April 16, 2014

Phrasal Verb: blow down

If something blows down, or the wind blows something down, the wind blows it and makes it fall to the ground.


Examples of use:

1. The wind blew the old shed down.

2. There was a storm last night and our fence has blown down.

3. I think that old tree will blow down in the next strong wind. 


blow down
present simple
blow down and blows down
-ing form
blowing down
past simple
blew down
past participle
blown down


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