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outburst
American English: /ˈaʊtˌbərst/
British English: /ˈaʊtbəːst/

Translation of outburst in Spanish:

noun

  • (of emotion) an angry outburst
    un arrebato or arranque de ira
    I apologize for my outburst
    perdonen que perdiera los estribos
    there was a sudden outburst of shouting/applause
    de repente se oyeron unos gritos/el público prorrumpió en aplausos
    Example sentences
    • They note that she is frequently sad or tearful, that she often becomes agitated, that she has periodic emotional and angry outbursts.
    • The timing is right too, with slow lulls of discomfort interspersed with violent outbursts of emotion.
    • Stormy scenes and emotional outbursts at work or at home are defused due to your meditative attitude and calming influence.

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