Idiom: Blow Somebody Away

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Blow somebody away – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking

Definition: 

If something blows you away, it surprises you a lot.

Example:

“When I read this book for the first time, it just blew me away.”

“After the journey lasted two hours, we finally reached a peak of the mountain. To be honest, the scenery absolutely blew us away.”

” The performance was outstanding. The volume from a concert blew me away.”

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Idiom: Blow Somebody Away
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