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rupture

noun [C]     /ˈrʌp.tʃər/ US  /-tʃɚ/
when something explodes, breaks or tears 破裂;裂開;斷裂 a rupture of the pipeline 管道破裂 figurative a rupture (= an end to a friendly relationship) between the families 家族內的分裂 Tearing and breaking into pieces
when the wall of muscle holding the stomach and bowels in place inside the body is broken apart; hernia 疝氣 You're going to give yourself a rupture if you lift that. 如果你硬舉那個東西,會發疝氣的。 Disorders of muscles and the nervous system
Translations of “rupture”
in Vietnamese sự gẫy, sự vỡ…
in Spanish ruptura, quebradura, hernia…
in Thai แตกออก…
in Malaysian pecahan…
in French rupture, hernie…
in German der Bruch…
in Indonesian robekan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破裂, 裂开, 断裂…
(Definition of rupture noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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