idiom be blown away
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Idiom #13 – Be blown away

What does the idiom “Be blown away” mean?

When something blows you away, you’re extremely impressed by it. Be overwhelmed, or excited by something.

(Often used with “with” or “by”)

How to use the idiom?

The exhibition just blew me away. I’d never seen so many beautiful paintings before.

I was blown away by how good that movie was!

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