One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A blast of air; especially a powerful stream of air under pressure used for various technical purposes.
2The shock wave of an exploding bomb, meteorite, etc., especially one that detonates while still in the air.
Early 19th century. From air + blast.
air blast/ˈɛː blɑːst//ˈɛː blast/
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