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blow-up

[ˈbləʊʌp] N
1. (Phot) → ampliación f
2.riña f, pelea f (between entre)

blow-up

[ˈbləʊˌʌp] n (Phot) → ingrandimento, esplosione f (fam) (quarrel) → litigio, baruffa
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I have been testing the newly redesigned Sierra with Berger 90 grain Match Boat Tail and Sierra's new bullet appears to be blow-up proof.
The blow-up of a smooth (or real analytic) manifold at a submanifold is an important construction in geometry and topology.
There is even a display of metal lamps, wall-brackets and such, set against a huge blow-up of a clearly relevant interior, but photographed at the time, naturally, in black and white.
Instead he described the can of powder to the shooter and received a yes, that's it; and therein lies the problem with this blow-up as well as the two .45-70 blow-ups.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON'S blow-up yesterday was the most recent in a long line of angry incidents.
Post a deal blow-up, shareholders unhappy with major erosion in the value of their investments in the acquirer may reflect upon the desirability of continuing in office the wonderful folks who gave them that acquisition.
(Alliance News) - Stocks in London were set for to open slightly higher Monday, after a slew of tariffs imposed by the US government on Chinese goods came into effect on Sunday but no new trade-war blow-ups occurred.
The topics include a measure-theoretic result for approximation by Delone sets, self-similar tilings of fractal blow-ups, dimensions of limit sets of Kleinian groups, an overview of complex fractal dimensions: from fractal strings to fractal drums and back, and eigenvalues of the Laplacian on domains with fractal boundary.
Israel's Mossad Director Yossi Cohen and National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabat were able to avert violent blow-ups around the Gaza Strip and Temple Mount's Golden Gate by intense negotiations with Cairo and Amman over the weekend.
From Planet Orb with Love Part 1 moves in gently played acoustic guitar, only to be swallowed by a cacophony of free jazz blasts, Hendrixian blow-ups and electronic squiggles.
JAMES CRACKNELL Olympic rower 'I had a couple of blow-ups with Eric.