись [сов.] [о машине и т.п.]
to start up
unverified подытожитьto add up
наполнять [несов.]to fill up
повышаться [несов.] [о ценах]to soar (up)
набирать высоту [несов.]to soar (up)
готовый к чему-л., на что-л {adj}geared up
торопитьсяto hurry (up)
Замолчи!Shut up!
unverified разлома́ться [сов.] [возвр.]break up
торчать [вверх] [несов.]to stick up
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1972, two JDL members were arrested and convicted of bomb possession and burglary in an attempt to blow up the Long Island residence of the Soviet Mission to the United Nations.
  • He was questioned and tortured over the next few days and confessed to wanting to blow up the House of Lords.
  • For example, if terrorists threaten to blow up a city unless the agent forms an irrational belief, this is a very weighty reason to do all in one's power to violate the norms of rationality.
  • In the episode Crazy Handful of Nothin' of the television series Breaking Bad, Walter White uses fulminated Mercury to blow up the office of meth kingpin Tuco Salamanca.
  • The separatists demanded the immediate withdrawal of Russian forces from Chechnya and threatened to blow up the building if authorities attempted to enter.

  • Similarly, Antonioni's "Red Desert" (1964) and "Blow-up" (1966) take the neorealist trappings and internalise them in the suffering and search for knowledge brought out by Italy's post-war economic and political climate.
  • Most dramatic was the 1605 Gunpowder Plot to blow up the House of Lords during the State Opening of Parliament.
  • Among some of the more recent 70 mm blow-up titles are Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" (2014) and "Phantom Thread" (2017), Patty Jenkins's "Wonder Woman" (2017), and Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One" (2018).
  • As a combat veteran, Harvey is recruited for the maiden voyage of "Little David", manning a dead man's switch, with strict orders to blow up the ship if it is in danger of capture.
  • According to US law enforcement officials, he had attempted to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253 while approaching Detroit from Amsterdam.

  • These fears produced the British 1914 "The German Spy Peril", centered on a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament, and 1913's "O.H.M.S."
  • Keen fights through the outposts and temples of the Shadowlands, rescuing the Gnosticenes, and the Oracle then tells Keen that the Shikadi are "shadow beings from the far side of the galaxy" who are building an Armageddon Machine at Korath III to blow up the galaxy and rebuild it as they wish afterwards.
  • It has also been used to sometimes strike 70 mm blow-up prints for "roadshow" tours in select cities from the 35 mm camera negative in order to capitalize on the extra sound channels provided.
  • This was mentioned in several Looney Tunes cartoons, where Marvin the Martian tried (unsuccessfully) to use his "Eludium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator" to blow up the Earth.
  • An example of this is how Tuco and Blondie blow up a bridge to disperse two sides of the battle.

  • After working the dough it is rolled out in very thin circles and placed in an extremely hot stone oven where the dough will blow up into a ball shape.
  • They discovered copious evidence of terrorist plots, including plans to blow up New York City skyscrapers.
  • Agent Daisy Johnson while trying to blow up New York with the armor of the various villains she employed.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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