a torch or lamp, as a blowtorch or a lamp for lampworking, in which the flame is fed by an air or oxygen blast.
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a sudden and violent gust of wind: Wintry blasts chilled us to the marrow. the blowing of a trumpet, whistle, etc.: One blast of the siren was enough to clear the street. a loud, sudden sound or noise: The radio let out an awful blast before I could turn it off. a forcible stream of […]
a tumor originating from undifferentiated embryonic cells and having little or no connective tissue. noun (pl) -mata, -mas (pathol) a tumour composed of embryonic tissue that has not yet developed a specialized function (in combination): neuroblastoma
a violent propagating disturbance, produced by an explosion in air, that consists of an abrupt rise in pressure followed by a drop in pressure to or below atmospheric pressure.
noun a type of cement made from a blend of ordinary Portland cement and crushed slag from a blast furnace. It has lower setting properties than ordinary Portland cement