- adj. 停息的；过分的；已盛开过的
- v. 吹散；用力吹；过分渲染（overblow的过去分词）
- overblown (adj.)
- late 15c., "blown over, passed away," past participle adjective from verb overblow "to blow over the top of," of a storm, "to abate, pass on" (late 14c.), from over- + blow (v.1). Meaning "inflated, puffed up" (with vanity, etc.) is from 1864.
- 1. The reporting of the hostage story was fair, if sometimes overblown.
- 2. Warnings of disaster may be overblown.
- 3. " I think all this talk about the legitimacy as a way overblown. "
- “ 我想小布什的支持率简直是高得惊人. ”
- 4. Another ( no overblown ) climate change controversy may also be receding from view.
- 另一项 ( 也颇夸大其词 ) 气候变化争论或许也在退出视线.
- 5. Countries with a high scientific and technological level are overblown with arrogance.
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