This video explains the meanings and uses of the phrasal verb 'blow up' in English. We show you how to use it with some easy examples so you can use it in spoken and Business English.
If the text on your screen is too small, you can always blow up the text size by zooming in. I hope my boss doesn’t blow up at me for being late to work this morning. If you don’t like this video, please don’t blow up over it, or come down to EnglishLogica’s HQ and blow it up while I’m here. YIKES! I’m sure you’ll love it though! Blow up is also used in the idiom ‘blow up in your face’ which refers to a situation or plan that has a bad result that you didn’t expect.