You're supposed to blow the buddy doors off.
——The Italian Job
1.（用拳头、武器等的）重击 [C] a hard hit with the hand, a weapon, etc.
He flung up an arm to ward off the blow.
2.打击 [C] a sudden event which has damaging effects on sb / sth, causing sadness or disappointment
He has received an unexpected blow.
3.吹动，吹气 [C] the action of blowing
He goes for a blow.
4.吹牛，自夸 [C] bluffing
"It was a coward blow," returned Matcham.
1.吹，刮，流动 [I,T] when the wind or a current of air blows, it is moving; when it blows, the wind is blowing
It is blowing hard.
2.吹动；随风飘动 [I,T] to be moved by the wind, sb's breath, etc.; to move sth in this way
The door blow open.
3.吹响，鸣响；吹奏 [I,T] if you blow a whistle, musical instrument, etc. or if a whistle, etc. blows, you produce a sound by blowing into the whistle, etc.
The huntsman blew his horn loudly.
4.吹出（某物）；把（某物）吹出形状 [T] to make or shape sth by blowing
The boy blew out the paper bag.
5.烧断（保险丝等）；（使）爆炸 [I,T] if a fuse blows or you blow a fuse , the electricity stops flowing suddenly because the fuse (= a thin wire) has melted because the current was too strong; to break sth open with explosives
The toaster will blow the fuse out.
blow a fuse
v. 1.吹掉，吹走 2.炸掉 3.放气
blow one's stack
The accident subjected her to a deadly ____.