Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to blow up

auseinandersprengen (durch Explosion)
aufspringen (Wind)
in die Luft fliegen (ugs.)umgangssprachlich (explodieren)


‘Gentlemen,’ says one of them, ‘you know the Thabor Bridge is mined and doubly mined and that there are menacing fortifications at its head and an army of fifteen thousand men has been ordered to blow up the bridge and not let us cross?
Under the third arch of the Pont de Jéna, the new stone with which, the two years previously, the mining aperture made by Blücher to blow up the bridge had been stopped up, was still recognizable on account of its whiteness.
He stood watch day and night with a lance provided with a lighted slowmatch in his hand, and he had orders to blow up everything—kiosk, guards, women, gold, and Ali Tepelini himself—at the first signal given by my father.
Here there were rumours of Martians at Epping, and news of the destruction of Waltham Abbey Powder Mills in a vain attempt to blow up one of the invaders.
The sonnets were not disliked, and the captive was rejoiced at the tidings they gave him of his comrade, and continuing his tale, he went on to say: The Goletta and the fort being thus in their hands, the Turks gave orders to dismantle the Goletta—for the fort was reduced to such a state that there was nothing left to level—and to do the work more quickly and easily they mined it in three places; but nowhere were they able to blow up the part which seemed to be the least strong, that is to say, the old walls, while all that remained standing of the new fortifications that the Fratin had made came to the ground with the greatest ease.
It was this: he made a tube of reed sharp at one end, and catching a dog in the street, or wherever it might be, he with his foot held one of its legs fast, and with his hand lifted up the other, and as best he could fixed the tube where, by blowing, he made the dog as round as a ball; then holding it in this position, he gave it a couple of slaps on the belly, and let it go, saying to the bystanders (and there were always plenty of them): "Do your worships think, now, that it is an easy thing to blow up a dog?"

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Blow-out-Fraktur {f} [med.] blow-out fracture
Blow Up (ein britischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1966) Blowup
Blow (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2001) Blow
Blow Out - Der Tod löscht alle Spuren (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1981) Blow Out
Luftmatratze {f} blow-up mattress
jdn. versetzen [ugs.] (eine Verabredung etc. nicht einhalten; jdn. im Stich lassen) to blow sb. off [Am.]
Geld verprassen to blow money {v} [coll.]
Wegschlagen {n} [Kampfsport] blow away
auseinanderreißen (durch Explosion in Stücke reißen) to blow to pieces
Nackenschlag {m} blow to the back of the neck