I haven't spoken to him in ages, so I'd best get on the blower to him.
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Blower — may refer to:* Blower (fish), a fish of the Atlantic coast of the United States and the West Indies * USS Blower (SS 325), a submarine of the United States Navy * a ducted mechanical fan, especially when used in a heating, ventilating, and air… … Wikipedia
Blower — The scutcher is actually the blower, but this term is also applied to the opening and scutching machine, which, by means of fans, drives the cotton through … Dictionary of the English textile terms
Blower — Blow er, n. 1. One who, or that which, blows. [1913 Webster] 2. (Mech.) A device for producing a current of air; as: (a) A metal plate temporarily placed before the upper part of a grate or open fire. (b) A machine for producing an artificial… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
blower — early 12c. (originally of horn blowers), from O.E. blawere, agent noun from BLOW (Cf. blow) (v.1). Of mechanical devices from 1795 … Etymology dictionary
blower — ► NOUN 1) a device for creating a current of air to dry or heat something. 2) informal, chiefly Brit. a telephone … English terms dictionary
blower — [blō′ər] n. 1. a person who blows 2. any device for producing a current of air or for blowing air into a room, from a furnace, etc. 3. [Brit. Slang] the telephone … English World dictionary
blower — 1. n. a cocaine user. (Drugs.) □ I can spot a blower any day. □ Max is a blower, among other things. 2. n. cocaine. (Drugs.) □ What’s the best quality blower around here? □ … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
blower — noun (C) 1 a machine that blows out air: a snow blower for clearing the path 2 on the blower BrE old fashioned on the telephone in order to talk to someone: Get on the blower to him at once. see also: glassblower … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
blower — UK [ˈbləʊə(r)] / US [ˈbloʊər] noun [countable] Word forms blower : singular blower plural blowers a machine that produces a strong current of air • on the blower … English dictionary
Blower — This unusual surname is a patronymic of Blower, which is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is from an occupational name for someone who operated a bellows, either as a blacksmith s assistant or to provide wind for a church organ, or for someone who blew … Surnames reference
blower — [[t]blo͟ʊə(r)[/t]] N SING: the N The blower is the telephone. [BRIT, INFORMAL, OLD FASHIONED] Anyway, I soon got on the blower to him … English dictionary