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N-COUNT 爆炸 An explosion is a sudden, violent burst of energy, for example one caused by a bomb.
After the second explosion, all of London's main train and subway stations were shut down...
Three people have been killed in a bomb explosion in northwest Spain.
N-VAR 爆破;引爆 Explosion is the act of deliberately causing a bomb or similar device to explode.
Bomb disposal experts blew up the bag in a controlled explosion...
France has carried out an underground nuclear explosion on Mururoa Atoll in the South Pacific.
N-COUNT 激增;骤增 An explosion is a large rapid increase in the number or amount of something.
The study also forecast an explosion in the diet soft-drink market...
He explains that there was an explosion of courses through the 1960s...
N-COUNT （感情的）迸发，突然发作;（尤指）勃然大怒 An explosion is a sudden violent expression of someone's feelings, especially anger.
Every time they met, Myra anticipated an explosion...
It was an explosion of anger against the practices of the occupying forces.
N-COUNT （抗议、暴力等的）爆发 An explosion is a sudden and serious political protest or violence.
They warned him that a referendum might cause an explosion in the country.
...the explosion of protest and violence sparked off by the killing of seven workers.
N-COUNT 爆炸声;轰然巨响 An explosion is a sudden very loud noise.
There was an explosion of music.