Перевод blow out of proportion

Перевод blow out of proportion

blow out of proportion — If you exaggerate the importance of something, you blow it out of proportion. The importance of the event was blown out of proportion by the media … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

blow out of proportion — verb To overreact to or overstate; to treat too seriously or be overly concerned with. I dont think we need to blow it out of proportion. Theres a problem, and we should fix it … Wiktionary

blow out of proportion — it was an innocent passing remark that he s blown out of proportion Syn: exaggerate, overstate, overstress, overestimate, magnify, amplify; aggrandize, embellish, elaborate … Thesaurus of popular words

blow out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow it out of proportion — exaggerate it, make it bigger than it should be When Gretzky was traded, the media blew it out of proportion … English idioms

blow something out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow out of all proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow something out of proportion — exaggerate the importance of something … Useful english dictionary

blown out of proportion — see ↑proportion • • • Main Entry: ↑blow … Useful english dictionary

blow — 1. verb 1) the icy wind blew around us Syn: gust, bluster, puff, blast, roar, rush, storm 2) his ship was blown on to the rocks Syn: sweep, carry, toss, drive, push … Thesaurus of popular words

blow something up out of (all) proportion — phrase to make a situation seem much worse than it really is The incident has been blown up out of proportion. Thesaurus: to exaggerate and overstatesynonym Main entry: proportion … Useful english dictionary

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Перевод blow out of proportion

blow out of proportion — If you exaggerate the importance of something, you blow it out of proportion. The importance of the event was blown out of proportion by the media … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

blow out of proportion — verb To overreact to or overstate; to treat too seriously or be overly concerned with. I dont think we need to blow it out of proportion. Theres a problem, and we should fix it … Wiktionary

blow out of proportion — it was an innocent passing remark that he s blown out of proportion Syn: exaggerate, overstate, overstress, overestimate, magnify, amplify; aggrandize, embellish, elaborate … Thesaurus of popular words

blow out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow it out of proportion — exaggerate it, make it bigger than it should be When Gretzky was traded, the media blew it out of proportion … English idioms

blow something out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow out of all proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow something out of proportion — exaggerate the importance of something … Useful english dictionary

blown out of proportion — see ↑proportion • • • Main Entry: ↑blow … Useful english dictionary

blow — 1. verb 1) the icy wind blew around us Syn: gust, bluster, puff, blast, roar, rush, storm 2) his ship was blown on to the rocks Syn: sweep, carry, toss, drive, push … Thesaurus of popular words

blow something up out of (all) proportion — phrase to make a situation seem much worse than it really is The incident has been blown up out of proportion. Thesaurus: to exaggerate and overstatesynonym Main entry: proportion … Useful english dictionary

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Перевод blow out of proportion

blow out of proportion — If you exaggerate the importance of something, you blow it out of proportion. The importance of the event was blown out of proportion by the media … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

blow out of proportion — verb To overreact to or overstate; to treat too seriously or be overly concerned with. I dont think we need to blow it out of proportion. Theres a problem, and we should fix it … Wiktionary

blow out of proportion — it was an innocent passing remark that he s blown out of proportion Syn: exaggerate, overstate, overstress, overestimate, magnify, amplify; aggrandize, embellish, elaborate … Thesaurus of popular words

blow out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow it out of proportion — exaggerate it, make it bigger than it should be When Gretzky was traded, the media blew it out of proportion … English idioms

blow something out of proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow out of all proportion — blow (something) out of (all) proportion to behave as if something that has happened is much worse than it really is. They had a minor argument in a restaurant but the press have blown it out of all proportion, speculating about divorce … New idioms dictionary

blow something out of proportion — exaggerate the importance of something … Useful english dictionary

blown out of proportion — see ↑proportion • • • Main Entry: ↑blow … Useful english dictionary

blow — 1. verb 1) the icy wind blew around us Syn: gust, bluster, puff, blast, roar, rush, storm 2) his ship was blown on to the rocks Syn: sweep, carry, toss, drive, push … Thesaurus of popular words

blow something up out of (all) proportion — phrase to make a situation seem much worse than it really is The incident has been blown up out of proportion. Thesaurus: to exaggerate and overstatesynonym Main entry: proportion … Useful english dictionary

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