Translation of burst out in Spanish:

burst out

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
  • 1.1 (cry) you're lying!, she burst out suddenly —¡estás mintiendo! —saltó de repente he burst out with all kinds of accusations salió con todo tipo de acusaciones 1.2 (exit) salir* 1.3 (start suddenly) he burst out laughing se echó a reír, soltó una carcajada she burst out crying se echó or se puso a llorar, rompió a llorar [literary/literario]
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