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blaster Syllabification: blaster

Definition of blaster in English:


1A person or thing that emits or uses blasts: blasters were paid according to how much rock they broke
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  • Vandals broke into the factory and damaged a shot blaster, used for cleaning stainless steel.
  • Our gardener spent his working life as the blaster at the old quarry, and as a result is very deaf from a lifetime of explosions.
  • We could call upon the council to hire the high-pressure blaster to clean our streets.
1.1(In science fiction) a gunlike weapon that can destroy something solid, typically using light or sound energy: don’t try to stand in the way of laser blasters where was a super sonic death ray blaster gun when you needed one?
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  • He blocks Han's blaster fire with his hand.
  • Stormtroopers get knocked down to the ground only to leap to their feet, blaster still in hand.
  • He fights with special battle chips, as well as with his traditional blaster.
1.2A move in which a ball is kicked or struck forcefully: he let fly with a 35-yard blaster
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  • His blaster took a deflection off the body of the corner-back.
  • Moran redirected an O'Neill blaster that had been destined for the corner of the net.
  • A blaster by McCrudden ricocheted off a defender and out over the endline.
2A type of physical exercise intended to strengthen specific muscle groups: the glute blaster squats represent a total blaster for quads
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  • How is the outer thigh blaster performed?
  • Butt, hip, and thigh blaster: if you want to get a strong, sculpted, and tight lower body, the lunge is the move you need.
  • More effective ways to accomplish this would be with lunges, the butt blaster, and the hip extension machine.

Words that rhyme with blaster

caster, castor, faster, grandmaster, headmaster, master, pastor, plaster

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