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explode /ɪkˈspləʊd $ -ˈsploʊd/ verb


منفجر شدن یا منفجر کردن ، محترق شدن ، منفجر شدن ، ترکیدن ، منبسط کردن ، گسترده کردن ، علوم نظامی: ترکیدن محترق شدن
مهندسی صنایع: نت: منبسط و گسترده کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

explode
[verb]
Synonyms:
- blow up, burst, detonate, discharge, erupt, go off, set off, shatter
- disprove, debunk, discredit, give the lie to, invalidate, refute, repudiate
Contrasted words: fail, fizzle, peter (out)
Related Idioms: blow sky-high, blow to kingdom come, blow a fuse (or gasket), shoot full of holes
Related Words: blast, discharge, flame (up), flare (up), invalidate, deflate
English Thesaurus: explode, go off, blow up, erupt, burst, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

explode /ɪkˈspləʊd $ -ˈsploʊd/ verb
[Word Family: adjective: exploding, explosive, exploded, unexploded; noun: explosion, explosive; verb: explode; adverb: explosively]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin; Origin: explodere 'to drive off the stage by clapping', from plaudere 'to clap']

1. BURST [intransitive and transitive] to burst, or to make something burst, into small pieces, usually with a loud noise and in a way that causes damage ⇒ explosion:
The device was thrown at an army patrol but failed to explode.
Far sooner than anyone thought possible, the Russians exploded an atomic bomb.

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In everyday English, people usually say that a bomb goes off rather than explodes:
A bomb went off in the city centre.

2. INCREASE SUDDENLY [intransitive] to suddenly increase greatly in number, amount, or degree Synonym : rocketexplosion:
Florida’s population exploded after World War II.

3. STRONG FEELINGS [intransitive] to suddenly express strong feelings such as anger ⇒ explosion:
Paul exploded. ‘What has it got to do with you?’ he yelled.
explode with
She exploded with grief and anger.
He told a joke which made Hank explode with laughter.
explode into
He exploded into a screaming, kicking rage.

4. BECOME DANGEROUS [intransitive] if a situation explodes, it is suddenly no longer controlled, and is often violent Synonym : blow up:
Riots may explode at any time.
explode into
The continued tension could explode into more violence.

5. explode the myth to prove that something that is believed by many people is actually wrong or not true:
The programme sets out to explode the myth that some delicate tropical fish are impossible to keep.

6. MAKE A LOUD NOISE [intransitive] to make a very loud noise ⇒ explosion:
A clap of thunder exploded overhead.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

explode
verb
I. blow up
VERB + EXPLODE be liable to The chemical is liable to explode on contact with water.
fail to A blast bomb was thrown but the device failed to explode.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

explode
II. get angry/dangerous/moving
ADV. literally | suddenly
VERB + EXPLODE be about to, be ready to, be set to A row over public spending is set to explode.
be liable to, be likely to | seem to
PREP. into He suddenly exploded into action.
with She literally exploded with anger.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

explode
verb
BAD: The hijackers threatened to explode the plane.
GOOD: The hijackers threatened to blow up the plane.

Usage Note:
People blow up buildings, planes etc. Bombs, fuel tanks etc explode . Compare: 'They had planned to blow up the bridge but their bombs failed to explode.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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