blow sky high

blow sky high
• způsobit rozruch
• naštvat mnoho lidí

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  • blow sky high — upset a lot of people, cause a scandal or riot    This government will blow sky high if people hear these tapes …   English idioms

  • blow sky-high — blow (something) sky high to make something that someone is trying to achieve fail completely, often by telling people something which should have been a secret. He blew the whole deal sky high by telling the newspapers about it …   New idioms dictionary

  • blow sky-high —  Refute utterly …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • blow something sky-high — blow (something) sky high to make something that someone is trying to achieve fail completely, often by telling people something which should have been a secret. He blew the whole deal sky high by telling the newspapers about it …   New idioms dictionary

  • sky-high — adv 1.) extremely high ▪ sky high prices ▪ Her confidence is sky high. 2.) blow sth sky high to destroy something completely with an explosion …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sky-high — adjective, adverb very high: Business confidence is sky high at the moment. Problems in the farming industry have sent meat prices sky high. blow something sky high INFORMAL 1. ) to completely spoil a situation or cause a lot of problems 2. ) to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sky-high — adjective informal extremely high: If this thing explodes we ll be blown sky high. sky high adverb see also: blow sth sky high blow 1 (19) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • blow something sky-high — informal 1) to completely spoil a situation or cause a lot of problems If he speaks to the press, he ll blow this whole operation sky high. 2) to completely destroy something in an explosion Someone was threatening to blow the building sky high …   English dictionary

  • sky-high — adverb 1. (with verb to blow ) destroyed completely; blown apart or to pieces they blew the bridge sky high the committee blew the thesis sky high 2. in a lavish or enthusiastic manner he extolled her virtues sky high • Syn: ↑enthusiastically 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sky-high — UK / US adjective, adverb very high Business confidence is sky high at the moment. Problems in the farming industry have sent meat prices sky high. • blow something sky high …   English dictionary

  • blow up — Synonyms and related words: accelerate, add to, adulate, aggrandize, aggravate, amplify, annoy, apotheosize, arouse, augment, awake, awaken, backfire, be angry, be excitable, beef up, belaud, belie, bellow, bepraise, blast, bless, blitz, bloat,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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