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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Medical: Health Care
English term or phrase:to blow out of the water
Additionally, in their effort ***to blow the "egg myth" out of the water***, researchers assessed the effect both egg and oat ingestion had on endothelial function in 49 adults. Participants were assigned to eat two eggs or oats every day for six weeks.
Explanation: creo que "destruir" es una palabra que se usa mucho con "mito".
blow out of the water. Defeat decisively, as in With a great new product and excellent publicity, we could blow the competition out of the water. This term originally was used in mid-19th-century naval warfare, where it meant to blast or shoot another vessel to pieces. It later was transferred to athletic and other kinds of defeat. [Slang; mid-1900s]