(a) (of a flame, etc) be extinguished by the wind, etc （指火焰等）被风等熄灭
*Somebody opened the door and the candle blew out. 有人打开了门, 蜡烛随之被吹灭了.
(b) (of an oil or gas well) send out oil or gas suddenly in an uncontrolled manner （指油井或气井）井喷. blow itself out (of a storm, etc) lose its force; dwindle to nothing （指风暴等）减弱, 停止. blow sth out extinguish (a flame, etc) by blowing 吹灭（火焰等）.
1. The blow caused him to lose consciousness. 那一击打得他失去了知觉.
2. The whale expelled water from his blow hole. 鲸鱼从鼻孔排水。
3. Then I raise my left hand and shout: ´All those against, blow.´ 随后我又把左手举过头顶喊道：‘反对的，吹喇叭’。
4. This time those who are opposed, blow theirs. 这回反对提案的人就会吹响他们的喇叭。
5. They get angry that they have to carry it all, and they blow their tops. 他们生气是因为他们不得不把什么事情都扛在肩上, 还为之发脾气。
6. He raised his arm to protect his face from the blow. 他举起手臂护住脸以免被这一拳打中。
7. A short circuit will blow the fuse. 发生短路时, 保险丝就会被烧断。
8. As the man came near, the prisoner knocked him to the ground with a sharp blow. 当这个人走近时，战俘一拳把他打倒在地，
9. And for their thousand blows deal one death blow! 要对他们千百次的进袭给予致命的一击，
10. At one establishment we did blow our cover when we ordered French rolls with two special coffees; 在一个饭店里，我们在点法式小面包另加2杯特色咖啡时，我们确实暴露了自己的身份: