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A massive car bomb blasted the police headquarters.
An enemy submarine blasted a huge hole in the side of the ship.
It took two shots to blast the lock off the door.
They had to blast their way through the mountainside to build the tunnel.
They blasted through several metres of solid steel.
He blasted the intruders with his shotgun.
Rain blasted through the window.
To clean the building they blasted it with steam.
Music was blasting out from the open window.
He was an impatient driver and kept blasting his horn.
In today’s Times, the proposal is blasted as ‘pathetic and inadequate’.
Jones blasted the ball into the back of the goal.
Oh blast it! I forgot to ring Laura.
Blast them! They’re always late!