burst

bursts

Substantiv
burst
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  • "a burst of lightning"
  • "an outburst of heavy rain"
  • "the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft"

Synonymer

a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)
  • "a burst of applause"

Synonymer




burst

burst

bursts

burst

burst

bursting

Verb
(Cause to) break apart suddenly; issue forth forcibly break open or apart suddenly and forcefully
  • "The dam burst"
  • "The champagne bottle burst."
  • "The bubbles burst."

Synonymer

  • "The ice burst the pipes in the basement."

Synonymer

Move energetically or violently.
  • "The stock burst upward following the news."

Synonymer

bildligt
  • "She was so overcome that she burst into tears."
move suddenly, energetically, or violently
  • "He burst out of the house into the cool night"
emerge suddenly
  • "The sun burst into view"

Synonymer

burst

Adjektiv
suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure; (`busted' is an informal term for `burst' as in "a busted balloon")
  • "burst pipes"
  • "a burst balloon"

Synonymer

  • "burst seams"