1. to explode
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2. to blow up
shall I help you to blow up the baloons
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We need to make sure that we exploit our resources as fully as possible.
We must ensure we do not exploit our interns – they should feel that their time with us has been interesting and enjoyable, not stressful and unpleasant.
Employers sometimes exploit their workers.
This project is "slave labour" that exploits people on benefits.
All I could do was exploiting my nervousness to write a song
Greece has no colonies to exploit, but it does have staying power.
I will not let you exploit my son.
He exploited this computer, that's why it broke down.
My car broke down when I exploited it too much.
She was telling me about her exploits while travelling around Africa.
Exporters can currently exploit the favourable exchange rates.
to exploit someone means to treat them very unfairly so that you get a lot of benefit and they do not
The challange is exploit event data in meaningful way
It is easy to exploit workers who are desperate for a job.
Robinson considers nature a mere object of scientific study to exploit for his own uses and pleasure.
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4. go off
When her mother would go off hunting, we would stay and film.
Careful those cannons might go off.
I have heard that three bombs go off last year.
My alarm clock went off at 5 AM. So what else can go off? In this particular sense of to go off, it’s used when something is activated, or when something explodes.
It should go off in about five minutes, but you never know with homemade explosives, so - run!
Has a bomb ever go off in the capital city of your country?
The bomb will go off in two minutes.
have to go off their house immediately.
My alarm clock didn't go off.
I was just lying in bed waiting for the alarm to go off.
I've always loved chocolate, but recently I've started to go off it. I hardly ever eat it now.
explode, make a sudden noise/The bomb could go off at any moment.
For three months, the automatic lights outside did not go off because it was that dark.
If it's fresh produce, it might go off before you get to use it all.
How soon does meat, fish or milk go offin hot weatherif it is not kept in a fridge.
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