Translation for 'to burst' from English to Russian
VERB   to burst | burst | burst
bursting | bursts
SYNO burst | explosion | fit | ...
взрываться [о снаряде] [несов.]to burst [of shell etc.]
ливень {м}
cloud-burst [spv.]
расхохотаться [сов.]to burst out laughing
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Usage Examples English
  • The common warthog commonly reverses into burrows, with its head facing the opening and ready to burst out if necessary.
  • The shaking of the earthquake caused rebars to burst from the concrete and buckle.
  • Also important was never setting the burner flame where it would heat the tube white hot, which would rapidly damage the tube and could cause it to burst explosively. This mistake was made often.
  • The force of the explosion can cause the battery's casing to burst, or cause its top to fly off, spraying acid and casing fragments.
  • The downward pressure forces a portion of the intestine to burst from the anus.

  • This was a repeat of another flash flood of June, in the same year, where more than 50 mm of rain fell causing the River Calder to burst its banks.
  • The problem was of successfully aiming a shell to burst close to its target's future position, with various factors affecting the shells' predicted trajectory.
  • Within mainstream economics, many believe that bubbles cannot be identified in advance, cannot be prevented from forming, that attempts to "prick" the bubble may cause financial crisis, and that instead authorities should wait for bubbles to burst of their own accord, dealing with the aftermath via monetary policy and fiscal policy.
  • Such motors are typically used as first-stage motors in multistage rockets as the lack of delay element and cap permit burning material to burst forward and ignite an upper-stage motor.
  • A storm in 1821 again caused the river to burst its banks.

  • A shell containing a relatively few large comet stars arranged in such a way as to burst with large arms or tendrils, producing a palm tree-like effect.
  • Dom Pérignon was originally charged by his superiors at the Abbey of Hautvillers to get rid of the bubbles since the pressure in the bottles caused many of them to burst in the cellar.
  • The cold water release method is not recommended when cooking pulses e.g. red kidney beans, as the sudden release of pressure can cause the bean to burst its skin.
  • He appointed John Goddard to burst into Parliament and regale the House with Burdett and Stacey's declarations of innocence that they had made before their deaths.
  • Suzuki explained in a 1993 "Animerica" interview the meaning behind the cryptic title: "We originally named the series 'bubblegum' to reflect a world in crisis, like a chewing-gum bubble that's about to burst."

  • They were also harder to use correctly because getting the correct fuze running time was critical in order to burst the shell in the right place.
  • It used a horse walking on a drive belt for power and was withdrawn after an accident caused the horse to burst through the floor of the engine.
  • If combat takes a turn for the worse, a worker may perform a final act of suicidal altruism by rupturing the membrane of its gaster, causing the content of its mandibular glands to burst from the anterior region of its head, spraying a poisonous, corrosive secretion containing acetophenones and other chemicals that immobilise small insect attackers.
  • The existence of the plague may have helped to create a culture of fatalistic risk-taking that allowed the speculation to skyrocket in the first place; this outbreak might also have helped to burst the bubble.
  • bronze is more flexible than iron and therefore less prone to bursting when exposed to high pressure; cast-iron cannon are less expensive and more durable generally than bronze and withstand being fired more times without deteriorating.

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