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burst in
verb + adverb

Translation of burst in verb + adverb in Spanish:

  • don't come bursting in like that: knock first!
    ¡no se entra así de sopetón, hay que llamar antes!
    to burst in on somebodyyou can't go bursting in on people like that!
    ¡no se puede entrar así (de sopetón) donde hay gente!
    the robbers burst in on us while we were counting the day's receipts
    los ladrones nos sorprendieron or [formal] irrumpieron en el local cuando estábamos haciendo la caja
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