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bursting is burst's Present Participle

burst

US [bɜː(r)st]
UK [ˈbɜː(r)stɪŋ]
  • v.破裂;爆炸;突破;冲进;破裂;爆发出;(花蕾等)绽开;胀破
  • n.爆发;点射;释放;(情感的)迸发;(油等的)喷出;(感情等的)爆发;突然破裂;【无线】脉冲
  • Web爆裂;突发;猝发
Simple Present:bursts  Present Participle:bursting  
bursting
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)爆裂,胀开to break open or apart, especially because of pressure from inside; to make sth break in this way
That balloon will burst if you blow it up any more.
你再给气球充气,它就要爆了。
The dam burst under the weight of water.
大坝在水的巨大压力下溃决了。
Shells were bursting(= exploding) all around us.
炮弹在我们四周爆炸。
He felt he would burst with anger and shame.
他恼羞成怒,都要气炸了。
a burst pipe
爆裂的管子
Don't burst that balloon!
别把那气球弄爆了!
The river burst its banks and flooded nearby towns.
那条河决堤淹没了附近的城镇。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
猛冲;突然出现to go or move somewhere suddenly with great force; to come from somewhere suddenly
He burst into the room without knocking.
他没敲门就闯进了屋子。
The sun burst through the clouds.
太阳破云而出。
The words burst from her in an angry rush.
她破口说出了那一大堆气话。
3.
[i]
be bursting (with sth)
爆满;涨满to be very full of sth; to be very full and almost breaking open
The roads are bursting with cars.
车辆把那些道路挤满了。
to be bursting with ideas/enthusiasm/pride
满怀想法╱热情╱骄傲
The hall was filled to bursting point .
大厅里挤满了人。
The hall was full to bursting .
大厅里挤满了人。
I'm bursting (for a pee)!(= I need to use the toilet right now.)
我(被尿)憋坏了!
IDM
She was bursting to tell him the good news.
她急不可待要把好消息告诉他。
be bursting to do sth
急于(或迫切想)做某事to want to do sth so much that you can hardly stop yourself
She was bursting to tell him the good news.
她急不可待要把好消息告诉他。
burst sbs bubble
使某人希望破灭;毁掉某人的幸福to bring an end to sb's hopes, happiness, etc.
The door burst open.
门突然开了。
Firefighters burst the door open and rescued them.
消防队员撞开门,把他们救了出来。
burst open|burst (sth) open
(使)猛然打开to open suddenly or violently; to make sth open in this way
The door burst open.
门突然开了。
Firefighters burst the door open and rescued them.
消防队员撞开门,把他们救了出来。
n.
1.
突发;猝发;迸发;爆破a short period of a particular activity or strong emotion that often starts suddenly
a sudden burst of activity/energy/anger/enthusiasm
活动╱能量╱怒火╱热情的迸发
Her breath was coming in short bursts .
她的呼吸急迫短促。
I tend to work in bursts .
我的工作劲头往往是一阵一阵的。
spontaneous bursts of applause
自发的阵阵掌声
2.
爆裂;裂口an occasion when sth bursts; the hole left where sth has burst
a burst in a water pipe
水管上的裂缝
3.
一阵短促的射击a short series of shots from a gun
frequent bursts of machine-gun fire
机枪的频频扫射

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