blow a hole in

blow a hole in
blow/make a hole in (something) if something makes a hole in an amount of money, it takes a lot of that money to pay for it.

The trip made a hole in our savings, but it was worth it.

The new tax is likely to blow an enormous hole in our profits.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

См. также в других словарях:

  • blow a hole in — (something) if you blow a hole in someone s opinions or arguments, you show that they are not true or right. Bloodstains on the sheets blew a hole in the defence s argument …   New idioms dictionary

  • blow a hole in — ruin the effectiveness of (something) the amendment could blow a hole in the legislation …   Useful english dictionary

  • blow a hole in — v. show that someone is not true, show that a person is not right …   English contemporary dictionary

  • blow a hole in — ruin the effectiveness of. → hold ups …   English new terms dictionary

  • blow a hole in sth — ► to cause serious harm or damage to something: »Defeat would blow a hole in the club s finances. Main Entry: ↑blow …   Financial and business terms

  • blow a hole in something — blow a hole in (something) if you blow a hole in someone s opinions or arguments, you show that they are not true or right. Bloodstains on the sheets blew a hole in the defence s argument …   New idioms dictionary

  • blow a hole in something — blow/make a hole in (something) if something makes a hole in an amount of money, it takes a lot of that money to pay for it. The trip made a hole in our savings, but it was worth it. The new tax is likely to blow an enormous hole in our profits …   New idioms dictionary

  • blow a hole in something — 1) to destroy part of something in an explosion The bomb exploded, blowing a hole in the side of the plane. 2) to damage a plan or idea so that it cannot succeed, or so that people no longer believe it The new research blows a hole in theories… …   English dictionary

  • blow a hole in something — …   Useful english dictionary

  • blow — [bləʊ ǁ bloʊ] verb blew PASTTENSE [bluː] blown PASTPART [bləʊn ǁ bloʊn] [transitive] 1. informal if you blow money on something, you spend a lot of money on it, often money that you cannot afford: • He blew his wages on a new stereo …   Financial and business terms


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