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burst /bɜːst $ bɜːrst/ verb (past tense and past participle burst)


پیوسته ، منفجر شدن ، رگبار ، ترکش ، محل اصابت گلوله ، قطاری ، پشت سر هم قطع کردن ، ترکیدن ، ازهم پاشیدن ، شکفتن ، منفجر کردن ، انفجار ، شیوع ، علوم مهندسی: ترکاندن ، کامپیوتر: پشت سرهم ، الکترونیک: پیام همزمان ساز رنگ ، زیست شناسی: ترکیدن ، علوم نظامی: انفجار منفجر شدن
الکترونیک: پیوسته ، قطاری ، پشت سرهم ، کامپیوتر: ترکیدن ، زیست شناسی: انفجار ، ترکیدن ، منفجر شدن ، ترکاندن ، علوم مهندسی: رگبار ، ترکش ، محل اصابت گلوله ، انفجار منفجر شدن ، علوم نظامی: پیام همزمان ساز رنگ ، الکترونیک: قطاری ، پشت سر هم قطع کردن ، ترکیدن ، ازهم پاشیدن ، شکفتن ، منفجر کردن ، انفجار، شیوعپیوسته ، قطاری ، پشت سرهم ، کامپیوتر: ترکیدن ، زیست شناسی: انفجار ، ترکیدن ، منفجر شدن ، ترکاندن ، علوم مهندسی: رگبار ، ترکش ، محل اصابت گلوله ، انفجار منفجر شدن ، علوم نظامی: پیام همزمان ساز رنگ ، الکترونیک: قطاری ، پشت سر هم قطع کردن ، ترکیدن ، ازهم پاشیدن ، شکفتن ، منفجر کردن ، انفجار، شیوع کامپیوتر: پشت سر هم

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

burst
[verb]
Synonyms:
- explode, blow up, break, crack, puncture, rupture, shatter, split, tear apart
- rush, barge, break, break out, erupt, gush forth, run, spout
[noun]
Synonyms:
- explosion, bang, blast, blowout, break, crack, discharge, rupture, split
- rush, gush, gust, outbreak, outburst, outpouring, spate, spurt, surge, torrent
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- ruptured, flat, punctured, rent, split
English Thesaurus: break, smash, shatter, crack, burst, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. burst1 W3 /bɜːst $ bɜːrst/ verb (past tense and past participle burst)
[Language: Old English; Origin: berstan]

1. BREAK OPEN [intransitive and transitive] if something bursts, or if you burst it, it breaks open or apart suddenly and violently so that its contents come out:
The pipes had burst and the house was under two feet of water.

2. be bursting with something to have a lot of something or be filled with something:
John was bursting with ideas and good humour.
The shops are bursting with food.
be bursting with pride/energy/excitement etc
Your mum’s bursting with pride for you.

3. MOVE SUDDENLY [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to move somewhere suddenly or quickly, especially into or out of a place
burst into/through/in etc
Jo burst into the room.

4. burst open to open suddenly:
The door burst open and Tom ran into the room.

5. be bursting to do something informal to want to do something very much:
Zach was bursting to tell them something.

6. be bursting
a) British English informal to need to go to the toilet very soon
b) (also be bursting at the seams) to be so full that nothing else can fit inside

7. burst sb’s bubble informal to make someone suddenly realize that something is not as good as they thought it was:
Steve was so happy I couldn’t bear to burst his bubble.

8. burst its banks if a river bursts its banks, water from it goes onto the land
full (up) to bursting at full1(1), ⇒ burst the bubble at bubble1(6), ⇒ the bubble bursts at bubble1(5)
burst in on/upon somebody/something phrasal verb
to interrupt someone or something by entering a room, in a way that embarrasses you or other people:
I’m sorry to burst in on you like this.
burst into something phrasal verb

1. to suddenly begin to make a sound, especially to start singing, crying, or laughing:
Claire looked as if she were about to burst into tears.
Suddenly, the group burst into laughter.
Lydia burst into song.

2. burst into flames/flame to suddenly start to burn very strongly:
Their car crashed and burst into flames.
burst onto/upon/on something phrasal verb
to suddenly appear and become very successful:
The band burst onto the music scene in 1997.
burst out phrasal verb

1. burst out laughing/crying/singing etc to suddenly start to laugh, cry etc:
Everyone burst out laughing.

2. to suddenly say something in a forceful way:
‘I don’t believe it!’ she burst out angrily.
outburst(1)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. burst2 noun [countable]

1. the act of something bursting or the place where it has burst:
a burst in the water pipe

2.
a) a short sudden effort or increase in activity
burst of
The van gave a sudden burst of speed.
b) a short sudden and usually loud sound
burst of
sharp bursts of machine gun fire
c) a sudden strong feeling or emotion
burst of anger/enthusiasm/temper etc

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

burst
noun
ADJ. short a short burst of energy
sudden a sudden burst of enthusiasm
rapid a rapid burst of gunfire
intense an intense burst of anger
PREP. in ~s He works in short bursts.
~ of

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

burst
verb
ADV. suddenly | apart The ship was burst apart and its crew blasted to pieces.
VERB + BURST be about to, be going to, be ready to My whole head felt like a ripe tomato, ready to burst.
PREP. with (figurative) He felt he would burst with anger.
PHRASAL VERBS burst into sth
ADV. suddenly | immediately, instantly, promptly She took one look at the mess and promptly burst into tears.
VERB + BURST be about to, be going to, be ready to He was just about to burst into song.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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