“Blown away”: phrasal verb meaning.

Blown away
Impressed in a great and very positive way. To blow someone away means to surprise someone with something beautiful or fantastic or new and very positive.

Other examples of “blown away” phrasal verb in a sentence

  • When she won the golden medal she was blown away.
  • She blew him away wearing that dress.
  • I was blown away to hear my sister singing professionaly.

“Blown away”: use in context explanation

It’s Gina and Dick’s wedding anniversary. Gina has bought a new, special and very expensive dress for this occasion. She wants to impress her husband and spend a very romantic evening together. When Dick sees her, he is blown away by her beauty. In the meantime their son is playing with chocolate and is all dirty. He is touching his mum’s new dress. Oh no! It’s going to get dirty.