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To come open or fly aside all of a sudden or violently, specifically from interior pressure.
becoming or appear to be full to the level of breaking available: The sacks were bursting with whole grain.
To emerge, come forth, or show up all of a sudden: burst out from the home.
To come apart or seem to come apart because of overwhelming emotion: thought his heart would burst with happiness.
to offer abrupt utterance or expression: burst completely laughing; burst into rips.
To fly aside or in pieces; of break open; to yield to force or stress, especially to a rapid and violent exertion of force, or even to pressure from within; to explode.
To use power or pressure by which some thing is made unexpectedly to provide method; to split through obstacles or limits; ergo, to seem instantly and unexpectedly or unaccountably, or even leave this kind of way; -- typically with a few qualifying adverb or preposition, as forth, out, away, into, upon, through, etc.
To cause to burst: burst the balloon. See Synonyms at break.
To exert strong stress in order to force (one thing) open.
to separate your lives (a continuing type or printout) into specific sheets.
To break or rend by physical violence, as by an overcharge or by stress or force, esp. from within; to make available suddenly.
to create as an effect of bursting.
a rapid outbreak or outburst; an explosion.
The result of bursting, especially the surge of a projectile or bomb on impact or in air.
The number of bullets fired from an automatic tool by one pull of trigger.
A volley of bullets fired from an automatic weapon: The machine gunner fired a quick burst.
An abrupt, intense enhance; a rush: a burst of speed; fitful bursts of wind.
a time period of intense activity: "I write-in extremely quick bursts—10 or quarter-hour” ( Zoe Heller).
An instance of, or even the work of bursting.
a rapid breaking forth; a violent rending; an explosion.
Any quick, violent effort or energy; a spurt.
a rapid orifice, at the time of landscape; a stretch; an expanse.
A rupture or hernia; a breach.
an abrupt disruption; a violent rending.
A sudden explosion or shooting forth; a rush; an out-burst: as, a burst of applause; a burst of enthusiasm; “burst of thunder,”
A rupture; a hernia.
4. a good race; a spurt.
an abrupt opening to picture or view.
the work of bursting or bursting
a rapid flurry of task (usually for no obvious reason)
an abrupt intense happening
quick simultaneous discharge of firearms
to-break from inner force.
To cause to-break from inner pressure.
to split up formfeed at perforation lines
To enter or leave hurriedly and unexpectedly..
maintain circumstances of motion or activity
burst outward, typically with sound
force-out or release unexpectedly and frequently violently anything stored
come available all of a sudden and violently, just as if from interior stress
cause to burst
break available or aside out of the blue and forcefully
move unexpectedly, energetically, or violently
To travel or break available as a result of inner forces along with abrupt assault; experience a violent disruption; explode.
Hence—2. Figuratively, to-break or give way from violent pain or emotion: as, my mind will burst; her heart rush with grief.
in the future or get instantly; dash: as, the enemy right away explosion upon united states.
to-rend by force or physical violence (whatever confines or maintains); available unexpectedly and violently; cause to explode: because, to burst a person's bonds; to burst a cannon.
to split, in general.
Synonyms (intransitive verb and t.) To divide, separate, rend, rip. In pin-pool billiards, to go beyond a score of 31; in ball-pool, to smash on pyramid.