- To break or burst in.
- Ecology to improve rapidly and irregularly in number: In the lack of predators, the area's rodent population irrupted.
- to-break into.
- To enter forcibly or uninvited.
- To quickly boost or intensify.
- Misspelling of erupt.
- enter uninvited
- enhance quickly plus in an uncontrolled fashion
- erupt or intensify suddenly
- To break or force through: usually used as a participial adjective: as, irrupted obstacles.
- To enter forcibly; dash in: as, the enemy irrupted into the town.
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