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burst British & World English

Break open or apart suddenly and violently, especially as a result of an impact or internal pressure

burst in burst British & World English

Break open or apart suddenly and violently, especially as a result of an impact or internal pressure

burst someone's bubble in bubble British & World English

Shatter someone’s illusions about something or destroy their sense of well-being

burst into flame in flame British & World English

Suddenly begin to burn fiercely

burst into flame British & World English

Suddenly begin to burn fiercely

burst someone's bubble British & World English

Shatter someone’s illusions about something or destroy their sense of well-being

bubble British & World English

Used to refer to a significant, usually rapid, increase in asset prices that is soon followed by a collapse in prices and typically arises from speculation or enthusiasm rather than intrinsic increases in value

airburst British & World English

An explosion in the air, especially of a nuclear bomb or large meteorite

starburst British & World English

A pattern of lines or rays radiating from a central object or source of light

microburst British & World English

A sudden, powerful, localized air current, especially a downdraught

burst English Thesaurus

one balloon burst

burst English-Spanish

reventarse*

burst in English-Spanish

entrar (de sopetón), irrumpir formal

burst into English-Spanish

to burst into tears

burst out English-Spanish

you're lying!, she burst out suddenly

to burst open in burst English-Spanish

abrirse* de golpe

a burst of fire in fire English-Spanish

una ráfaga de disparos

a burst of energy in burst English-Spanish

un arranque de energía

he burst out laughing in burst English-Spanish

se echó a reír, soltó una carcajada

she burst out crying in burst English-Spanish

se echó, rompió a llorar

a burst of applause in burst English-Spanish

una salva de aplausos

a burst of inspiration in burst English-Spanish

un ramalazo de inspiración

he burst out laughing in burst out English-Spanish

se echó a reír, soltó una carcajada

she burst out crying in burst out English-Spanish

se echó, rompió a llorar

to burst out laughing in laugh English-Spanish

soltar* una carcajada, echarse a reír, largar* la risa

the bubble burst when … in bubble English-Spanish

se rompió el encanto cuando …

he burst open the door in burst English-Spanish

abrió la puerta de golpe

they burst into the room in burst English-Spanish

entraron de sopetón en la habitación, irrumpieron en la habitación

the balloon burst with a bang in bang English-Spanish

el globo se reventó con un estallido

the river had burst its banks in bank English-Spanish

el río se había desbordado

they burst out of the room in burst English-Spanish

salieron de la habitación precipitadamente

you're lying!, she burst out suddenly in burst English-Spanish

—¡estás mintiendo! —saltó de repente

you're lying!, she burst out suddenly in burst out English-Spanish

—¡estás mintiendo! —saltó de repente


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