blown-up blown-up

Definition(s):

  • (adj) as of a photograph; made larger

Usage(s):

  1. Many of the factory's 260 employees spend all day standing in front of blown-up rubber legs, slipping on jeans and rubbing in whiskers with sandpaper.
  2. To drive their point home, members waved empty gas cans, charts of fuel prices and blown-up photos of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
  3. An aide pulled out a blown-up photograph of the Senator and the general.

News

  • Biker Does Unbelievable Tricks On Massive Toy Landscape; Makes It Look Like Child’s Play

    Red Bull released a new video that features pro bike rider Danny MacAskill performing amazing feats in a warehouse filled with blown-up kids’ toys. Danny MacAskill just can’t seem to be bothered with being amazing at biking in traditional scenarios these days. The last time we saw the daring bike rider (bicyclist doesn’t quite cut it), he was involved in an elaborate Rube Goldberg stunt with ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine

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