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blown 1

 (blōn)
v.
Past participle of blow1.
adj.
1. Swollen or inflated; distended.
2. Out of breath; panting.
3. Flyblown.
4. Formed by blowing: blown glass.

blown 2

 (blōn)
v.
Past participle of blow3.

blown

(bləʊn)
vb
(Phonetics & Phonology) the past participle of blow1, blow3

blown1

(bloʊn)

adj.
1. inflated; swollen.
2. out of breath.
4. formed by blowing: blown glass.
[past participle of blow2]

blown2

(bloʊn)

adj.
fully expanded or opened, as a flower.

blown

The overdevelopment of a flower or heart-producing vegetable, such as cabbage or cauliflower.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blown - being moved or acted upon by moving air or vapor; "blown clouds of dust choked the riders"; "blown soil mounded on the window sill"
moving - in motion; "a constantly moving crowd"; "the moving parts of the machine"
2.blown - breathing laboriously or convulsively
breathless, dyspneal, dyspneic, dyspnoeal, dyspnoeic - not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty; "breathless at thought of what I had done"; "breathless from running"; "followed the match with breathless interest"
Translations

blown

[bləʊn]
A. PP of blow 2
B. ADJ [flower] → marchito

blown

[ˈbləʊn] pp of blowblow-out n
[tyre] → éclatement m
(British) (= big meal) → gueuleton m
(Australian) [amount, price] → augmentation f

blown

ptp of blow2
adj flowervoll aufgeblüht; glassmundgeblasen
References in classic literature ?
And Curdken went on telling the king what had happened upon the meadow where the geese fed; how his hat was blown away; and how he was forced to run after it, and to leave his flock of geese to themselves.
For the Captain says if we go on deck we may be blown overboard.
She kept tight hold of the stout slats and as soon as she could get the water out of her eyes she saw that the wind had ripped the cover from the coop, and the poor chickens were fluttering away in every direction, being blown by the wind until they looked like feather dusters without handles.
she thought, more amused than frightened at her sudden change of condition; and then, as the coop climbed up to the top of a big wave, she looked eagerly around for the ship from which she had been blown.
I wish you could have been there to see it all, hear it all, and feel it: and get yourself blown away with the hurricane huzza that swept the place as a finish.
And he held one nostril and blew with the other at the two regiments; they were separated and blown away in the blue sky over the mountains, one this way, and the other that.
Many times, in the dark part of the night(it was then late in September, when the nights were not short), the leaders turned about, or came to a dead stop; and we were often in serious apprehension that the coach would be blown over.
Coming near the beach, I saw, not only the boatmen, but half the people of the town, lurking behind buildings; some, now and then braving the fury of the storm to look away to sea, and blown sheer out of their course in trying to get zigzag back.
And on that part of it where she and I had looked for shells, two children - on that part of it where some lighter fragments of the old boat, blown down last night, had been scattered by the wind - among the ruins of the home he had wronged - I saw him lying with his head upon his arm, as I had often seen him lie at school.
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Among the newer developments discussed were next-generation polyols for rigid foams in building and construction and a blowing-agent-enhancing additive for insulation blown with HFC-245fa in appliances and construction.
Session 3 on foaming thermoplastics will include the following presentations: "How to choose a polyolefin grade for physical foaming," Henk Ruinaard, Sabic EuroPetrochemicals BV, The Netherlands; "Flexible polypropylene foam solutions," Manfred Stadlbauer, Rick Folland and Paul De Mink, Borealis GmbH, Austria; "Effects of the convergent-filamentary die geometry on volume expansion of PS foams blown with C[O.