English to French Meaning :: burst

Burst :
éclater
éclater, crever, faire éclater, déborder, s'exploseréclat, explosion, élan - éclateréclateréclatementsalves
 
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Adjective
Noun(1) Rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms(2) A sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason(3) A sudden intense happening(4) The act of exploding or bursting something(5) A sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)(6) A sudden violent happening(7) Blow(8) Blast
Verb(1) Force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up(2) Burst outward, usually with noise(3) Move suddenly, energetically, or violently(4) Be in a state of movement or action(5) Emerge suddenly(6) Cause to burst(7) Break open or apart suddenly and forcefully(8) Break open or apart suddenly(9) Burst outward(10) Usually with noise(11) Move suddenly(12) Energetically(13) Or violently(14) Blow up(15) Break out

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(1) I hiccuped in order to disguise a sudden burst of laughter.(2) At the mention of his name, Ali felt all the emotion in her well up and burst out, and she collapsed onto the steering wheel once more, this time with tears running from her face.(3) Just then, a searing note burst from the stage - the band was ready.(4) Cinaed gave a brief burst of laughter, releasing the tension.(5) Edric knew what he meant and burst out with his rich laughter.(6) A folding forms tray is provided to hold forms to be burst .(7) The last line was the money line, causing the crowd to burst into applause.(8) The swollen river was expected to burst its banks(9) He sailed 474 miles in one 24-hour burst(10) Four police officers burst out and crowded around the doorway.(11) As he looked at Kennedy he thought the man might burst a blood vessel, his face was that red.(12) Barnes panted for a moment as adrenaline surged through him from the sudden burst of pain.(13) The Bridgehouse Beck, which runs through the village, burst its banks at about 9am on Tuesday after about a month's worth of rain fell in 24 hours.(14) Just minutes later, before I could even make a phone call, the front door burst open and Troy ran into the house, with Thomas close behind.(15) The boosters near her wings flared up, erupting in a burst of pressure that sent her streaming forward.(16) The words burst from him in an angry rush
Related Words
(1) burst out ::
éclater
(2) to burst ::
éclater
(3) burst into tears ::
fondre en larmes
(4) burst into ::
faire irruption dans
(5) burst out laughing ::
éclater de rire
(6) burst into laughter ::
Eclater de rire
(7) burst into flames ::
brûlé dans les flammes
(8) burst mode ::
mode rafale
(9) burst forth ::
éclater
(10) burst open ::
éclater
Synonyms
Noun
1. explosion ::
explosion
2. volley ::
volée
3. outbreak ::
déclenchement
4. fit ::
en forme
5. outburst ::
explosion
Verb
6. split open ::
fendu
7. explode ::
exploser
8. break ::
Pause
9. barge ::
barge
10. break out in ::
éclaterait en
11. collapse ::
effondrer
12. bust ::
buste
13. split ::
Divisé
14. erupt ::
éclater
15. bristle ::
poil
Antonyms
1. Implode
  
Different Forms
burst, bursting, bursts
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

I\'m really just trying not
to burst into flames.

I'm really just trying not to BURST into flames.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6


Sorry to burst your bubble, kid,
but that\'s 90 percent of the job.

Sorry to BURST your bubble, kid, but that's 90 percent of the job.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6


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SHELDON: Oh, Lord, I think it's about to BURST.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 2


I burst a blood vessel in my nose,
it\'s fine.

I BURST a blood vessel in my nose, it's fine.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 9


...I have burst forth
as the world\'s smartest butterfly.

...I have BURST forth as the world's smartest butterfly.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 1


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