Definition of (at) full blast in English:

(at) full blast

phrase

  • At maximum power or intensity.

    ‘the heat is on full blast’
    • ‘The worst causes are dogs barking for long periods, and people who play their music too loudly or have their TV on full blast.’
    • ‘He deplored the fact that the factory was started up at night and was going at full blast.’
    • ‘Even with the air-conditioning going full blast, the sun began to turn his car into an oven.’
    • ‘As the theatre group set up, I was treated to all my favorite pop songs played at full blast.’
    • ‘Then she drove home with the radio on full blast.’
    • ‘You get out of your car and the fiery heat hits you full blast.’
    • ‘Police cars swirled all over the ground, surrounding the crowd, lights and sirens on, full blast.’
    • ‘It took three enormous blankets and a heater on full blast to keep me warm.’
    • ‘This song, like many others on the album, was written to be played at full blast.’
    • ‘Start up the engine and run the heat at full blast again until you're warm.’
    with great force, full force, with full force, full blast, with a will, for all one is worth, with might and main, with all the stops out, all out, with a vengeance, vigorously, energetically, strongly, powerfully, madly
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