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This North American phrase means to treat someone as unimportant, either by not honoring ly made plans or not acknowledging someone who has greeted you.

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The latter is usually in passing; you can be said to have blown someone off if they try to talk to you while you are busy or moving and you ignore them. Blow comes from the Old English word blawan, meaning to move air.

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To blow a person off is to move past them like the wind. Blow in the sense of depart suddenly has been used sinceimplying that you might see someone and immediately avoid them.

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Similarly, you could blow dirt off your shoulders. If you blow someone offyou are ignoring him, not recognizing him in public, or canceling plans in favor of something else. In the modern day, this expression is used in the context of relationships and social engagements.

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A woman might say of her romantic partner. I heard Jane blew you off last night.

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I think he was on the phone with Lisa. This idiom means to fail to keep an appointment with someone or to dismiss someone in public who has acknowledged you.

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