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  1. burst

    • IPA[bərst]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a container) break suddenly and violently apart, spilling the contents, typically as a result of an impact or internal pressure;cause to burst
    • n.
      an instance of breaking or splitting as a result of internal pressure or puncturing; an explosion.;a sudden issuing forth
    • noun: burst, plural noun: bursts

    • verb: burst, 3rd person present: bursts, gerund or present participle: bursting, past tense: burst, past participle: burst

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a container) break suddenly and violently apart, spilling the contents, typically as a result of an impact or internal pressure:

      we inflated dozens of balloons and only one burst

    • 2. cause to burst:

      he burst the balloon

      the swollen river was expected to burst its banks

    • 3. be so full as almost to break open:

      the drawers were bursting with clothes

    • 4. feel a very strong or irrepressible emotion or impulse:

      he was bursting with joy and excitement

      she was bursting to say something

    • 5. suddenly begin doing something as an expression of a strong feeling:

      if anyone said anything to upset me, I'd burst out crying

      she burst into a fresh flood of tears

    • 6. issue suddenly and uncontrollably, as though from a splitting container:

      the words burst from him in an angry rush

      an aircraft crashed and burst into flames

    • 7. be opened suddenly and forcibly:

      a door burst open and a girl raced out

    • 8. make one's way suddenly and typically violently:

      he burst into the room without knocking

    • 9. separate (continuous stationery) into single sheets.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an instance of breaking or splitting as a result of internal pressure or puncturing; an explosion.
    • 2. a sudden issuing forth:

      her breath was coming in short bursts

    • 3. a sudden outbreak, typically short and often violent or noisy:

      a sudden burst of activity

      he heard a burst of gunfire

    • 4. a short, sudden, and intense effort:

      he sailed 474 miles in one 24-hour burst

    • suddenly begin to burn fiercely

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    • suddenly begin to burn fiercely

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    • shatter someone's illusions about something or destroy their sense of well-being

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    • shatter someone's illusions about something or destroy someone's sense of well-being

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    • suddenly begin to burn fiercely

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    • suddenly begin to burn fiercely

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    • (of a place or building) full to overflowing

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    • (of a place or building) full to overflowing

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    • IPA[bəːst]

    英式

    • v.
      break open or apart suddenly and violently, especially as a result of an impact or internal pressure:
    • one of the balloons burst

      the dam burst after days of torrential rain

    • n.
      an instance of breaking or splitting as a result of internal pressure or puncturing; an explosion:
    • the mortar bursts were further away than before

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