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explode

US [ɪkˈsploʊd]
UK [ɪkˈspləʊd]
  • v.爆炸;爆裂;爆破;勃然(大怒)
  • Web分解;爆发;炸开
Simple Present:explodes  Present Participle:exploding  Past Tense:exploded  
explode
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v.
爆炸burst violently
1.
[i][t]
爆炸;爆破;爆裂to burst or make sth burst loudly and violently, causing damage
Bombs were exploding all around the city.
城里到处都响起炸弹的爆炸声。
There was a huge bang as if someone had exploded a rocket outside.
突然一声巨响,仿佛有人在外面引爆了火箭似的。
Bomb disposal experts exploded the device under controlled conditions.
炸弹销毁专家对这个装置实施了可控引爆。
变得愤怒╱危急get angry/dangerous
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勃然(大怒);大发(雷霆);突然发生(危险)to suddenly become very angry or dangerous
Suddenly Charles exploded with rage.
查尔斯勃然大怒。
The protest exploded into a riot.
抗议爆发成一场暴乱。
‘Of course there's something wrong!’ Jem exploded.
“当然是出了毛病!”杰姆大发雷霆道。
表达感情express emotion
3.
[i]
~ (into/with sth)
突然爆发,迸发(感情)to suddenly express an emotion
We all exploded into wild laughter.
我们都一下子大笑起来。
突然行动move suddenly
4.
[i]
~ (into sth)
突然做起…来;突然活跃起来to suddenly and quickly do sth; to move suddenly with a lot of force
After ten minutes the game exploded into life.
比赛在十分钟后突然激烈起来。
发出巨响make loud noise
5.
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突然发出巨响to make a sudden very loud noise
Thunder exploded overhead.
雷声在头顶上炸开。
激增increase quickly
6.
[i]
突增;激增to increase suddenly and very quickly in number
the exploding world population
迅猛增长的世界人口
推翻show sth is not true
7.
[t]
~ sth
推翻;驳倒;破除to show that sth is not true, especially sth that people believe
At last, a women's magazine to explode the myth that thin equals beautiful.
终于有一家女性杂志起来推翻瘦就是美的迷思。

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