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V-ERG （使）爆裂；（使）胀破；（使）炸开 If something bursts or if you burst it, it suddenly breaks open or splits open and the air or other substance inside it comes out.
The driver lost control when a tyre burst...
It is not a good idea to burst a blister.
V-ERG （使）破裂 If a dam bursts, or if something bursts it, it breaks apart because the force of the river is too great.
A dam burst and flooded their villages.
VERB （河流）决堤 If a river bursts its banks, the water rises and goes on to the land.
Monsoons caused the river to burst its banks.
VERB （门、盖子等）猛然打开 When a door or lid bursts open, it opens very suddenly and violently because someone pushes it or there is great pressure behind it.
The door burst open and an angry young nurse appeared.
VERB 突然闯进（或跑出） To burst into or out of a place means to enter or leave it suddenly with a lot of energy or force.
Gunmen burst into his home and opened fire...
Rachel burst out as the door was flung open again.
VERB 突然出现 If you say that something bursts onto the scene, you mean that it suddenly starts or becomes active, usually after developing quietly for some time.
He burst onto the fashion scene in the early 1980s.
VERB 充满；满怀 If you say that someone is about to burst with pride, anger, or another emotion, you are emphasizing the intensity of the emotion they are feeling.
He almost burst with pride when his son John began to excel at football...
He thought his heart would burst with grief.
VERB 爆炸 When a firework or bomb bursts in the air, it explodes.
Hundreds of fireworks burst simultaneously in midair...
Every now and then you hear some bombs bursting.
N-COUNT 短暂的突然发作;一阵 A burst of something is a sudden short period of it.
...a burst of machine-gun fire...
It is easier to cope with short bursts of activity than with prolonged exercise...