(someone or something)
- (intransitive, euphemistic) (British) to pass gas; to break wind.
- To vent, usually, to reduce pressure in a container.
- The radioactivity was released when they blew off steam from the containment vessel.
- (idiomatic) to shirk or disregard (a duty or person).
- I decided to blow off the meeting and leave early.
- We've both been blowing off Peter all day: he's really boring.
- To shoot something with a gun, causing it to come disconnected.
- Her leg was blown off by a landmine.
- Alternative spelling of blowoff.