blowout definition

  • noun:
    • an abrupt rupture or bursting, as of a car tire.
    • the opening made by these types of a rupture.
    • a-sudden escape of a confined gasoline or liquid, as from a well.
    • Slang A Sizable celebration or other personal affair: "Meal was a billion-calorie blowout near the pool” ( Vanity Fair).
    • casual A lopsided victory or thorough defeat.
    • a-sudden puncturing of a pneumatic tyre / tire
    • an abrupt launch of oil and gas from a well
    • a social function, especially one with large quantities of meals
    • A sporting contest which decidedly one-sided and whoever outcome is no further in doubt. Frequently occurs when one staff is superior to another.
    • A sandy despair in a sand dune ecosystem brought on by the removal of sediments by wind.
    • an extreme and unforeseen rise in expenses, eg in federal government quotes for a project.
    • The cleaning associated with flues of a boiler from scale, etc., by fun of vapor.
    • a gay or luxurious festivity.
    • the abrupt deflation of an inflatable tire as a result of a puncture or rupture, frequently followed by a bang.
    • the abrupt escape of gasoline or fluid restricted under some pressure, such as for instance in a gas or oil well, or perhaps in a method containing pressurized atmosphere or vapor.
    • a straightforward victory
    • an abrupt breakdown of a part or equipment
    • a gay festivity

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