Definitions for "Blow-up"
in film-making, blow-up usually refers to the process of transferring film from 16 mm stock to 35 mm prints; also refers to the process of enlarging a photographic image
the enlargement of a photographic image or film frame. Example: the development and blowing-up of photographic images to reveal a murder in Antonioni's Blow-Up (1966).
The enlargement of a two dimensional item by photography.
A sudden increase in fire intensity or rate of spread strong enough to prevent direct control or to upset control plans. Blow-ups are often accompanied by violent convection and may have other characteristics of a fire storm. (See Flare-up.)
Keywords:  chute, bull, buck, starting, runs
A bull that runs out away from the chute before starting to buck.