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Definition of "blasting" []

  • A distortion of sound caused by overloading certain components of a radio system (noun)
  • Present participle of blast. (verb)

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  • A planned explosion, as in mining. (noun)

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Use "blasting" in a sentence
  • "The Section somehow got hold of a city tram and off we were -- about thirty of us -- in the tram, riding around downtown Prague, in the heart of communist-controlled Central Europe, for some two hours, with jazz music blasting from a tape recorder, drinking Soviet (if I remember its provenance correctly) champagne."
  • "Whereas I was under the impression that the festival's disparate films and bands and wrestling riots -- leaping across styles and categories and burning more than a few brains along the way -- were nitroglycerin blasting cohesion to smithereens, my next shot of Sailor Rum steered me to the ship of truth."
  • "All night fiestas with music blasting is not something I "tolerate," rather, to me it is the sound of freedom."