1attack or seriously damage (a place) in a blitz:news came that Rotterdam had been blitzed figurativeshe blitzed her own world record in the 400m freestyle
2process (food) in an electric mixing machine:add the eggs and blitz the mixture until it becomes granular
3 American Football charge (the opposing team’s quarterback) in a blitz.
(also the spirit of the Blitz)
British stoicism and determination in a difficult or dangerous situation, especially as displayed by a group of people:he urged the British public to show their Blitz spirit in the face of the recession