Bedeutung von “explode” — Learner’s Dictionary

explode

verb us uk /ɪkˈspləʊd/
The bomb exploded in a flash of yellow light.One of the car's tyres exploded.He was holding the bomb when it exploded.The car bomb exploded outside the airport.The bomb was safely exploded by army experts.
BOMB [ I, T ]

B1 If something such as a bomb explodes, it bursts (= breaks suddenly from inside) with noise and force, and if you explode it, you make it burst with noise and force:

One of the bombs did not explode.
GET ANGRY [ I ]

to suddenly start shouting because you are very angry:

She exploded when he said he was going to the pub with his friends.

(Definition von “explode” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)